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50 Biblical Indications of Petrine Primacy and the Papacy – Dave Armstrong

by Mar Domingo

Repost from National Catholic Register BLOGS  |  NOV. 20, 2016 50 Biblical Indications of Petrine Primacy and the Papacy The Catholic doctrine of papal supremacy is present throughout the Holy Bible. Dave Armstrong The Catholic doctrine of the papacy is present, in all its essential components, in the primacy of St. Peter among the apostles: […]

“OKAY” BA ANG IMAHE MO NG NIÑO? by Rev. JUVELAN PAUL SAMIA

by Mar Domingo

Ano ang katangian ng isang wastong imahen ng Sto. Niño? Wasto at naaangkop ang imahen ng Sto. Niño kung ito ay nagsisilbing gabay sa pagsamba kay Kristo at nagbibigay daan upang higit natin Siyang panampalatayanan, ibigin, at paglingkuran. Ito ay mangyayari kung ang imahe ay nagpapahayag sa masining na paraan sa mga katotohanan ng ating […]

50 Biblical Evidences for the Holy Trinity – National Catholic Register

by Mar Domingo

Repost from here NATIONAL CATHOLIC REGISTER 50 Biblical Evidences for the Holy Trinity In the Holy Bible, we find indications of the Most Blessed Trinity at every turn. Dave Armstrong Briefly put, the Holy Trinity is the belief that the one God subsists in Three Persons: God the Father, God the Son, Jesus (Who took […]

Oust Duterte campaign in San Pedro Laguna, itinanggi ng Pari – Veritas

by Mar Domingo

Repost from Veritas Pinabulaanan ng Parish Priest ng Saint Joseph the Patriarch Parish sa Barangay Langgam,San Pedro City,Laguna ang pagkakasangkot sa “isang signature campaign o oust Duterte campaign” na ikinakalat ng isang pekeng social media site. Ayon kay Father David Reyes, walang katotohanan, unfair at malisyoso ang ulat na nagsasagawa ang kanyang parokya ng signature […]

Father Stanley Rother: The first US-born martyr – CNA

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Repost from CNA Oklahoma City, Okla., Dec 2, 2016 / 11:39 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis has recognized the martyrdom of Father Stanley Rother, a priest of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City who served in Guatemala, making him the first martyr to have been born in the United States. “Servant of God Fr. Stanley Rother […]

Acclaimed Atheist Poet Becomes Catholic: ‘My Tears Just Stopped’ – CNS

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Repost from cnsnew.com Up to that point Read, now 46, had been an atheist. “I was brought up an atheist,” Read notes in her just-published memoir, “Night’s Bright Darkness: A Modern Conversion Story.” “At ten I could tell you that religion was the opiate of the masses; it was [driven] into me to never kneel before anyone […]

For late actress Florence Henderson, Catholic faith was her foundation – CNS

by Mar Domingo

Repost from Catholic News Service By Catholic News Service CINCINNATI (CNS) — In what came to be her final interview, actress Florence Henderson told St. Anthony Messenger magazine that throughout her life, through good times and bad, her Catholic faith was her foundation. “I don’t ever remember not praying. Bedtime prayers, the rosary, praying for […]

Why Catholics switched to Trump at the last minute – Washington Exammer

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Repost from WASHINGTON EXAMMER Election Day exit polls show Donald Trump prevailing among Catholic voters by 52 to 45 percent. Above, Trump, right, laughs at a joke with Cardinal Timothy Dolan during the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner in October. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci) Why Catholics switched to Trump at the last minute By […]

Christianity returns to the towns of Iraq’s Nineveh Plain – CNA

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Repost from CNA Pershmerga fighters inspect Al Tamera Syriac Catholic parish in Qaraqosh, Iraq, after the city’s recent liberation from Islamic State. Photo courtesy of Fr. Roni Momika. Pershmerga fighters inspect Al Tamera Syriac Catholic parish in Qaraqosh, Iraq, after the city’s recent liberation from Islamic State. Photo courtesy of Fr. Roni Momika. Mosul, Iraq, […]