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Why Do Catholics Pray to Mary?


Many people have asked, “Why do Catholics pray to Mary?” A lot of non-Catholics have been proficient from their early years to think that one of the obvious proofs of the falsity of Catholicism is to be seen in the honor that it’s paid to the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Catholic Church and the innumerable trusting prayers given to her by Catholics. Simultaneously, it’s true that a lot of Catholics...

Our Lady of Sorrows Prayer


Did you know that devotion to Our Lady of Sorrows is an old and, over time, a virtuous custom that have been established to enter into the heart of Mary? The title, Our Lady of Sorrows, that was given to the Blessed Mother concentrates on her intense grief and suffering during the passion and death of the Lord. How to say our lady of sorrows prayer Our mother of sorrows, with strength from above...

How To Be a Better Catholic


Are you wondering how you can become a better Catholic in your daily life? Do you often feel unworthy every time you look upon Jesus tormented and thought about His sorrows and death? You know you like to live every day for God. Well, you can make that living well one day at a time. Keep in mind that God calls you to Him regularly. How will you answer? Here are some practical ways you can become...

what are the 5 precepts of the catholic church


A lot of confusion has arisen lately as is to wether there is 6 precepts of the catholic church or wether there are only 5 precept to the catholic church. To avoid this confusion we will discuss the definite 5 precepts of the catholic church then discuss the 6th potential precept. You shall attend Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation.Sunday mass is extremely important for Catholics and...

Archangel uriel prayer


The Archangel Uriel’s name translates to “God Is My Light”, so if you are faced with confusion or trouble in making a touch decision, making the prayer to Archangel Uriel can help you gain a clear focus of direction and wisdom. The Archangel Uriel is the fourth of the seven archangels who appears in the Old Testament Book of Tobit and in some other Judaic and post-Christian...

prayer to the sacred heart of jesus


The prayer to the sacred heart of Jesus is probably one of the strongest prayers in all of Catholicism. There are many sacred heart to heart’s prayers and also novenas, which can also be used at one time in a day. This prayer will truly bring you closer to Jesus in prayer. You too can become closer to Jesus by resting upon his powerful heart. You can receive his divine mercy as well as...

Pope francis quotes from the walkwithfrancis dc walk


Many people will find Pope Francis quotes to be uplifting and inspiring. In fact, many will include the phrase, “I had a ball” in their quote. In this article, we will take a look at some of the words that the pontiff said during his visit to DC. When he was asked about family life in the third and final part of his papal visit to the United States, the Pope said: “The family is...

Evangelization Organization Resources


Alpha For CatholicsAlpha Course Alpha for Catholics is a practical tool that parishes use to inspire Catholic renewal, answer the call to the New Evangelization and the call of Christ and His Church to “go and make disciples of all nations.” Alpha for Catholics is a practical introduction to creedal Christianity over a 10 week course. Unique in its adult learning approach, Alpha...

Catholicism beliefs on death


There are many Catholic beliefs on death. One of the most important is the belief that the soul has its resting place in heaven and the body will not be put to rest in hell. In fact, the body will be re-born in the future to face another life. As you know the soul is immortal and has a pure form but the body is not. It will experience pain and suffering until it is purified. Another belief is...