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How to Say the Miraculous 54-Day Rosary Novena

  The Novena consists of five decades of the Rosary each day for twenty-seven days in petition; then immediately five decades each day for an additional twenty-seven days in thanksgiving, whether or not the request has been granted. The meditations… Continue Reading →

How The Blessed Virgin Mary Gave The 54-Day Rosary Novena To Fortuna Agrelli

  On March 3, 1884, a young girl named Fortuna Agrelli was graced with an apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary and given this special devotion which she passed onto others. At the time, young Fortuna was ill with 3… Continue Reading →

The 15 Promises Of The Virgin Mary To Those Who Pray The Rosary

  The Blessed Virgin Mary made these promises to Saint Dominic and to all who follow that “Whatever you ask in the Rosary will be granted.”   Whoever shall faithfully serve me by the recitation of the Rosary, shall receive… Continue Reading →

The Sins That God Cannot Forgive

  In Christian hamartiology, eternal sins, unforgivable sins, unpardonable sins, or ultimate sins are sins which will not be forgiven by God. One eternal or unforgivable sin (blasphemy against the Holy Spirit), also known as the sin unto death, is… Continue Reading →

7 Powerful Quotes of St. John Chrysostom to Help You Grow In Your Faith

John Chrystostom was an early church father, and doctor of the church, that was born in A.D. 347.  He was the Bishop of Constantinople and regularly spoke out against Ecclesiastical and political abuse. His writings and homilies are immense and… Continue Reading →

4 Amazing Benefits Of Holy Water Every Catholic Should Know

  It is possible that you have blessed yourself with holy water as you walk into Church, as a Catholic chances are that you’ve encountered this blessed water at some point.   Here are 4 Amazing Benefits Of Holy Water… Continue Reading →

From Muslim Bread Hawker To Catholic Priest (The Story of Rev. Fr. Moses Idris)

Idris Moses Gwanube, a young Nigerian Muslim who embraced Catholicism as a teenager, has been ordained a priest. He was ordained by Bishop of Jalingo, Most Rev. Charles Michael Hammawa on February 25, at Our Lady Queen of Peace Cathedral… Continue Reading →

What Type of Conscience Do You Have? LAX Conscience or SCRUPULOUS Conscience?

Conscience Let us talk about two types of conscience, they are LAX conscience and SCRUPULOUS conscience. These are two extremes. While someone with scrupulous conscience SEES SIN where there is NO SIN, the person with lax conscience SEES NO SIN… Continue Reading →

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