Children Stories: A Youth Surrounded by Light

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Michel bit his lip and wondered if he could reveal his convictions to that stranger. If he were one of the revolutionaries, a careless word could cost him his life…

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How to Educate 
the Digital Generation?

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One educational current suggests taking full advantage of the resources of digital technology in order to improve youth formation. But it faces a serious problem…

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Did you know... the origin of the word “host”?

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Many times, we Catholics attend the Liturgy without even realizing the amazing treasures contained in it... What about the word Host? What does the word mean...?
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“It is Forbidden to Forbid” : Really...?

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The “civilization of instincts” was born with the Sorbonne Revolution of May 1968 in Paris, if it can be qualified as a civilization…

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The Legend of the Golden Trumpet

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The destiny of a nation often rests with a handful of heroes, or even with one single person. The future of an entire people may hinge on their zeal and courage.

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A Great Chasm: Scott Hahn Reflects on the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The complacent leaders in today's First Reading feast on fine foods and wines, reveling while the house of Joseph, the kingdom of Israel (see Amos 5:6), collapses around them.

The rich man in today's Gospel also lives like a king-dressed in royal purple and fine linen (see 1 Maccabees 8:14)...

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Did you know...That Japanese tempura has Christian roots?

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In the mid-sixteenth century, the first missionary Catholics arrived in Japan from Spain and Portugal. In addition to the Faith, they brought some customs...
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Did you know... the origin of the word 'chapel'?

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In the Communion Rite of the Holy Mass, the words of the Roman centurion to Jesus in Capernaum are invoked: “Lord, I am not worthy to have You come under my roof..." But he is not the only Roman soldier frequently remembered in churches.
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Children Stories: An Arrangement between Angels

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In a small and charming village in a faraway land, lived Dom Pedro, a Bishop whose great soul was filled with love of God. As a good shepherd, he was tireless in serving his flock...
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Did you know... Which is the “highest” tabernacle in the universe?

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Michael Scott Hopkins, coronel in the U.S. Air Force and NASA astronaut, has taken the Sacred Species to much greater “heights”: 400km from our planet.
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