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MassTimes.org – Website Review
MassTimes.org is a website where you can search for Mass times for several countries throughout the world. If you are going on vacation, or will be away from home for whatever reason, and need to find a church while you’re away, this website can be a great help.

Saint Anthony of Padua
Some interesting facts about one of the Doctors of the Church. Saint Anthony is the Patron Saint of poor and oppressed. He is also referred to as the "finder of lost articles."

Baptism – Choosing Godparents
When you have your child baptized, one of the most important decisions you will make is whom you choose as your child’s godparents.

Lenten Resource Guide
As we journey through this most holy season, here are some resources geared to enrich and deepen our Lenten experience.

Immaculate Conception – Holy Day of Obligation
We celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, a Holy Day of Obligation, on December 8th.

Saints – Halloween Costumes
Instead of letting your children choose to dress up like goblins and witches on Halloween, why not encourage them to dress up like a saint?

9/11 Anniversary - Reflection and Prayer
I’m sure none of us will ever forget...

Are Catholics Christians?
There was a time when I thought addressing this question as the topic for an article was unnecessary. Of course, Catholics are Christians. Why would anyone ever dispute this?

Catholic Christianity FAQs
Answers to frequently asked questions about Catholicism, as well as resources to learn more about the faith.

Pentecost
Pentecost is celebrated fifty days after Easter and is often called the birthday of the Church. Read on to learn more. Also included in this article is a Prayer for Pentecost.

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