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Gurukul anurag makeup mantra . catholic bridal makeup  11 days  makeup diploma full course gurukul
 
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Baby Names, Saints, & Early Confirmation?  || The Catholic Tag
 
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I was tagged by A Catholic Mom's Life to do this tag! Many of us in this community have different beliefs, so please be respectful and kind in the comments. If you want to learn more about our faith and life, keep watching! More below ↓↓ Heather is one my favorite YouTubers, so make sure you check our her channel: https://bit.ly/2F6vxxY Heather's Catholic Tag: https://bit.ly/2D8SRJ5 CATHOLIC TAG 1. Are you a cradle catholic? If not how long have you been Catholic? 2. What is your favorite bible verse and why? 3. What is your favorite Christian song and why? 4. What is your favorite thing about churchg/mass? 5. What do you think is the biggest misconception about Catholicism? 6. What is your favorite way to pray? 7. Who are your favorite saints? 8. What is your confirmation name? 9. Did you have a mass at your wedding? 10. Do your children have biblical/saint names? 💠 My Catholic Favorites (Affiliate Links) https://www.amazon.com/shop/acommonlife 💠 Let’s Connect! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acommon_life/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/acommon_life Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/acommonlifeYT Email: [email protected] 💠Videos about Homeschooling: Homeschool Room Tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFdj6s1Qets Why We Homeschool: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p90Z1YbL3U0 How We Homeschool: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdtE9PeB8Kw Why I Love Homeschooling: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yP_mLb9wbrA Big Homeschool Changes Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8hXLdxc_Vc 💠 About: Hi, I'm Michelle! I am married to my best friend and the mama to five amazing kiddos ages 4-12 (4 boys and 1 girl) who we homeschool while trying to find peace amidst the chaos and working together toward a common life. I post videos a few days a week. I love getting to know my subscribers, so please comment below. I try to respond to every comment! FTC Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored video. All opinions are genuinely my own. The links above are affiliate links and I earn a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. It doesn't cost you any extra. Please note that this does not drive my decision as to whether or not a product is featured or recommended. Thank you for your continued support so that I can keep putting out videos in the future. #thecatholictag #catholicmom #catholic
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How Does the Catholic Church Declare Official Saints?
 
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Wanna Know...How the Catholic Church declares someone a saint? Have you ever wondered about the steps to canonization -- that is, being named a saint by the Catholic Church? Who is eligible? What happens on the way to being named a saint? Aren't there miracles involved? We answer all those questions and more in this saint-filled video.
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Andra Day - Rise Up [Official Music Video] [Inspiration Version]
 
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"Rise Up" by Andra Day, from the album Cheers To The Fall, available now. Director: M. Night Shyamalan Producers: Thom Fennessey & Ashwin Rajan Production Manager: Zoe Katz From the album 'Cheers to the Fall' available now. iTunes: http://smarturl.it/CheersToTheFall Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/CTTFAppleMusic Spotify: http://smarturl.it/AndraDaySpotify Connect with Andra: http://andraday.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AndraDayMusic https://twitter.com/AndraDayMusic https://instagram.com/andradaymusic/ Production Company: Collaboration Factory Director of Photography: Kyle Rudolph Art Director: Joseph Sciacca Editor: Luke Ciarrocchi Andra Day’s Wardrobe: Wouri Vice Wardrobe: Jaizelle Stenardo Andra Day’s Hair & Make Up: Emily Garrido Hair & Make Up: Pam Peitzman Man:Gregory Mozgala Woman: Bisserat Tseggai Man in Parking Lot: Mark Garcia LYRICS: Rise Up (Andra Day and Jennifer Decilveo) You’re broken down and tired Of living life on a merry-go-round And you can’t find the fighter But I see it in you so we gonna walk it out And move mountains We gonna walk it out And move mountains And I’ll rise up I'll rise like the day I’ll rise up I'll rise unafraid I'll rise up And I’ll do it a thousand times again And I’ll rise up High like the waves I’ll rise up In spite of the ache I'll rise up And I’ll do it a thousands times again For you (4X) When the silence isn’t quiet And it feels like it’s getting hard to breathe And I know you feel like dying But I promise we’ll take the world to its feet And move mountains We gonna walk it out And move mountains And I’ll rise up I'll rise like the day I’ll rise up I'll rise unafraid I'll rise up And I’ll do it a thousand times again For you (4X) All we need, all we need is hope And for that we have each other And for that we have each other We will rise We will rise We’ll rise, ohh ohhh We’ll rise I’ll rise up Rise like the day I’ll rise up In spite of the ache I will rise a thousands times again And we’ll rise up Rise like the waves We’ll rise up In spite of the ache We’ll rise up And we'll do it a thousands times again For you ohhhh ohhh ohh ohhh ohh (3X)
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All Saints Day | Columbia Catholic Ministry #9
 
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Father Daniel O'Reilly explains the meaning of All Saints Day, when we celebrate the souls in heaven whose name is known only to God. Join us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ColumbiaCatholicMinistry
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5 Dark Dirty SECRETS of Catholic Church EXPOSED
 
