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The Immaculate Conception: A Celebration of Salvation

While the celebration of the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception on December 8th marks an event of the utmost importance in salvation history, it is not without its conceptual and emotional difficulties. Conceptually the difficulties arise du...
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The Advent Wreath’s Lesson on Virtue

In each Season of the Church’s liturgical life, she provides us with unique resources that nourish our growth in holiness. Among these resources stored in the vast treasure house of graces of the Church one finds the sacramentals. All too often ...
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“God has given you to me.” St. John Paul II’s Economy of Gift.

Happy memorial of St. John Paul II, pope! For many reasons the saint celebrated by the Church today still lives vividly in the minds of many people, Catholic and non-Catholic alike. The biggest reason is the simple fact that his earthly pilgr...
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