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  • cafeteriacatholics1
    23.10.2021 - 8 minutes ago

    Fr. Vincent Lampert: Exorcism Conference Day 1

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  • cafeteriacatholics1
    23.10.2021 - 9 minutes ago

    Fr. Vincent Lampert: Exorcism Conference Day 3

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  • cafeteriacatholics1
    23.10.2021 - 9 minutes ago

    Fr. Vincent Lampert: Exorcism Conference Day 2

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  • cafeteriacatholics1
    23.10.2021 - 10 minutes ago

    Fr. Vincent Lampert: Exorcism Conference Day 4

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  • cafeteriacatholics1
    23.10.2021 - 12 minutes ago

    Fr. Vincent Lampert: Exorcism Conference Day 5

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  • normandth
    23.10.2021 - 15 minutes ago

    68. God is here

    “Cast away from you all the crimes you have committed, and make for yourselves a new heart and a new spirit.” Ezekiel, chapter 18, verse 31

    Let’s ask Jesus to clean our heart and free it from all the little undesirable teachings we collect. May Jesus become the only Master of our heart, our thoughts and of our life.

    “You, Lord, give light to my lamp; my God brightens the darkness about me.” Psalm 18, verse 29

    Yes:

    “Lord, hear my prayer; let my cry come to you. Do not hide your face from me now that I am in distress. Turn your ear to me; when I call, answer me quickly.” Psalm 102, verses 2 to 3

    When we are in deep distress, we often feel that there is no one who can help. We also feel our helplessness. Sometimes we meet someone and he question in this way, “How are you?” and we become more anxious. We seem confronted over and over again by the same question. And we say to ourselves: “Yet people should see it or know that we are not doing well!”

    Here, in the passage of the Psalm that we have brought up, the feeling is quite the same. We believe that God is not aware of what we’re going through. By saying, “Lord, hear my prayer,” we hope he will hear. But the Lord hears very well. He knows. Even if the people don’t see or feel our distress, God knows and he sees it. He understands and supports us already.

    It’s normal to seek God in times of unease. That’s what we do, of course. It would be better to learn to trust God more, before discomfort occurs. Let’s reserve time every day, when we are healthy and when we are sick too. We will have greater certainty that he is present with us and we will feel his consolation. We will know that he is with us.

    Just thinking about God is already a wise move. Let’s give him a few minutes. Then, for God to tame us, let’s come back often to meet with him.

    The new American Bible, 2011-2014

    Book: Refusing sin, Normand Thomas

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  • divinemercymeditation
    23.10.2021 - 31 minutes ago

    Daily Catholic Quote — Saint John Paul II — Integrated Catholic Life™

    Daily Catholic Quote — Saint John Paul II — Integrated Catholic Life™

    A Daily Quote to Inspire Your Catholic Faith “It is Jesus in fact that you seek when you dream of happiness; he is waiting for you when nothing else you find satisfies you; he is the beauty to which you are so attracted; it is he who provokes you with that thirst for fullness that will not let you settle for compromise; it is he who urges you to shed the masks of a false life; it is he who reads…

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  • churchupdates
    23.10.2021 - 1 hour ago
    #Catholic Online > theFeed
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  • dominikanid
    23.10.2021 - 3 hours ago

    Mereka yang memercayakan dirinya melalui Rosario kepadaku, tak akan binasa. #dominikanindonesia #ordodominikan #ordopewarta #ordoofpreachers #katolik #catholic #martinusdeporres #saintdominic #stdominic #martindeporres #stmartindeporres #laudare #benedicere #praedicare #yayasansantomartinusdeporres #dominikanid #dominikan #santodominikus #story #ordopraedicatorum #instagram #orderofpreachers #dominicanfriars #dominicanorder #salammaria #saintmary #dominicstory #rosario #rosary #serial (at Indonesia) https://www.instagram.com/p/CVWaoX-BrZq/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • divinemercymeditation
    23.10.2021 - 4 hours ago

    Bartimaeus — Outrageous Faith — Integrated Catholic Life™

    Bartimaeus — Outrageous Faith — Integrated Catholic Life™

    The story of Bartimaeus, the blind beggar who met Jesus on the road to Jericho, is a dramatic event from the Gospel of Mark that illustrates something very important about the true nature of Christian faith.  There were hundreds in the crowd that day at Jericho (Mark 10:46-52). No doubt all of them had needs, many of them urgent. But apparently only one of them had the audacity to speak up and…

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  • angeltreasure
    23.10.2021 - 6 hours ago

    Anyone have a tutorial on how to make homemade Rosaries and a list of what to use? I remember seeing some posts in the past but I don’t remember who did them.

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  • firebirdsdaughter
    23.10.2021 - 6 hours ago

    Hmmm…

    … Petition to have Sunagawa play Shylock.