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30 Day FREE TRIAL Audible: http://amzn.to/2glRlZ4 5 Dark Dirty SECRETS of Catholic Church EXPOSED Click here to SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/zF1PI8 ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-----------­-----------­--------- The Catholic Church has been and continues to be one of the most powerful organizations on the planet. Discover the darker sides of the Church as SUPERLATIVES takes a look at 10 of the Darkest and Deepest Secrets Of The Catholic Church Thank you! FACT #1 - 0:05 : Castrati FACT #2 - 2:16 : Priest Controversy FACT #3 - 4:23 : Francisco Franco & The 300,000 Lost Children of Spain FACT #4 - 6:04 : Axed Nun FACT #5 - 8:29 : Women Asylums This world is an incredible place. SUPERLATIVES aims at bringing you the most interesting top 10 videos on YouTube. Whether its facts, educational or just plain interesting, I love it all. There is SO much out there, and I want to learn and educate you on as much as we can! If you have any ideas or requests for future videos, let me know in the comments! Thanks so much for watching :) MUSIC: Deep Space by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ SOURCES: Castrati http://www.religioustolerance.org/rcccast.htm Priest https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priest_shortage_in_the_Roman_Catholic_Church https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_Church_sexual_abuse_cases 300,000 Lost Children https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_children_of_Francoism Axed Nun http://www.rediff.com/news/2009/mar/02sister-abhaya-case-haunts-investigators.htm
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Litany Of The Most Holy Name Of Our Lord Jesus Christ | Catholic Devotion
 
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In Roman Catholicism, the veneration Holy Name of Jesus (also Most Holy Name of Jesus, Italian: Santissimo Nome di Gesù) developed as a separate type of devotion in the Early Modern period, in parallel to that of the Sacred Heart. The Litany of the Holy Name is a Roman Catholic Prayer, probably of the 15th century (Bernardino of Siena and John of Capistrano).[1] The Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus was introduced in 1530. The veneration of Nomina sacra in the form of variants of the Christogram has a tradition going back to early Christianity.[2][3][4] and related practices of devotion exist in Eastern Christianity (c.f. Jesus Prayer).[5] The feast day is celebrated either as the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus or as that of Circumcision of Jesus, in various Christian churches. The feast of the Holy Name of Jesus has been celebrated in the Roman Catholic Church, at least at local levels, since the end of the fifteenth century. The celebration has been held on different dates, usually in January, because 1 January, eight days after Christmas, commemorates the naming of the child Jesus; as recounted in the Gospel read on that day, "at the end of eight days, when he was circumcised, he was called Jesus, the name given by the angel before he was conceived in the womb."[2] Medieval Catholicism, and many other Christian churches to the present day, therefore celebrated both events as the Feast of the Circumcision of Christ, usually on 1 January. Bernardino of Siena placed great emphasis on the Holy Name, which he associated with the IHS Christogram, and may be responsible for the coupling of the two elements. In the Latin Rite Catholic Church it is observed as an optional memorial on 3 January by Catholics following the present General Roman Calendar. Franciscans, Carmelites, and Augustinians kept the feast on 14 January; Dominicans on 15 January; in some localities the date was 8 January, in others 31 January, in some localities in Great Britain on 7 August. The Society of Jesus, i.e., the Jesuits, celebrates the Holy Name of Jesus on 3 January as the order's own titular feast. The date of the second Sunday after Epiphany was chosen by the Carthusians, then by Spain. This was the date assigned to the celebration when, on 20 December 1721, it was inserted into the General Calendar of the Roman Rite by Pope Innocent XIII. In the reform of Pope Pius X, enacted by his motu proprio Abhinc duos annos of 23 October 1913, it was moved to the Sunday between 2 and 5 January inclusive, and in years when no such Sunday existed the celebration was observed on 2 January; this is still observed by Catholics following calendars of 1914 to 1962. The reform of the liturgical calendar by the motu proprio Mysterii Paschalis of 14 February 1969 removed the feast "since the imposition of the name of Jesus is already commemorated in the office of the Octave of Christmas." However, the Mass texts of the Holy Name of Jesus were preserved, being placed with the Votive Masses.[3] The celebration was restored to the General Roman Calendar with the 2002 Roman Missal. In some Anglican churches including the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, the feast is observed on 1 January. In the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church of the United States of America since 1979, the Feast of the Circumcision of Christ celebrated on 1 January is now listed as the "Feast of the Holy Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ".[1] In the Church of England, the calendar of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer stipulates a festival "The Name of Jesus" to be observed on 7 August as had been the practice in Durham, Salisbury and York,[4] but in the more recent Common Worship resources the Feast of the Circumcision of Christ (1 January) takes its place as the primary festival of the name of Jesus.[1] The Anglican Church of Canada's 'Book of Common Prayer' (1962) retains the date of 7 August, but as a commemoration, not a feast day.[5] Many Eastern Churches celebrate the feast on 1 January.[1] In the Lutheran Church, the Festival of the Holy Name of Jesus is celebrated on 1 January.[1]
Catholic Ember Days: History and Theology of Fasting for Holy Priests (Dr Taylor Marshall #158)
 
