Monthly Archives: January 2013

Faith that’s Gotta Suffer

Watch this powerful music video by Fr. Stan Fortuna, CFR, that weaves faith into inner-city violence, suffering and despair: Advertisements

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A Catechism on Every Shelf

By Guest Blogger Mary DeTurris Poust People often find it hard to believe that I can get so enthusiastic about the Catechism of the Catholic Church. I mean, just look at it. Clocking in at almost 1,000 pages, it’s more than … Continue reading

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Proud to Be Catholic (music video)

This video is a visual feast of Catholic life, set to the music of one of my favorite singers, Jennifer Nettles, singing All We Are. Watch:

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Musical “Porta Fidei”

If you have not yet read Pope Benedict’s Apostolic Letter opening the Year of Faith, Porta Fidei, or even if you have read it, take 14 minutes and read it in this lovely document-set-to-music video:

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New New Evangelization Video Series

Fr. Robert Barron has a new video series on the horizon. Take a gander:

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Thinking Faith: Theo-logic and Abortion

I have posted this 33 minute-long video before, but the day before Roe v. Wade’s 40th I thought I would post it again. It demonstrates in a graphic way how basic logic can help people see the truth of things, … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict on Christian Unity

By Guest Blogger Pope Benedict XVI Dear Brothers and Sisters, The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity begins today. For more than a century it has been celebrated every year by Christians of all Churches and ecclesial communities in order … Continue reading

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