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Tuesday in the Octave of Easter

Tuesday in the Octave of Easter

catholicexchange.com     12+ hour, 17+ min ago

How many times have we failed to recognize the presence of the Lord in our lives? More often than not, when things do not go our way, our immediate reaction is to think that God ha...

General Audience

General Audience

catholicexchange.com     12+ hour, 50+ min ago

Ven. Fulton J. Sheen as a Lenten Guide...

What is the Chrism Mass?

What is the Chrism Mass?

catholicexchange.com     13+ hour, 3+ min ago

On Holy Thursday morning (in some dioceses it may be another morning during Holy Week), the bishop, joined by the priests of the diocese, gather at the Cathedral to celebrate the C...

The Secret of Holy Thursday

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The Heroic Priest of the Notre-Dame Fire Gives Hope to A Wounded Laity

The Heroic Priest of the Notre-Dame Fire Gives Hope to A Wounded Laity

catholicexchange.com     15+ hour, 33+ min ago

The Heroic Priest of the Notre-Dame Fire Gives Hope to A Wounded Laity The Heroic Priest of the Notre-Dame Fire Gives Hope to A Wounded Laity The Heroic Priest of the Notre-Dame F...

St. Apollonius the Apologist

St. Apollonius the Apologist

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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Did God Really Die on the Cross?

Did God Really Die on the Cross?

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Finding Strength for the Turmoils of Life

Finding Strength for the Turmoils of Life

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Notre-Dame: The Burning Heart of Paris

Notre-Dame: The Burning Heart of Paris

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St. Stephen Harding

St. Stephen Harding

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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Mourning Came, and Fasting Followed

Mourning Came, and Fasting Followed

catholicexchange.com     1+ day ago

The pillars of our Lenten season are prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. The point of doing these not-so-pleasant things is to have our routine shaken up a bit, to disrupt our self-ce...

What Is Our Ultimate Destination?

What Is Our Ultimate Destination?

catholicexchange.com     2+ day ago

As 21^st century Christians, we're conditioned to think of heaven as our ultimate goal. We know that when our bodies die, our souls will live on and be judged by God. As a result o...

The First, Forgiving Word of Jesus on the Cross

The First, Forgiving Word of Jesus on the Cross

catholicexchange.com     2+ day ago

The First, Forgiving Word of Jesus on the Cross The First, Forgiving Word of Jesus on the Cross At the Last Supper and on the way to the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus discoursed lon...

St. Bernadette

catholicexchange.com     2+ day ago

Bernadette Soubirous was born in 1844, the first child of an extremely poor miller in the town of Lourdes in southern France. The family was living in the basement of a dilapidated building when on Fe...

Ten Ways to Meditate on Christ   s Passion

Ten Ways to Meditate on Christ s Passion

catholicexchange.com     2+ day ago

In other words, instead of viewing the Passion from afar, Saint Ignatius brings it to us right now. Jesus suffered all of the details of His bitter passion for me. The Agony in t...

What Regular Confession Taught a Wayward Son About His Father

What Regular Confession Taught a Wayward Son About His Father

catholicexchange.com     3+ day ago

I never used to rate confession highly on the to-do list. I was always too busy to go, always had a reason to do something else and that reason always made sense. I never really co...

Desiring The Cross: Palm Sunday Of The Lord   s Passion

Desiring The Cross: Palm Sunday Of The Lord s Passion

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The Humble Entry of Our Lord into Jerusalem

The Humble Entry of Our Lord into Jerusalem

catholicexchange.com     3+ day ago

Although the advent of Christ had to be accomplished in humility, contrary to the expectation of the Jews, it would not be utterly destitute of glory and brilliance. This brillianc...

How Should We Celebrate Holy Week?

How Should We Celebrate Holy Week?

catholicexchange.com     3+ day ago

Just over three years ago, on Palm Sunday, we found out that we were expecting our third child. We were overjoyed. Our secondary infertility had been particularly challenging that ...

When Jesus Sleeps Through Our Storms

When Jesus Sleeps Through Our Storms

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St. Paternus

St. Paternus

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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Sts. Tiburtius, Valerian and Maximus, Martyrs

Sts. Tiburtius, Valerian and Maximus, Martyrs

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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St. Martin I (Pope and Martyr)

St. Martin I (Pope and Martyr)

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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Making the Most of the Last Days of Lent

Making the Most of the Last Days of Lent

catholicexchange.com     5+ day ago

Making the Most of the Last Days of Lent...

Let Holy Week Prepare Us for Easter Joy

Let Holy Week Prepare Us for Easter Joy

catholicexchange.com     6+ day ago

The liturgy follows Christ's life step by step. During the Christmas season, we learn of the birth in the stable, the adoration of the shepherds, the slaughter of the innocents, th...

The Signs and Mystery of Holy Week

The Signs and Mystery of Holy Week

catholicexchange.com     6+ day ago

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Pope St. Julius

Pope St. Julius

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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Palm Sunday: Isolation & Innocence

Palm Sunday: Isolation & Innocence

catholicexchange.com     6+ day ago

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St. Stanislaus (Bishop and Martyr)

St. Stanislaus (Bishop and Martyr)

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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Before Casting the Stone at Others

Before Casting the Stone at Others

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

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No Matter Our Situation, God Calls Us to Be Saints

No Matter Our Situation, God Calls Us to Be Saints

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

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Prepare for Easter By Embracing the Cross

Prepare for Easter By Embracing the Cross

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

In a few days, Holy Week will begin. This coming Sunday, as we celebrate Our Lord's entry into Jerusalem, we will come face-to-face with His Passion in the Gospel reading. We will ...

The Spirit Of Mortification

The Spirit Of Mortification

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

Presence of God - I come back to Your feet, O Crucified Jesus, desirous of understanding more thoroughly the spirit of mortification. The spirit of mortification has more than a p...

St. Brychan: King and Saint of Wales

St. Brychan: King and Saint of Wales

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

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St. Fulbert of Chartres

St. Fulbert of Chartres

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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Homily of the Day

Homily of the Day

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

Freedom is a frequently misunderstood concept. On the surface, it appears to be the lack of restrictions or limits. To obtain this type of freedom, many of us resort to words like,...

How Can We Restore Reverence in Society?

How Can We Restore Reverence in Society?

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

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There is Still Time to Redeem Your Lent

There is Still Time to Redeem Your Lent

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

I recall one Holy Week, about a decade ago, when I began reflecting on how I had grown closer to the Lord and in my Catholic spirituality during the preceding weeks of Lent. I was...

Saint Waldetrudis: A Model for All Christians

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St. Eupsychius, Martyr

St. Eupsychius, Martyr

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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Fifteen Ways Jesus Christ Suffered in Love

Fifteen Ways Jesus Christ Suffered in Love

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Hannah & Waiting on God   s Gift of Children

Hannah & Waiting on God s Gift of Children

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Temperance is More than Self-Denial and Moderation

Temperance is More than Self-Denial and Moderation

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The Raising of Lazarus Assures us of Eternity

The Raising of Lazarus Assures us of Eternity

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

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The Prodigal Son, the Father, & the Rest of Us

The Prodigal Son, the Father, & the Rest of Us

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

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St. Julie Billiart

St. Julie Billiart

catholicexchange.com     10+ mon ago

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Obeying God Is About Much More Than Duty

Obeying God Is About Much More Than Duty

catholicexchange.com     1+ week ago

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