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Ember Days or Quatuor Temporas are a traditional time of harvest fasting "four times" per year asking God to give us holy priests for the harvest of souls. Dr Taylor Marshall explains the history and Catholic theology of Ember Days and then challenges Catholics to voluntarily take up the Ember Days asking Christ for holy clergy.
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FORTY PRAYERS FOR THE FORTY DAYS OF LENT - DAY SIX
 
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FORTY PRAYERS FOR THE FORTY DAYS OF LENT - DAY SIX Day 6: Monday, The First Week of Lent Prayer For deeper joy MEDITATE: Mark 1:12-13 PRAY: Jesus, focus my heart and my mind on what you endured for me. Everything you did, you did for the salvation of all mankind-- I am eternally grateful. I am in awe of you, Lord. Thank you for the cross. REFLECT: How can I be more cognizant of the cross today? YOUR $1.00 DONATION IS A BIG HELP TO OUR PRAYER WARRIOR COMMUNITY. WE LIFT UP YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT TO THE LORD JESUS. THANK YOU. http://tinyurl.com/prayerwarriorfunds The season of Lent is a journey of 40 days. It has a beginning, Ash Wednesday and an ending, Easter. Jesus had His own journey of 40 days which prepared Him well for His ministry and ultimately for His Passion, Death and Resurrection. May the Lenten journey of 2017 prepare us for life in Christ. Pope Francis writes in his Message for Lent 2017 “May the Holy Spirit lead us on a true journey of conversion.” To achieve this goal we need to bring on the journey a resolve to pray more; a commitment to really deny ourselves and a desire to better practice charity. The Holy Father reminds us that “Lent is a favorable season for deepening our spiritual life through the means of sanctification offered us by the church: fasting, prayer, and almsgiving.” More prayer convinces us that God is close and that we are loved by Him. Self-denial reminds us that we have a destiny beyond this life and that we need to depend more on God and less on self. Charity makes us see beyond ourselves to others, especially the poor, the needy and the suffering and to see them as our sisters and brothers. The Holy Father’s Lenten Message focuses on the parable of the rich man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31). I suggest that you read this Scripture each week during the Lenten journey and allow the Word of God like a two-edged sword to penetrate you. It teaches about opening our eyes to see those in need around us; it counsels us to use all that is available to heed God’s word and grow in God’s love. New growth is also encouraged through the traditional practices of prayer, fasting and almsgiving that characterize the Lenten season. All of us can do more prayer. Invest extra time. Get up earlier. Sit quietly with the Lord. Get to Mass during the week, participate in Eucharistic adoration or the Stations of the Cross. The same goes for fasting. We have plenty. Even too much. To deprive ourselves can lead to greater dependence on God. Perhaps you can consider attending one of the simple Lenten meals offered in our parishes. Charity forces us to not ignore those who have less. With them Christ Himself identified. May our practice of charity help us to see Him in the poor, suffering, and needy who benefit from our charity. Lent is a call to be better Christians for ourselves, our families and our communities. May this journey of Lent be successful for each of us. May we be renewed and grow in Christ as we travel these 40 days. Credit To: Most Reverend Dennis J. Sullivan, D.D. Bishop of Camden SUPPORT OUR PRAYER SPONSOR: https://go.onclasrv.com/afu.php?zoneid=1846519 YOUR $1.00 DONATION IS A BIG HELP TO OUR PRAYER WARRIOR COMMUNITY. WE LIFT UP YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT TO THE LORD JESUS. THANK YOU. http://tinyurl.com/prayerwarriorfunds HELP OUR PRAYER WARRIORS RAISE FUNDS TO SUPPORT THEIR DAILY PRAYER LIVES. THANK YOU! (Available in US & Europe Only) https://teespring.com/stores/pray-unceasingly VISIT OUR ANDROID APP OR WEBSITE FOR MORE PRAYERS, CHAPLETS & NOVENAS: https://pray-unceasingly.com https://spiritualfoodtoday.com/ CATHOLICS ALL OVER THE WORLD. LET US SHOW THEM THAT WE ARE ONE IN FAITH BY SUBSCRIBING TO OUR CHANNEL. https://tinyurl.com/prayunceasingly TO MY BROTHERS & SISTERS IN CHRIST: This video is ALSO intended for Persons With Disability (PWD), like me and especially to our blind brothers and sisters. I'm a stroke survivor & my speech was terribly affected. That's why I am using a computerised voice so that I and the blinds can go along with the prayers. We are paid by running ads on our videos to help me and our Prayer Warriors financially, and our channel from spreading the good news. Thank you for your support. Please subscribe to our channel for more prayers and novenas. God Bless You All! #catholicprayers #prayunceasingly #catholicnovenas #lentenprayers
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Catholic man dies and finds out by Jesus Christ that Catholicism leads straight to Hell for eternity
 
