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Catechesis of Pope Francis: the 10 Commandments

Pope Francis explains the 10 Commandments Pope Francis' catecheses from June 2018 to November 2018 during the Wednesday general audience had as their theme the Ten Commandments. Pope Francis has dedicated a good number of the catecheses he shares with pilgrims who come to the Vatican to deepen [...]
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What are indulgences?

The indulgence is a form of forgiveness that the faithful obtain in relation to their sins through the mediation of the Church. Where does the word indulgence come from, what does it mean? Indulgence comes from the Latin, from the verb "indulgeo" meaning "to be indulgent" and also "to grant". An indulgence is something that is granted in our favor. [...]
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Eternal life

Is there anything beyond death? "This is eternal life, that they may know you, the only true God, and you" John 17:3 If there is one issue that has preoccupied humanity since its beginnings, it is the issue of death, no one (usually) wishes to die. Societies have invested a great deal in advances [...]
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The Communion of Saints

What is the Communion of Saints? "I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God of Jacob", Exodus 3. When Christ is asked about the resurrection of the dead, he answers with the passage from Exodus quoted above. This answer, which may seem to us to have nothing to do with the [...]
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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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Kung Fu Panda and spiritual accompaniment

Kung Fu Panda? Not infrequently, we see examples of films made, at least on the surface, for children, but which, deep down, contain a message that a child could hardly perceive. A recent example of this is the masterful Coco (2017), from Pixar Studios. I believe that Kung-Fu Panda also fulfills this characteristic of children's cinema [...].
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What are the 5 commandments of the Church?

The 5 commandments of the Church are also known as the 5 precepts of the Church. It is important not to confuse them with the 10 commandments or the 7 sacraments. Why does the Church add 5 more commandments to the existing ones? The precepts of the Church are intended to ensure that the faithful comply with what the [...]
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5 Catholic topics you probably haven't heard of

[vc_row type="in_container" scene_position="center" text_color="dark" text_align="left" overlay_strength="0.3"][vc_column column_padding="no-extra-padding" column_padding_position="all" background_color_opacity="1" background_hover_color_opacity="1" width="1/1"][vc_column_text]La cantidad de temas que hay en la Iglesia Católica es inmensa y es muy difícil conocerlos todos. Solamente está a la altura de auténticos expertos profundizar en todos ellos. No obstante, si quieres conocer la doctrina católica a fondo te recomendamos dos opciones: el […]
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45 must-read books if you are Catholic (and interested in formation)

From Arguments we want to recommend you some books that can help you to understand a little better the man, the world in which we live, the society, the role of the Church and its position in front of frequent and close situations. If you think there is a book that you have read, and you want to recommend it to us, do not hesitate to [...]
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What are the 10 commandments?

What are the 10 commandments? How do they appear in the Bible? What does each of the commandments say? In this article you will find the answer to some of these questions and many more through audios and catechesis in powerpoint and pdf. The 10 commandments are the guide that Christians use to get to heaven. God [...]
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