Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Rapture

The Rapture is a term most commonly used to describe an event in certain interpretations of end-time studies where all true Christians are taken from Earth by Jesus Christ at His secret second-coming.  Although almost all forms of Christianity believe … Continue reading

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America’s First Thankgiving

Well, it was not in Plymouth, MA! From NCR: America’s First Thanksgiving Was in Florida — Seriously. It Was! COMMENTARY: More than 50 years before the (Calvinist) Puritans landed in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Spanish Catholics gave thanks to God with a Mass … Continue reading

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True Love is Not Rigid?

So says Pope Francis, according to an interview posted on the Rorate-Caeli Blog: [Interviewer:] The simplicity of children makes me also think of adults, with a rite that is direct, participated intensely [translator’s note: reference to notion of ‘actuosa participatio’], … Continue reading

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