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This video was made possible by Chick Track Publications: http://www.chick.com/ The most crucial problem with the Roman Catholic Church is its belief that faith alone in Christ is not sufficient for salvation. The Bible clearly and consistently states that receiving Jesus Christ as Savior, by grace through faith, grants salvation (John 1:12; 3:16,18,36; Acts 16:31; Romans 10:9-10,13; Ephesians 2:8-9). The Roman Catholic Church rejects this. The official position of the Roman Catholic Church is that a person must believe in Jesus Christ AND be baptized AND receive the Eucharist along with the other sacraments AND obey the decrees of the Roman Catholic Church AND perform meritorious works AND not die with any mortal sins AND etc., etc., etc. Catholic divergence from the Bible on this most crucial of issues, salvation, means that yes, Catholicism is a false religion. If a person believes what the Catholic Church officially teaches, he/she will not be saved. Any claim that works or rituals must be added to faith in order for salvation to be achieved is a claim that Jesus’ death was not sufficient to fully purchase our salvation. While salvation by faith is the most crucial issue, in comparing Roman Catholicism with the Word of God, there are many other differences and contradictions as well. The Roman Catholic Church teaches many doctrines that are in disagreement with what the Bible declares. These include apostolic succession, worship of saints or Mary, prayer to saints or Mary, the pope / papacy, infant baptism, transubstantiation, plenary indulgences, the sacramental system, and purgatory. While Catholics claim Scriptural support for these concepts, none of these teachings have any solid foundation in the clear teaching of Scripture. These concepts are based on Catholic tradition, not the Word of God. In fact, they all clearly contradict Biblical principles. “Are Catholics saved?”, this is a more difficult question to answer. It is impossible to give a universal statement on the salvation of all members of any denomination of Christianity. Not ALL Baptists are saved. Not ALL Presbyterians are saved. Not ALL Lutherans are saved. Salvation is determined by personal faith in Jesus alone for salvation, not by titles or denominational identification. Despite the unbiblical beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church, there are genuine believers who attend Roman Catholic churches. There are many Roman Catholics who have genuinely placed their faith in Jesus Christ alone for salvation. However, these Catholic Christians are believers despite what the Catholic Church teaches, not because of what it teaches. To varying degrees, the Catholic Church teaches from the Bible and points people to Jesus Christ as the Savior. As a result, people are sometimes saved in Catholic churches. The Bible has an impact whenever it is proclaimed (Isaiah 55:11). Catholic Christians remain in the Catholic Church out of ignorance of what the Catholic Church truly stands for, out of family tradition and peer pressure, or out of a desire to reach other Catholics for Christ. At the same time, the Catholic Church also leads many people away from a genuine faith relationship with Christ. The unbiblical beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church have often given the enemies of Christ opportunity to blaspheme. The Roman Catholic Church is not the church that Jesus Christ established. It is not a church that is based on the teachings of the Apostles (as described in the Book of Acts and the New Testament epistles). While Jesus’ words in Mark 7:9 were directed towards the Pharisees, they accurately describe the Roman Catholic Church, “You have a fine way of setting aside the commands of God in order to observe your own traditions!”
Church History:  Complete Documentary AD 33 to Present
 
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History of the church from the Ascension of Jesus Christ to 2017. Further Reading: Philip Schaff's Church History: https://www.ccel.org/ccel/schaff/hcc1.html History of the Primitive Church: https://archive.org/details/TheHistoryOfThePrimitiveChurchComplete Eusebius' Church History: http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/2501.htm Sozomen's Church History: http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/2602.htm Socrates Scholasticus' Church History: http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/2601.htm Primary sources: http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/ http://www.earlychurchtexts.com/ Father Adrian Fortescue: http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupname?key=Fortescue%2C%20Adrian%2C%201874-1923 Bishop Hefele's History of the Councils: https://www.google.com/search?tbm=bks&tbm=bks&q=inauthor:%22Karl+Joseph+von+Hefele%22&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjs36GVvvjWAhVJSiYKHSTLDXQQ9AgIKDAA&biw=1280&bih=615&dpr=1.5 Corrections: 1. Beirut is in Lebanon, not Syria. 2. At the time of the Roman Empire, Great Britain would have been known as Britannia rather than England. The name "England" was first used during the Middle Ages, referring to the tribe of Germanic Angles that settled the island after the fall of the Roman Empire. 3. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the only Marian apparition in the Americas to have been approved by the Holy See. Other Marian apparitions in the Americas have been approved by local ordinaries, including Our Lady of Good Success in Ecuador (1572), Our Lady of Good Help in Wisconsin (1859), Our Lady of Cuapa in Nicaragua (1980), in Venezuela (1984) and Our Lady of the Rosary of San Nicolas in Argentina (1980s). 4. At 2:06:35, the correct spelling is "Hugh O'Flaherty", not "O'Flattery"
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My Day at a Catholic Church
 
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I went to church with my brother in law a few weeks ago. It was a Catholic Church, and here is the outcome. Enjoy.
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Catholic TV Mass Online March 17, 2019: Second Sunday of Lent
 
