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Spiritual Communion when there’s no Eucharist available

Did you know that you can receive Communion in a “virtual” form even when you are unable to attend Mass?

Steven Buhagiar: Living the Gospel of Life in an era of...

The 25th anniversary of Evangelium Vitae 1995-2020 Yesterday afternoon I walked up the path to our parish’s adoration chapel. It was locked as were all...

Simcha Fisher: Those people who leave the Church over little things

People leave the Church for all kinds of reasons. Usually it's more than one reason; but sometimes people will be able to point to...

Steven Buhagiar: 10 reasons why we take our children to Eucharistic...

By Steven Buhagiar As we grow older, we often look back with fondness on the time we shared with our families as young children. In...

Simcha Fisher: Catholicism without Christ

More and more secular women are discovering that they can use technology to track their natural biomarkers, helping them make informed choices about their...

Anna Krohn: The age of unbelief

Way back in what we imagine were the catechetically intact 1950s, the brilliant and irrepressible Catholic writer and Southerner, (Mary) Flannery O’Connor, was listening...

Simcha Fisher: Slavery vs sacrifice

Lately, I've been thinking about the idea of slavery to sin, what it means, what it does. Anyone who's read the Old or New Testament,...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Mexican miracle declared

“Dear Father, I know you have written about recent Eucharistic miracles in Argentina and Poland, and now I hear there has been another one...

Simcha Fisher: A fake baptism and the real presence

Effects of an invalid Baptism The other week, Catholic Twitter was in a tizzy over the story of an unfortunate priest who discovered, fifteen years...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Blessed Imelda died of love

"A friend, whose daughter is going to make her first Communion told me that she is praying to Blessed Imelda Lambertini, the patron saint...
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