Monthly Archives: May 2024

Why is Cardinal Péter Erdö considered for the future pope

Cardinal Péter Erdő with the relic of Saint Stephen during the mass on the occasion of the 939th anniversary of the canonization of the first Hungarian king. The Hungarian primate is respected in Europe and Africa, he is a recognized … Continue reading

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Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Years B Mr 2,23-3,6

If someone asked which day of the week we look forward to most, many people would answer – Sunday. It is a day of peace and well-being when we can devote ourselves more than ever to our loved ones and … Continue reading

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And Jesus said. I come into this world…

Jesus’ declaration in John 9:39, “I have come into this world as a judge: so that those who do not see may see, and those who see may become blind,” holds deep significance in our current era of uncertainty and … Continue reading

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Corpus Christi.

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Solemnity of Body and Blood of Christ /Corpus Christi/

Reflecting on my childhood, I recall when Latin was used in our Catholic churches. Every part of the service, from the sermon to the hymns, was in this ancient tongue. This tradition continued until the Second Vatican Council, which introduced … Continue reading

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Paul VI. Pope

* 26 September 1897 Concesio, Brescia, Kingdom of Italy † 6 August 1978 Castel Gandolfo, Italy . Pope Paul VI. Real name Giovanni Batista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini Paul VI. He was a mystic who said: “as if irradiated by … Continue reading

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A failed distraction attempt.

The Trinity is incomprehensible, and this remains true whether Augustine walked on the beach. Illustration photo Help us protect the church from attacks We live in a time when the church finds itself between the millstones of progressivism, fruitless traditionalism, and … Continue reading

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Augustinus from Canterbury.

Augustinus von Canterbury  Augustine was a Benedictine monk before the monastery in Rome, which was then dedicated to Andrew, on the site of the present-day monastery of San Gregorio Magno al  Celio  in Rome, which had been founded by Pope Gregory … Continue reading

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Symbol of the Holy Trinity.

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Catechesis on the Most Holy Trinity.

Bob: She just found something in the hallway that she’s taking a closer look at. Grandpa: Well, then let’s go to her. Lilly: Hi Grandpa, what’s this beautiful golden picture here? Grandpa: That’s an exceptional piece, it’s called an icon. … Continue reading

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