Daily Archives: July 16, 2020

Our Lady of Mount Carmel

The title of Our Lady of Mount Carmel can be traced back to the hermits living on Mount Carmel in Israel during the Old Testament. This ancient community prayed for the advent of the Virgin-Mother through whom salvation was promised … Continue reading

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The Holy Soul Who Demanded The Precious Blood Be Offered For Him

JULY IS THE MONTH DEDICATED TO THE MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD OF JESUS “Thou hast redeemed us, O Lord, in Thy blood, out of every tribe and tongue, and people and nation, and hast made us to our God a kingdom.” (Apoc. … Continue reading

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Hagia Sophia: Turkic Fables vs. Historic Facts

By Raymond Ibrahim: Millions of Orthodox and other Christians around the world were either shocked, angered, and/or saddened to learn recently that Turkey has just approved the transformation of the Hagia Sophia museum—which was originally built, and for a millennium … Continue reading

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