Monthly Archives: December 2013

Miraculous Spiral Staircase of Lorreto

Snopes says it is “false,” but doesn’t really lay out a strong case for such a definitive judgment.  While they do raise some cause for concern or doubt, nothing in the Snopes article conclusively disproves the alleged miraculous nature of … Continue reading

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Fourth Sunday of Advent

The Fourth Sunday of Advent!  The Christ Mass is almost here!  With the first Mass of Christmas beings the REAL Christmas Season!  Most consider the Advent Season to be the Christmas Season, but in reality Christmas is from that first … Continue reading

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Gaude Sunday, Third Sunday of Advent

Similar to the Lenten season’s Lautare Sunday, Gaude Sunday is “Joyful” during our Advent time of penance and anticipation.  The joy of the Lord is our strength (Neh. 8:10) and this Sunday and week of Advent we look to that … Continue reading

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Person of the Year

Time Magazine names Pope Francis “Person of the Year.” The CathApol Blog is a portal to the forums hosted by A.C.T.S. the American Catholic Truth Society. http://www.americancatholictruthsociety.com

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The Principle

Well, Robert Sungenis is Executive Producer of a new documentary…  watch the video, and then I will continue with my thoughts below it… http://youtube.googleapis.com/v/p8cBvMCucTg&source=uds First of all, I’m rather impressed with the panel of commentators he’s assembled for this documentary. … Continue reading

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ARSH Notation

I don’t know if you’ve seen it yet, but some out there are actively combating the date notation of “CE” (Common Era) and not wishing to stick with “AD” (Anno Domini – the Year of our Lord).  So a different … Continue reading

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Second Sunday in Advent

Preparing the way of the Lord John the Baptist could be the central figure in today’s homily. He prepared the way for the people of his time to understand the good news of their salvation. That is the way God … Continue reading

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