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May 1: Saint Joseph the Worker

Origin of the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker On May 1, 1955, Pope Pius XII instituted the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker. Previously this day had pagan and vindictive dyes. The Church Christianized this feast, remembering that St. Joseph, the carpenter of Nazareth, with his industriousness cared for and maintained the [...]
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April 29: St. Catherine of Siena

Biography of St. Catherine of Siena St. Catherine was born in Siena on March 25, 1347. She was the 23rd daughter of Lapa Piagenti and Giacomo di Benincasa. Unfortunately, half of her siblings died at an early age, including her twin sister. At the age of fifteen, despite family opposition, she entered [...]
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Second Sunday of Easter: Divine Mercy Sunday

What is Divine Mercy Sunday? On the second Sunday of Easter, the Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday. "Humanity will have no peace until it puts its trust in my mercy". This devotion is due to particular revelations to St. Faustina Kowalska. Who instituted this feast? The Feast of the Divine Mercy [...]
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Politics and Christian life, 8 questions before an election 

Should the Church be totally outside politics? We have probably asked ourselves this question or have been asked it at various times and it may be that we are still not entirely clear how to answer this question. That is why, in this article, we want to give some clues to understand it better, addressing 8 questions and issues [...]
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Living gratefully

">http://www.arguments.es/wp-content/uploads/lachispa/2019/04/VIVIR-AGRADECIDAMENTE-2-e1556276121955.jpg"> La gratitud es como aquel licor de Oriente que solo se conserva en jarros de oro:  perfuma las almas grandes y se agria en las pequeñas. -Jules Sandeau-            Cuenta una antigua leyenda oriental que en cierto reino estaba establecida la siguiente costumbre: era obligado que todo aquel que se encontrara con el rey, […]
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This is the Venice residence where young Catholics share their faith

Candela Copparoni Cuando uno emprende una nueva etapa, como es la de la universidad, las cosas no son siempre fáciles. Cientos de dudas surgen en la mente: ¿cómo será?, ¿a qué personas conoceré?, ¿dónde viviré?, ¿mi casa estará cerca de mi facultad?, ¿podré compartir mi fe con otros jóvenes?... Para sorpresa de muchos, existen aun […]
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Daniela Faour: "¿De qué me sirve ser católica si ya soy buena?"

What good is God to me if I can be good without Him? We all have some friend who is an atheist or agnostic, and who is a much better person than we are, who believe in God. When this used to happen to me, I used to think, "What good is God to me if I can be good without Him?" After getting to know God from [...]
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Pope Francis' Messages on the Notre Dame Fire

Pope Francis closely followed the fire at the Notre Dame de Paris cathedral and from the very first moment he expressed his sorrow for the tragedy and his closeness to French Catholics through his spokesman, Alessandro Gisotti. Later he wrote letters to the Archbishop of Paris, Michel Aupetit, in the message [...].
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The Hero Who Saved the Blessed Sacrament at Notre Dame

His name is Jean-Marc Fournier and he is chaplain to the Paris firefighters. On the night of April 15, this French priest entered the cathedral of Notre Dame to rescue the Blessed Sacrament. It was also he who took from the ruins of the burning cathedral the relics of the Passion of Jesus [...].
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6 things we can learn from the fire at Notre Dame de Paris cathedral

On April 15, 2019 the cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris burns. A fire of which the causes are not known at the moment causes serious damage to the most important and representative place of French Catholicism, which is at the same time a symbol of France and of all Europe. Faced with this tragedy [...]
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