Tag Archives: Catholic Sacraments

The Eucharistic Heart of Jesus

Thursday, 30 June is the great feast of the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus, Who has loved and still does love mankind with a love beyond human measure. He, the Infinite God, has reduced Himself to appear as a small piece … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of a Super-Saint, St. John Vianney

If you care what people think of you, then you shouldn’t have become a Catholic. St. John Vianney was a Frenchman who lived during the time of the anti-Catholic French Revolution. He was drafted into Napoleon’s army, but eventually deserted … Continue reading

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True confessions of a confessor: Everything you ever wanted to know about penances

  By Michelle McDaniel at The Pillar: For Catholics who frequent the sacrament of penance, it might seem a familiar scenario – Saturday afternoon in the confession line. Multiple priests hearing confessions, but people in line are trying their best … Continue reading

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Final Blessing

The following comes from an article by Fr. Dan Cambra, MIC, spiritual director of our Holy Souls Sodality. As members of the Holy Souls Sodality, our ultimate goal is to empty out Purgatory and send all souls to Heaven. When … Continue reading

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