Monthly Archives: December 2012

Blogopause

Dear Year of Faith Seekers: We will take a break from posting until January 7, when we will resume posting fresh and engaging posts. In the mean time, explore our many amazing Prayer Card resources, free to go back into our … Continue reading

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Mary, Did You Know?

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Global Faith Landscape

A new report on global religious identity shows that while Christians and Muslims make up the two largest groups, those with no religious affiliation — including atheists and agnostics — are now the third-largest “religious” group in the world. The … Continue reading

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Suffering with Bethlehem

By Guest Blogger Lord David Alton As we turn our eyes towards Bethlehem this Christmas our focus should be on the Christians living today in the lands of the Bible. For 2000 years Christians have been woven into the very … Continue reading

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Infallible Tweets?

Fr. Peter Finney III, Parochial Vicar of St. Clement of Rome parish in Metairie, Louisiana offers a compelling understanding of the relationship between Papal Infallibility and Twitter. Take a look.

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For Christmas: Dive into Biblical Faith!

By Dan Burke Knowing you need to read the Bible and actually doing it are often two very different things. We are, as Catholics, a biblical people, after all. The Bible is the Word of God. Mass is grounded in scripture. … Continue reading

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The Grace of Faith

By Guest Blogger Cardinal George Sometimes while talking to young people who are Catholic I hear someone say, “I’m not sure what it means to be Catholic.” A 17-year-old Catholic recently wrote in a national Catholic magazine about his education in a … Continue reading

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