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Presider: Fr. Matthew Widder Parish: Holy Name of Jesus, St. Clement & St. Dominic Choir: St. Eugene Liturgical The Lord be with you. And with your spirit. A reading from the holy gospel according to Luke. Glory to you o Lord. Jesus took Peter, James and John and went up the mountain to pray. When he was praying his face changed in appearance and his clothing became dazzling white. And behold two men were conversing with him, Moses and Elijah, who appeared in glory and spoke of his exodus that he was going to accomplish in Jerusalem. Peter and his companions had become overcome by sleep. But becoming fully awake they saw his glory and the two men standing with him. As they were about to part from him, peter said to Jesus, "Master it is good that we are here; let us make three tents, one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah." but he did not know what he was saying. While he was still speaking, a cloud came and cast a shadow over them, and they became frightened when they entered the cloud. Then from the cloud came a voice that said, "This is my chosen son; listen to him." After the voice had spoken, Jesus was found alone. They fell silent and did not at that time tell anyone what they had seen. The Gospel of the Lord. Praise to you Lord Jesus Christ At this time of the year, march madness fever is catching hold of many people and the brackets have come out and many people will go through and plot go through the bracket and say, can I pick the winner? Can I win my office pool and many teams that are in the different tournaments are looking and saying ok, what does our path for the finals look like? And it's easy because when you go through that bracket, you can see yourself what it would take to win the championship and there's a sense of hope that comes up and says, even if we're a fourteen seed, a twelve seed, maybe we can do it anyone has hope. Anyone has a chance that sense of hope. That sense of hope to see a path of glory to see a path of goodness shining forth. Jesus gives us the transfiguration today because he had just preached about his necessity to go to the cross, to suffer. The necessity for us to take up our cross and to follow him. And in the midst of that he gives us this blessing, peter, James and john and through them, this particular story, the transfiguration, he allows us to see his glory. And Jesus says, remember this. He wants us to hold on to these moments of glory it's interesting because when we fill out a bracket and teams are looking at their path, fans are looking at their path, we tend to put our hope in ourselves, in our own skills, in our own team skills but we place our hope not in ourselves, not in our team we place our hope in the promises of Jesus Christ. And the promises of God that go all the way back to abram that we encounter in the first reading today. Do we have the hope? Perhaps an example of hope to hold on to today is especially St. Patrick St. Patrick went to Ireland as a slave, escaped and then where did he get sent back as a bishop? He God sent back to Ireland to the very place where he was once a slave. He knew that he was playing for Jesus Christ. He had a sense of hope that would not turn him away. A sense of hope that even in the midst of those moments of slavery, God had a mission for him. God has a mission for us. But our hope does not come from ourselves, from our own talents, from our own situations our hope comes from God and the mission that he has for us. The promises he's made to us. Entrance: How Good, Lord to be Here Text: Luke 9:32-33; Joseph A. Robinson, 1858-1933, alt. Tune: SWABIA, SM; Johann M. Speiss, 1715-1772; adapt. by William H. Havergal, 1793-1870 Psalm Response: The Lord Is My Light Text: Psalm 27:1-2, 4, 13-14; David Haas Music: David Haas ©1983, GIA Publications, Inc. Gospel Acclamation: Praise to You, O Christ, Our Savior Text: Bernadette Farrell b. 1957 Tune: Bernadette Farrell b. 1957 © 1986 Bernadette Farrell Published by OCP Preparation: Transform Us Text: Sylvia G. Dunstan, 1955-1993, ©1993, GIA Publications, Inc. Tune: PICARDY 8 7 8 7 8 7; French carol; harm. by Richard Proulx 1937-2010, © 1986, GIA Publications, Inc. Communion: Open My Eyes Text: Based on Mark 8:22-25; Jesse Manibusan, b. 1958 Tune: Jesse Manibusan, b. 1958; acc. by Ed Bulduc, b. 1969, choral arr. by Ken Canedo b. 1953 © 1988, 1998, 1999, Jesse Manibusan. Published by OCP Sending Forth: Lead Me, Guide Me Text: Doris M. Akers 1922-1995 Tune: LEAD ME, Irregular with refrain; Doris M. Akers, 1922-1995; harm. by Richard Smallwood, b. 1948 © 1953, (renewed), arr. © 2011, Doris M. Akers, admin. by Chappell & Co., Inc. Mass Setting: Glendalough Mass Contributors: Liam Lawton Tune: © 2010, GIA Publications, Inc. Permission to podcast/stream the music in this liturgy obtained from ONE LICENSE, License No. A-718591. www.HeartoftheNation.org
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FORTY PRAYERS FOR THE FORTY DAYS OF LENT - DAY FOUR
 
