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CategoryCatholicism 101

A collection of tips and advice all brothers and sisters of the catholic religion, including common catholic questions

Do Catholics Believe In The Rapture?


The world is in a constant state of change. The last 100 years have been amazing for mankind. It has seen the rise and fall of great empires, the invention of new technologies, and the birth of new religions and ideologies. However, the greatest change of all has been the arrival of the End-Times or the Rapture. Have you ever wondered, do Catholics believe in the rapture? What is in the Rapture...

Can Archangel Michael Be My Guardian Angel?


It has become the norm for every person to have a guardian angel. They are supposed to protect us, guide us, and be our friends. What can angels do for you? They can help you get what you deserve, like passing your test, heading your school, giving you the perfect hairstyle, or helping you get that guy or that girl. Angels are the only ones who can help you get what you deserve. However, if you...

3 Ways to Live Like a Catholic Saint


There are few people we admire more than the saints. They live their lives with such bravery and humility that we see their example and want to try and live as they do. But, how do they do it? Read more. Ways To Live Like A Catholic Saint It’s no secret that Catholic saints are people who have led exemplary lives. They are models for us to emulate. They are usually people who have shown...

Best Places to Raise a Catholic Family


When it comes to raising a Catholic family, it is important to consider which area of the country would best suit your needs. While some states have many Catholic schools, there are also somewhere there aren’t. In this article, we will look at the best places to raise a Catholic family in America. As a Catholic parent, you’re usually pretty excited about the prospect of your children...

catholic words of inspiration


With all the “doom and glood” thrown at us daily wether it be Covid 19, Economic outlook or even a personal problem, when time gets tough turn to these Catholic words of inspiration to uplift and motivate you and bring you back closer to God. Some of these inspiration quotes will be from the Saints, some from the Pope and others from scripture, but memorising some of these quotes will...

What Does the Bible Say About Guardian Angels?


Do you believe in guardian angels? You may have never stopped to think about it before, but the answer to that question can actually have a profound impact on your life, especially if you’re not feeling well or have just lost someone close to you. It’s true that guardian angels watch over us as we sleep, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a role during the day or that...

How To Know Your Guardian Angel


Have you ever wondered how to know you are being watched over, even when you sleep? Many people have heard of their guardian angels when they were children and had no idea they were being looked after. In fact, many people who experience a near-death experience may believe that it is a sign of their guardian angels. Once you hear your guardian angel, you will know that you are safe and that...

Does Everyone Have a Guardian Angel?


Everyone has a guardian angel. Guardian Angels are not some fantasy comic book or Hollywood invention, they are real as confirmed in scripture and by Pope Francis stated about Guardian Angels “The doctrine on angels is not fantasist. No, it’s reality” During his visit to St Peters. It is the part of ourselves that performs random acts of kindness and smiles on us when we least...

who are the three archangels?


The three Archangels for Catholics are Michael (Who is like God?), Raphael (God’s Doctor) and Gabriel (God’s Power)These are the only 3 named Angels in sacred scripture and have incredibly important roles as Guardian Angels in the lives of Catholics. Most people when they think of Archangels are mistaken in thinking that they are just “Fairy Tales” or “Make...

How To Design A Catholic Prayer Room


The Catholic Church has many beautiful and elaborate buildings, but most of them are not intended for regular use. To be used by the many, the Vatican, for example, has a multitude of chapels for different purposes: some are for private prayer, some are for special events, and others are for public worship. But what about the ordinary Catholic? What are his or her options for a place to pray...

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