    #Firebird Randomness #the sense this would make? zero #Shylock has an adult daughter #the level of amazing he would be? a gillion #to explain Merchant of Venice is not my favourite play but it has my favourite character #I find Shylock so incredibly intriguing #for a historical caricature that's more than likely a commentary on Catholics than Judaism actually #bc Shakespeare was definitely possibly a Catholic sympathiser #more than likely he was thinking of that rather than actual anti semitism considering how rampant it was #esp after the execution of Dr. Lopez #not that much has really improved but I prefer not to discuss current events much on this blog #it's my hidey hole #but to me Shylock is a character that Sunagawa would be very good at #suffering embittered and subjected to prejudice bc he doesn't fit into other's ideal worlds #Sunagawa is good at suffering ^^;
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  • sexyvampiresimp
    23.10.2021 - 6 hours ago

    no but srsly dracula is so much hotter than everyone in this goddamn book what the hell he's a king

    #vampire#dracula #i'm at 60% of this book i couldnt care less about all the catholic good guys drama #can i PLEASE have some hot vampire time here???
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  • rayett-ray
    23.10.2021 - 7 hours ago

    I'm starting to realize jacques de molay is like... SO many things that I love, I'll obliterate em with quartz in two years

    #the old catholic aesthetic #the androginy #desaturated dark colors that still look super distinct #the gusano
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  • nico-di-angelo-isnt-vaccinated
    23.10.2021 - 8 hours ago
    #if you see me spewing perachel content... mind your business #i still feel whatever the fandom version of Catholic guilt about it #it used to be pjo blasphemy #ask#perachel
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  • fremantle-blog
    23.10.2021 - 8 hours ago

    COME HELP BLESS THE FREMANTLE FISHING FLEET

    COME HELP BLESS THE FREMANTLE FISHING FLEET

    We are blessed to live in Fremantle and have such a great community here. Tomorrow is one of those great community traditions in our port city that I never miss. The Blessing of the Fleet is back on, after it had to be cancelled last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Madonna will be carried through the streets of the inner city, starting at the Basilica of St Patrick in Adelaide Street at…

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  • eternal-echoes
    23.10.2021 - 8 hours ago

    Catechism of the Catholic Church

    The duties of parents

    2221 The fecundity of conjugal love cannot be reduced solely to the procreation of children, but must extend to their moral education and their spiritual formation. "The role of parents in education is of such importance that it is almost impossible to provide an adequate substitute."29 The right and the duty of parents to educate their children are primordial and inalienable.30

    2222 Parents must regard their children as children of God and respect them as human persons. Showing themselves obedient to the will of the Father in heaven, they educate their children to fulfill God's law.

    2223 Parents have the first responsibility for the education of their children. They bear witness to this responsibility first by creating a home where tenderness, forgiveness, respect, fidelity, and disinterested service are the rule. the home is well suited for education in the virtues. This requires an apprenticeship in self-denial, sound judgment, and self-mastery - the preconditions of all true freedom. Parents should teach their children to subordinate the "material and instinctual dimensions to interior and spiritual ones."31 Parents have a grave responsibility to give good example to their children. By knowing how to acknowledge their own failings to their children, parents will be better able to guide and correct them:

    He who loves his son will not spare the rod.... He who disciplines his son will profit by him.32 Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.33

    2224 The home is the natural environment for initiating a human being into solidarity and communal responsibilities. Parents should teach children to avoid the compromising and degrading influences which threaten human societies.

    2225 Through the grace of the sacrament of marriage, parents receive the responsibility and privilege of evangelizing their children. Parents should initiate their children at an early age into the mysteries of the faith of which they are the "first heralds" for their children. They should associate them from their tenderest years with the life of the Church.34 A wholesome family life can foster interior dispositions that are a genuine preparation for a living faith and remain a support for it throughout one's life.

    2226 Education in the faith by the parents should begin in the child's earliest years. This already happens when family members help one another to grow in faith by the witness of a Christian life in keeping with the Gospel. Family catechesis precedes, accompanies, and enriches other forms of instruction in the faith. Parents have the mission of teaching their children to pray and to discover their vocation as children of God.35 The parish is the Eucharistic community and the heart of the liturgical life of Christian families; it is a privileged place for the catechesis of children and parents.

    2227 Children in turn contribute to the growth in holiness of their parents.36 Each and everyone should be generous and tireless in forgiving one another for offenses, quarrels, injustices, and neglect. Mutual affection suggests this. the charity of Christ demands it.37

    2228 Parents' respect and affection are expressed by the care and attention they devote to bringing up their young children and providing for their physical and spiritual needs. As the children grow up, the same respect and devotion lead parents to educate them in the right use of their reason and freedom.

    2229 As those first responsible for the education of their children, parents have the right to choose a school for them which corresponds to their own convictions. This right is fundamental. As far as possible parents have the duty of choosing schools that will best help them in their task as Christian educators.38 Public authorities have the duty of guaranteeing this parental right and of ensuring the concrete conditions for its exercise.

    2230 When they become adults, children have the right and duty to choose their profession and state of life. They should assume their new responsibilities within a trusting relationship with their parents, willingly asking and receiving their advice and counsel. Parents should be careful not to exert pressure on their children either in the choice of a profession or in that of a spouse. This necessary restraint does not prevent them - quite the contrary from giving their children judicious advice, particularly when they are planning to start a family.

    2231 Some forgo marriage in order to care for their parents or brothers and sisters, to give themselves more completely to a profession, or to serve other honorable ends. They can contribute greatly to the good of the human family.

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  • sammyhain
    23.10.2021 - 9 hours ago

    love being back at my parents place. we went on a drive to look at the abbey where the monks or priests or whatever live. for fun.

    #now that’s what I call catholic! #like. of all the things to do here (not many) you choose That
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