Showing results for “Eucharist”

The Ascension is not a departure but a glorification

The Ascension is not as if Jesus became a rocket ship that lifted off and headed to the stars. It isn’t a departure, but a glorification.

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Making sense of the Covid-19 pandemic in the plan of God

Seeing the pandemic through the lens of Faith

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What to do on Sundays to Keep the Lord's Day if your bishop dispensed your diocese from the Sunday obligation

Three things you can do on Sundays when you cannot go to mass.

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How to quash temptation the way Christ did in the desert

In the duel of the devil and Christ in the desert, he becomes a model on how we can quash temptation at its roots.

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Emptying Purgatory

The Church prescribes some works we can do to merit indulgences we can apply to those in purgatory during Lent.

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Don't Miss These Symbolisms At Your Next Mass

Most Catholics miss the symbolisms built into the mass. Listed in this article are some of those symbols in words, objects, and gestures.

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The Sacraments are meant to make us more like Christ

The grace from each of the seven sacraments are meant to make us more and more like Christ. In this article we look at how each of the sacraments configures us to Christ.

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Seven lessons from the Garden of Eden

When read in the proper perspective and in the Traditional lens of how Genesis is read in the Church, we can pick up lessons that help us understand the original design of mankind in light of our fallen nature.

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The Wedding in Cana

By understanding the construction of the Gospel, we discover how Jesus is the new Adam; and Mary the new Eve. We can also see how it is thought of as Mary's way of giving her son to us, as well as a foreshadowing of the Eucharist.

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Zacchaeus and Eucharistic Adoration

Zaccaheus was transformed just by being present with the Lord. If we believe Jesus is truly sacramentally present in the Eucharist we, too, can be transformed by Christ by simply being with him during Eucharistic Adoration.

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