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Teaching the Liturgical Year

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Teaching With Current Events

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The Call of
Beauty

Exploring the treasures of Catholic culture

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鈥淣e Irascaris, Domine鈥

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states, 鈥溾榌t]he musical tradition of the universal Church is a treasure of inestimable value, greater even than that of …

Regina Caeli

Christ is risen! As Catholics, Easter marks the highest point in the liturgical year and is cause for the greatest rejoicing and celebration. The Resurrection …

The Crucifixion

The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe In this week鈥檚 Gospel passage, Jesus is mocked and called 鈥渒ing of the Jews鈥 …

Zacchaeus the Tax Collector

Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time In this week鈥檚 Gospel passage, Jesus meets a tax collector named Zacchaeus. Because of this encounter, Zacchaeus repents and make …

The Cleansing of Ten Lepers

Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time In this week鈥檚 Gospel passage, as Jesus continues His journey to Jerusalem, He meets ten lepers who cry out to …

Sayings on Discipleship

In this week鈥檚 Gospel passage, Jesus delivers a series of difficult teachings about being a disciple. Much like the parables of the treasure hidden in …

The Prayer of Jesus

In this week’s Gospel passage, Jesus prays for His people and for the world. In His prayer, He asks the Father that the world might …

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