Daily Archives: October 31, 2012

Feast Day of St. Wolfgang

Today, most people are having fun of Halloween, but rarely anyone knows that it is also the Feast Day of St. Wolfgang, a Missionary Bishop of the Early Middle Age. Americancatholic.org gives us a concise description of this Saint. Wolfgang … Continue reading

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Wednesday General Audience: Dwelling in the Church’s living Tradition

(Vatican Radio) “In a world where individualism seems to regulate relationships between people, rendering them increasingly fragile, faith calls us to be people of God, to be Church, and bearers of God’s love and communion for all mankind”, said Pope … Continue reading

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Five Heretics That Every Catholic Should Know and Why They Matter Today

From: http://ascentofcarmel.blogspot.co.uk Oftentimes, what appears to be a newfangled spiritual movement within Christianity is often simply a regurgitated (and usually verywatered-down) heresy from many centuries ago. In the spirit of that statement, I thought it might be a good idea … Continue reading

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