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Children Standing Around the Altar During Mass? - FATHER JOHN HARDON, S.J.

It is still common at "children’s masses" for the priest to invite the children present to come up to stand around "the table." Is this permissible?  Email This Article

Christ — the Anointed One - Fr. Kenneth Baker, S.J.

We bear the name “Christians” and are followers of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Let us concentrate for a few moments on the name “Christ” which became, in the first years after the Resurrection of the Lord, his proper name.  Email This Article

Christ's Temptations and Ours - Rev. Roger Landry

Lent is an annual spiritual boot camp the Church gives us so that we might train, yet again, to be victorious in this most important battle we'll ever fight.  Email This Article

Christmas Poem - G.K. Chesterton

There fared a mother driven forth Out of an inn to roam; In the place where she was homeless All men are at home.   Email This Article

Church Teaching on Relics - REV. CHARLES MANGAN

Some people think the Catholic Church abandoned her teaching on relics after Vatican II. However, a quick glance at the Code of Canon Law, published by authority of Pope John Paul II in 1983, reveals that the Church very much considers sacred relics to be important and significant in the life of the Church (cf. canons 1281-89). Just what are relics and what meaning do they have for disciples of Jesus Christ?  Email This Article

Communion and Church Teaching - Grace MacKinnon

Dear Grace, If you do not agree with some of the Church’s teachings, but you receive Communion on Sundays, are you sinning?  Email This Article

Confirmation - CHARLES M. MANGAN

Just what are the effects of Confirmation? It is difficult to imagine a better summary than that given in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.  Email This Article

Confirmation - Catholic Encyclopedia

Confirmation is a sacrament in which the Holy Ghost is given to those already baptized in order to make them strong and perfect Christians and soldiers of Jesus Christ.   Email This Article

Cooking For Christ - Florence P. Berger

The doctrine of the mystical body unites all Christians to their Master, and one with the other in God's kingdom here on earth. As the branches have their source in the vine, so with Christ we have been bound together for growth and fruition.  Email This Article

Courage and Martyrdom - Donald DeMarco

Martyrdom is the supreme witness given to the truth of faith. It means bearing witness to the faith even unto death. The very etymology of the word (martyros in Greek) means witness. The martyr accepts this death with courage as a witness to the faith and to the presence of the kingdom of God.  Email This Article


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