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Sacrifice for Lent
The Lenten season is a time of renewing our baptismal promises. Now is a good time to reflect on the meaning of Lent and why we make sacrifices during this time.
Respect for Rights of Conscience Act
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) continues to urge that President Obama's HHS mandate be rescinded and that Congress pass, and the President sign, the Respect for Rights of Conscience Act. Find out more and what you can do to help.
Catholic Schools Week 2012
This year National Catholic Schools Week is celebrated from January 29 - February 4, 2012. Every year a them is chosen and this year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Faith. Academics. Service.”
Reviewing Your Faith Resolutions and Goals
Now is a good time to review your New Year’s resolutions or goals. Did you make any faith based resolutions or goals for the year?
Commemorating a Loved One at Christmastime
Oftentimes we want to try and honor a loved one we've lost in a special way during the holiday season and especially at Christmas. So here are some ideas to commemorate your loved one on Christmas, or anytime during the holiday season.
Faith and Loss During the Holidays
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is extremely difficult any time of year, but the pain of such a loss can resurface during the holiday season.
Catholic Genealogical Resources
Family history can be a very rewarding experience, tracing ones ancestors and finding out where you come from. Sometimes when you are looking for resources, especially early ones before some vital records such as birth, marriage and death certificates were issued, church records might be available.
Growing Angel Wings
Early experiences can play a big part in developing devotion to God. Read guest author, Susan Helene Kramer's experiences in growing her angel wings. She is BellaOnline's Meditation Editor.
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also known as the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, is celebrated one the Thursday following Trinity Sunday or (as in the United States) on the Sunday after the Feast of the Trinity.
Pope John Paul II - Early Years
On May 1, 2011, Pope John Paul II was declared blessed by Pope Benedict XVI. Here are some other notable events in the early life of Blessed Pope John Paul II, leading up to his papacy.
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