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The 26th Day: A Reflection for the 1st Day of Advent by Alex Bernárd

by Brodie Lex

It’s the first week of advent, a word which means “coming”. This is a time when we prepare for the Solemnity of the Nativity of Our Lord. This is a season when most Christians all over the world proclaim: “maranatha”. And, this is not yet a Christmas season. The Christmas season liturgically begins at the […]

Huge Turnout Expected for Beatification of Solanus Casey Nov. 18 – NCR

by Mar Domingo

Repost from National Catholic Register The beatification Mass is set for 4 p.m. on Nov. 18 (tickets are no longer available) and will be broadcast on EWTN. Patty Knap The beloved Fr. Solanus Casey will be beatified on Nov. 18 at Ford Field in Detroit. The beatification Mass, scheduled for 4 p.m., is expected to draw many thousands of Catholics. […]

Teaching The Teacher’s Brethren by Alex Bernárd

by Brodie Lex

I am a teacher. Other people of my profession prefer to be called educator, academician, professor, and so on. Students call me “sir”, “mister”, and sometimes, “lodi”. I prefer to be simply called “teacher”, because my Lord and my God is also called Teacher (though I would want to call Him Lordi ;)). As a […]

Did the Exodus Happen? – Jimmy Akin

by Mar Domingo

Repost from JimmyAkin.com According to multiple books in the Old Testament, the Israelites came into possession of the land of Canaan after they left slavery in Egypt—an event known as the Exodus. Yet, according to some skeptical scholars today, the Exodus never happened. Instead, the Israelites simply were a group of Canaanites, and they eventually took […]

Medieval Catholic Corruption: Main Cause of Protestant Revolt? – patheos

by Mar Domingo

Repost from patheos What does medieval corruption have to do with the abolition of five of seven sacraments, the move to sola Scriptura as the rule of faith over against an authoritative Church and councils and apostolic succession and episcopacy (and including a papacy as well), or the ending of the sacrifice of the mass, or the move away from […]


by Aloysius Kayiwa

When these “Pastors” are talking about Tithing, why do they always refer to Malachi 3:10? What other scriptures refer to this? Tithing was an Old Testament obligation that was incumbent on the Jews under the Law of Moses. The Old Testament discipline of tithing (along with all other disciplines of the Old Testament) has been […]