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FORTY PRAYERS FOR THE FORTY DAYS OF LENT - DAY FOUR Day 4: Saturday after Ash Wednesday Prayer To cultivate silence MEDITATE: Matthew 4:1-2 PRAY: Jesus, help me to set aside time for worship and reflection in this season of Lent. Help me draw nearer to you and understand you more deeply. May I receive the overwhelming graces you have to offer me, today and everyday. REFLECT: How can I honor the sacrifice of Jesus through my life? YOUR $1.00 DONATION IS A BIG HELP TO OUR PRAYER WARRIOR COMMUNITY. WE LIFT UP YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT TO THE LORD JESUS. THANK YOU. http://tinyurl.com/prayerwarriorfunds The season of Lent is a journey of 40 days. It has a beginning, Ash Wednesday and an ending, Easter. Jesus had His own journey of 40 days which prepared Him well for His ministry and ultimately for His Passion, Death and Resurrection. May the Lenten journey of 2017 prepare us for life in Christ. Pope Francis writes in his Message for Lent 2017 “May the Holy Spirit lead us on a true journey of conversion.” To achieve this goal we need to bring on the journey a resolve to pray more; a commitment to really deny ourselves and a desire to better practice charity. The Holy Father reminds us that “Lent is a favorable season for deepening our spiritual life through the means of sanctification offered us by the church: fasting, prayer, and almsgiving.” More prayer convinces us that God is close and that we are loved by Him. Self-denial reminds us that we have a destiny beyond this life and that we need to depend more on God and less on self. Charity makes us see beyond ourselves to others, especially the poor, the needy and the suffering and to see them as our sisters and brothers. The Holy Father’s Lenten Message focuses on the parable of the rich man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31). I suggest that you read this Scripture each week during the Lenten journey and allow the Word of God like a two-edged sword to penetrate you. It teaches about opening our eyes to see those in need around us; it counsels us to use all that is available to heed God’s word and grow in God’s love. New growth is also encouraged through the traditional practices of prayer, fasting and almsgiving that characterize the Lenten season. All of us can do more prayer. Invest extra time. Get up earlier. Sit quietly with the Lord. Get to Mass during the week, participate in Eucharistic adoration or the Stations of the Cross. The same goes for fasting. We have plenty. Even too much. To deprive ourselves can lead to greater dependence on God. Perhaps you can consider attending one of the simple Lenten meals offered in our parishes. Charity forces us to not ignore those who have less. With them Christ Himself identified. May our practice of charity help us to see Him in the poor, suffering, and needy who benefit from our charity. Lent is a call to be better Christians for ourselves, our families and our communities. May this journey of Lent be successful for each of us. May we be renewed and grow in Christ as we travel these 40 days. Most Reverend Dennis J. Sullivan, D.D. Bishop of Camden CATHOLICS ALL OVER THE WORLD. LET US SHOW THEM THAT WE ARE ONE IN FAITH BY SUBSCRIBING TO OUR CHANNEL. https://tinyurl.com/prayunceasingly SUPPORT OUR PRAYER SPONSOR: https://go.onclasrv.com/afu.php?zoneid=1846519 YOUR $1.00 DONATION IS A BIG HELP TO OUR PRAYER WARRIOR COMMUNITY. WE LIFT UP YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT TO THE LORD JESUS. THANK YOU. http://tinyurl.com/prayerwarriorfunds HELP OUR PRAYER WARRIORS RAISE FUNDS TO SUPPORT THEIR DAILY PRAYER LIVES. THANK YOU! https://teespring.com/stores/pray-unceasingly VISIT OUR ANDROID APP OR WEBSITE FOR MORE PRAYERS, CHAPLETS & NOVENAS: https://pray-unceasingly.com https://spiritualfoodtoday.com/ TO MY BROTHERS & SISTERS IN CHRIST: This video is ALSO intended for Persons With Disability (PWD), like me and especially to our blind brothers and sisters. I'm a stroke survivor & my speech was terribly affected. That's why I am using a computerised voice so that I and the blinds can go along with the prayers. We are paid by running ads on our videos to help me and our Prayer Warriors financially, and our channel from spreading the good news. Thank you for your support. Please subscribe to our channel for more prayers and novenas. God Bless You All! #catholicprayers #prayunceasingly #catholicnovenas #lentenprayers
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TRY NOT TO LAUGH (CS:GO)
 
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Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m Christmas II - a service of Lessons & Carols
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The First Sunday after Christmas Day Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
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Christmas Day Mass 2017 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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Christmas Day with Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m. This Wednesday we will have a Mass for the Holy Innocents 6:30p
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A Reflection for Tuesday, Christmas 9, January 2, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
100 Praise & Worship Songs
 
