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    Who started your church?

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    Elizabeth Nourse (1859–1938), The First Communion (La Première communion), 1895

    Nourse: the Painter :: AEQAI

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    Wow! I did NOT know all of these facts about the Eucharist. If this doesn't change your mind--I don't know what will!

    Is the Eucharist Really Just a Symbol?

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    Heart of Jesus

    I Want to See God

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    Fascinating article about a beekeeper who began placing icons in hives and found that the bees carefully built their honeycombs around the icons, leaving the faces of the saints uncovered. "Once I brought a handmade icon from a convent... Bees 'embroidered' with wax the entire surface of the composition, leaving one to clearly perceive the Cross of Christ and the Thief at his right hand while the thief on the left cross was covered with a thick layer of wax."

    MYSTAGOGY: The Respect Bees Have For Holy Icons

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    O Sacrament Most Holy! O Sacrament Divine! All Praise and all Thanksgiving be every moment Thine!

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    Jesus is alive and well!! He rose on the 3rd day breaking the bonds of death so that we can all be resurrected someday as well. If that isn't LOVE, I don't know what is!

    Mom 2 Mom: Jesus is Our Savior FHE Packet

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    She was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, an aggressive form of bone cancer, at the age of five.When her leg had to be amputated, she bore the ordeal "cheerfully".The child viewed the loss of her leg as a sacrifice to Jesus for the conversion of sinners.She told her spiritual guide: "For an instant I lie down on my wound, so as to offer more pain to Jesus," and told her mother: "When you feel pain, you have to keep quiet and offer it to Jesus for a sinner". - Venerable Antonietta Meo

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    St. Josemaria Escriva

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    When people accuse the Catholic Church of having TOO MUCH WEALTH and not selling it all off to serve the poor. Here's a great explanation! Catholicism: Wealth and Spending Infographic

    Catholicism: Wealth and Spending | Visual.ly

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    St Bernadette - from wonderful 1904 account ... corjesusacratissi...

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    Nossa Senhora das Dores ou da Piedade (com o Corpo de Jesus em seus braços).

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    5 Reasons Your Child Should Be an Altar Server

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    Eternal Father, I offer Thee the Wounds of Our Lord Jesus Christ to heal the wounds of our souls. My Jesus, pardon and mercy through the merits of Thy Sacred Wounds. Amen

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    St.Martin de Porres loved animals. Born at Lima, Peru, in 1579, his father was a rich Spaniard and his mother a colored freed-woman from Panama. At fifteen, he became a lay Dominican brother, working as a barber, farmworker, almoner, and infirmarian among other things. Martin’s love was all-embracing, shown equally to humans and to animals, including vermin. He maintained a cats and dogs hospital at his sister’s house. He also possessed spiritual wisdom, his solving his sister’s marriage ...

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    I say this all the time.

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    This is filth. Where's JESUS in this? Oh, that's right...He's not a part of the Catholic "church". Mary has taken His rightful place.

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    Catholic All Year: Free Printable Prayers for Your Printing and Praying Pleasure Prayer Before Meals

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    Powerful

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    I love you

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    Catholics do not believe the following...

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    Padre Pio.

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