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The Perfect Conversion Story Can Help Cradle Catholics, Too

Two recent conversations at church: “I wish I could take RCIA because, although I went to Catholic School, I just don’t know my faith.” “I don’t understand why anyone would convert to the Catholic Church.  I mean, we’ve got the … Continue reading

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A Summer Reading List

I promised to give my current RCIA class a summer reading list.  Then, I apparently mentally went on summer vacation and did nothing. So here are a few things I find worthwhile.  This list is not comprehensive, and it’s not … Continue reading

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Journey Home Marks 15th Anniversary, Son Had Doubts

Marcus Grodi marked the 15th anniversary of his EWTN program,”The Journey Home,” last night (9/3) by interviewing his son and daughter-in-law.  The program, which will be repeated several times this week, should be a comfort to those parents whose children … Continue reading

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How the Catholic Church Was Ahead of Its Times 1,000 Years Ago

Until recent times, Catholic Churches were full of visual images — statues, paintings, etc. — which were key to building the faith.  In more recent times, at least some architects have tended to abandon the visual side of Catholicism, producing … Continue reading

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