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How Great Is Our God (Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Ed Cash) Mighty To Save (Ben Fielding, Reuben Morgan) Our God (Matt Redman, Chris TOmlin, Jonas Myrin, Jesse Reeves) Blessed Be Your Name (Beth Redman, Matt Redman) Here I Am To Worship (Tim Hughes) Revelation Song (Jennie Lee Riddle) Everlasting God (Brenton Brown, Ken Riley) Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) (Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio, John Newton) Jesus Messiah (Chris Tomlin, Daniel Carson, Jesse Reeves, Ed Cash) In Christ Alone (Stuart Townend, Keith Getty) Your Grace Is Enough (Matt Maher) Forever (Chris Tomlin) Open The Eyes Of My Heart (Paul Baloche) Forever Reign (Reuben Morgan, Jason Ingram) How He Loves (John Mark McMillan) You Are My King (Billy Foote) Holy Is The Lord (Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio) From The Inside Out (Joel Houston) Hosanna (Praise Is Rising) (Paul Baloche}, Brenton Brown) Shout To The Lord (Darlene Zschech) Come Now Is The Time To Worship (Brian Doerksen) The Stand (joel-houston Joel-Houston) Hosanna (Brooke Fraser) Lord I Lift Your Name On High (Rick Founds) Glory To God Forever (Steve Fee, Vicky Beeching) How Great Thou Art (Stuart Wesley Keene Hine) We Fall Down (Chris Tomlin) How Deep The Father's Love For Us (Stuart Townend) Days Of Elijah (Robin Mark) The Heart Of Worship (Matt Redman) You Never Let Go (Matt Redman}, Beth Redman) Happy Day (Ben Cantelon, Tim Hughes) God Of Wonders (Marc Byrd, Steve Hindalong) Beautiful One (Tim Hughes) Your Name (Paul Baloche, Glenn Packiam) You Are My All In All (Dennis Jernigan) Sing To The King (Billy Foote}, Charles Silvester Horne) Lead Me To The Cross (Brooke Fraser) I Give You My Heart (Reuben Morgan) The Wonderful Cross (Jesse Reeves, Chris Tomlin, J. D. Walt, Isaac Watts, Lowell Mason) Better Is One Day (Matt Redman) Your Great Name (Krissy Nordhoff, Michael Neale) Breathe (Marie Barnett) Indescribable (Laura Story) Give Thanks (Henry Smith) Sing Sing Sing (Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Matt Gilder, Daniel Carson, Travis Nunn) Trading My Sorrows (Darrell Evans) You're Worthy Of My Praise (David Ruis) I Will Follow (Reuben Morgan, Chris Tomlin, Jason Ingram) Your Love Never Fails (Chris McClarney, Anthony Skinner) Friend Of God (Michael Gungor, Israel Houghton) Above All (Lenny LeBlanc, Paul Baloche) Great Is Thy Faithfulness (Thomas Obediah Chisholm, William Marion Runyan) Glorious Day (John Wilbur, Chapman, Mark Hall, Michael Bleeker) Today Is The Day (Lincoln Brewster, Paul Baloche) Stronger (Ben Fielding, Reuben Morgan) I Am Free (Jon Egan) Enough (Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio) 10000 Reasons (Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin) All Because Of Jesus (Steve Fee) Our God Saves (Paul Baloche, Brenton Brown) Give Us Clean Hands (Charlie Hall) Draw Me Close (Kelly Carpenter) Lord Reign In Me (Brenton Brown) God Is Able (Ben Fielding, Reuben Morgan) I Will Rise (Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio, Jesse Reeves, Matt Maher) I Love You Lord (Laurie Klein) Shine Jesus Shine (Graham Kendrick) Offering (Paul Baloche) Agnus Dei (Michael W. Smith) You Are Holy (Prince Of Peace) (Marc Imboden, Tammi Rhoton) Marvelous Light (Charlie Hall) He Is Exalted (Twila Paris) As The Deer (Martin Nystrom) You Are Good (Israel Houghton) He Knows My Name (Tommy Walker) Jesus Paid It All (Alex Nifong, Elvina M. Hall, John Thomas Grape) God Of This City (Aaron Boyd, Richard Bleakley, Ian Jordan, Andrew McCann, Peter Kernaghan, Peter Comfort) Worthy Is The Lamb (Darlene Zschech) Victory In Jesus (Eugene M. Bartlett) Sanctuary (John W. Thompson, Randy Scruggs) Love The Lord (Lincoln Brewster) Desert Song (Brooke Fraser) Before the Throne of God Above (Charitie Lees Bancroft, Vikki Cook) How Can I Keep From Singing (Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Matt Redman) Majesty (Jack Hayford) Awesome God (Rich Mullins) All Who Are Thirsty (Brenton Brown}, Glenn Robertson) Came To My Rescue (Joel Davies, Marty Sampson, Dylan Thomas) Joy To The World (Unspeakable Joy) (Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, Matt Gilder, Isaac Watts, George Frederic Handel) One Thing Remains (Brian Johnson, Christa Black, Jeremy Riddle) Wonderful Merciful Savior (Dawn Rodgers, Eric Wyse) Hungry (Kathryn Scott) Hallelujah (Brenton Brown, Brian Doerksen) I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever (Martin Smith) Awesome Is The Lord Most High (Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Cary Pierce, Jon Abel) My Savior My God (Aaron Shust, Dorothy Dora Greenwell) Emmanuel (Bob McGee) Christ Is Risen (Matt Maher) O Praise Him (David Crowder)
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On This Day The First Of Days Sunday Sabbath Traditional Catholic Hymn
 
