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St. Dymphna Novena

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St. Dymphna, also known as St. Dymphna of the seventh century, was a Welsh-born nun many people revered as a holy saint. She is still venerated in her diocese of Wherwell, as well as in Poland, where she is referred to as one of the “saints of the dragon.” Dymphna, the patron saint of mental illness, is also the patron saint of incest victims. In addition to her association with incest...

What Is AN Anglo Catholic?

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A small group of people is often considered a fringe group within the larger body of the Catholic church. Still, people in the church are leaving the mainstream and embracing a more traditional Catholicism. They are known as “Anglo-Catholics” and often follow practices that are considered heretical by the larger body of the Catholic church. Anglo Catholic: What is it? One of the...

The Story of St Michael the Archangel

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The story of St. Michael the archangel is an incredible one. From his creation by God to his mortal battle with the devil, you’d think this legend would be too good to be true. But the truth is, it’s true. And the story of St. Michael is more relevant today than ever. In August 1567, the Archangel Michael was called to the fight. He was to slay the devil. But he was to be victorious...

St Jude Miracle Prayer

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The history of the church of St Jude is not as well documented as some of the other Roman Catholic saints. He appears in the New Testament, but the details of his life are not known. However, his importance extends far beyond his own life. Knowing More About St Jude St. Jude, also known as Jude Thaddaeus, is the patron saint of hopeless causes. Pope Clement I bestowed this title on him in 106 AD...

St Cajetan Prayer

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The Catholic Church has many saints: Religious icons revered for their acts of charity and piety. But some of the Church’s most revered personalities are known as the Doctors of the Church: men and women who have been regarded as infallible authorities on a specific issue. They are often experts in theology or language, but their insights are so profound that they are called upon to serve...

Can Humans Talk to Archangels?

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The word “archangel” is a title given to angels who are superior to the angeals, as well as to certain archangels. The title comes from the Greek archan-ge-los, meaning “chief (or supreme) messenger.” Virtually all the names given to angels in the Bible are derived from the title “angel,” while the other titles given to angels result from the translation process. The...

Long Catholic Prayers

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Catholic prayers are an integral part of the Catholic religion, and they are used throughout the day. These prayers are recited in a Catholic Mass, and they are also found in Catholic liturgical rites like baptism and the sacrament of Holy Orders. Do we have long catholic prayers? The Holy Rosary How many times have you heard people say that praying the rosary is the greatest way to spend the...

Did St Michael Slay the Devil?

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St Michael has long been a holy figure in the lives of the people and is the ultimate defender against all evil. St Michael’s name is Latin for “he who is like God” or “bearer of God” (in English, St. Michael translates as “the archangel Michael”), and he is the patron saint of soldiers, archers, florists, and police. St Michael is an angel who defends...

Catholic Prayers to Break Generational Curses

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Catholic prayers to break generational curses are a powerful way to free your ancestors from their sins. These prayers can help you heal from past transgressions and bring peace to your family. Unlike reincarnation, where the person is reincarnated, these prayers can’t be said just once. They must be repeated often and recited daily. The following are examples of effective catholic prayers...

Act of Contrition Prayer For Kids

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An Act of Contrition prayer is a deeply personal prayer that engages a person’s will and a sense of guilt over sin. The Catholic Church uses one particular formula to express this prayer, though it is not included in the handbook of Indulgences. Among other things, it requires a person to admit wrongdoing and express sorrow, make a promise to change his life, and avoid sin. Unlike the Latin...