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June 24, St. John the Baptist

Who was St. John the Baptist? St. John the Baptist is the cousin of Jesus. He was the son of Elizabeth and Zechariah. His birth is an extraordinary event that reveals the almighty action of God, who granted them a son when Elizabeth was old and sterile. He was also the forerunner of the Messiah, the first to recognize him and who baptized [...]
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Thursday after Pentecost: Jesus Christ, the High and Eternal Priest

What is celebrated on the feast of Jesus Christ, the High and Eternal Priest? We celebrate the priestly work of Christ, his Paschal Mystery in favor of mankind, accomplished once and forever. Christ has the Priesthood that does not pass away. This feast shows that the Lord in his mercy has willed to make us sharers [...].
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Sunday after Pentecost: Most Holy Trinity

What do we celebrate on the feast of the Trinity? On the feast of the Holy Trinity we celebrate the truth of God, which is the truth of the Triune God and of his inconceivable love for man. The Trinity is the mystery of God himself, the central mystery of faith. Christians believe in [...]
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May 12, Blessed Álvaro del Portillo

Who was Álvaro del Portillo? Álvaro del Portillo was a bishop and Prelate of Opus Dei and of the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross. He was born in Madrid on March 11, 1914. He had a Mexican mother and a Spanish father; he was the third of eight children. He studied Civil Engineering. He met St. Josemaría Escrivá de [...]
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May 4: Star Wars Day

Te dejamos algunas claves para no dejarte arrastra al lado oscuro y llenar el mundo de luz.
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Sunday after Epiphany: the Baptism of the Lord

Gospel of the Baptism of the Lord: "Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to be baptized by John. But he resisted, saying, 'It is I who need to be baptized by you, and are you coming to me? Jesus answered him, 'Let me go now; this is the way we ought to fulfill all righteousness. Then John permitted him. Immediately afterward [...]
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Third Sunday of Advent: Gaudete Sunday

¿Cuándo comienza el Adviento? Para determinar el comienzo del Adviento, que consta de 4 domingos, se parte de la fecha fija de la Navidad, que siempre es el 25 de diciembre. De ahí se establece el cuarto domingo, que es el anterior al 25, y progresivamente hacia atrás hasta establecer el primer domingo de Adviento. […]
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September 21, St. Matthew the Evangelist

Who was St. Matthew? Today we would like to propose three ways to get to know St. Matthew better: Through his vocation. Through his art. Through his Gospel. Knowing St. Matthew through his vocation We all know the painting in which Caravaggio depicts how Jesus chooses the tax collector [...]
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September 14, Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Origin of the Feast of the Holy Cross Around the year 320 the Empress Helen of Constantinople found the True Cross, the cross on which Our Lord Jesus Christ died. The Empress and her son Constantine had the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre built on the site of the discovery, where they kept the relic. Years later, [...]
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September 5, Saint Teresa of Calcutta

Who was St. Teresa of Calcutta? St. Teresa of Calcutta, also known as Mother Teresa, was born on August 26, 1910 in Skopje, a city in the Balkans. As she herself said: "By birth I am Albanian, a citizen of India and by my faith, I am a Catholic nun; by my calling, I belong to the world. [...]
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