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Lyrics: On this day, the first of days, God the Father's Name we praise; Who, creation's Lord and Spring Did the world from darkness bring. On this day the eternal Son Over death His triumph won; On this day the Spirit came With His gifts of living flame. O that fervent love today May in every heart have sway, Teaching us to praise aright God, the Source of life and light. Father, who didst fashion me Image of Thyself to be, Fill me with Thy love divine, Let my every thought be Thine. Holy Jesus, may I be Dead and buried here with Thee; And, by love inflamed, arise Unto Thee a sacrifice. Thou, who dost all gifts impart, Shine, sweet Spirit, in my heart; Best of gifts Thyself bestow; Make me burn Thy love to know. God, the blessèd Three in One, Dwell within my heart alone; Thou dost give Thyself to me; May I give myself to Thee.
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Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Reflection for Sunday (Mother's Day) - May 13th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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The 11th day after Trinity - August 12th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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The Feast of Saint James, July 29th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Columbus Day and the Meaning of the Word "Catholic" | Columbia Catholic Ministry #6
 
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Father Daniel O'Reilly discusses the origins of Columbia University's name and how it relates to the meaning of the world "Catholic." Join us on Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/ColumbiaCatholicMinistry
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Catholic Morning Prayer (Slower 2019 Version)
 
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+In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Adoration and Thanksgiving Unto the King of ages, the immortal, invisible, and only God, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen. Heavenly Father, thank you for the innumerable blessing which I have received from your loving kindness, especially for having preserved me this night. Morning Offering O Jesus, through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I offer you my prayers, works, joys and sufferings of this day for all the intentions of Your Sacred Heart, in union with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass throughout the world, in reparation for my sins, for the intentions of all my relatives and friends, and in particular for the intentions of the Holy Father. Amen. (Pope's 2019 Intentions: https://www.popesprayer.va/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/English-2019-def.pdf) Our Father, Who art in heaven, Hallowed be Thy Name. Thy Kingdom come. Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen. Hail Mary, Full of Grace, The Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now, and at the hour of death. Amen. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: As it was in the beginning, is now, and will be forever. Amen. The Apostles’ Creed I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth; and in Jesus Christ, His only Son Our Lord, Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended into Hell; the third day He rose again from the dead; He ascended into Heaven, and sitteth at the right hand of God, the Father almighty; from thence He shall come to judge the living and the dead.I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body and life everlasting. Amen. The Angelus The angel of the Lord declared unto Mary. And she conceived of the Holy Spirit. Hail Mary… Behold the handmaid of the Lord. Be it done unto me according to thy word. Hail Mary… And the WORD was made flesh. And dwelt among us. Hail Mary… Pray for us, O Holy Mother of God That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. Let us Pray: Pour forth, we beseech Thee, O Lord, Thy grace into our hearts; that we to whom the Incarnation of Christ Thy Son was made known by the message of an angel, may by His Passion and cross, be brought to the glory of His resurrection. Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen. Saint Michael Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil; may God rebuke him, we humbly pray; and do thou, O Prince of the heavenly host, by the power of God, thrust into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen. Saint Joseph, pray for us. +Lord Bless Me, protect me from all evil, and bring me to everlasting life. Amen.
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LORD TEACH US TO PRAY, PRAY THEN IN THIS WAY
 
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LORD TEACH US TO PRAY, PRAY THEN IN THIS WAY This prayer is in remembrace of Jesus temptation for 40 days and 40 nights (Matthew 4:2) and for the 40 days between Jesus’ resurrection and ascension (Acts 1:3). YOUR $1.00 DONATION IS A BIG HELP TO OUR PRAYER WARRIOR COMMUNITY. WE LIFT UP YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT TO THE LORD JESUS. THANK YOU. http://tinyurl.com/prayerwarriorfunds Many brothers and sisters are very familiar with the Lord’s Prayer, and we recite it every time we pray: “Our Father which are in heaven, Hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come, Your will be done in earth, as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:9–10). But even though we often recite the Lord’s Prayer, we rarely contemplate the true meaning of the Lord’s Prayer. Which aspects of the truth does the Lord Jesus tell us about through the Lord’s Prayer, what is the Lord’s will, and what mysteries are contained within the Lord’s Prayer? The best way to understand the Lord's Prayer is to break it down line by line. If something seems confusing, you can always consult an authoritative source such as the Catechism of the Catholic Church, which explains the prayer in detail. Our Father: God is "our" Father, the Father not only of Christ but of all of us. We pray to Him as brothers and sisters to Christ, and to one another. Who art in Heaven: God is in Heaven, but that does not mean that He is distant from us. He is exalted above all of Creation, but He is also present throughout Creation. Our true home is with Him. Hallowed be thy name: To "hallow" is to make holy; God's Name is "hallowed," holy, above all others. But this isn't simply a statement of fact—it's a petition to God the Father. As Christians, we desire that all honor God's name as holy, because acknowledging God's holiness draws us into the right relationship with Him. Thy kingdom come: The kingdom of God is His reign over all mankind. It is not simply the objective fact that God is our king, but also our acknowledgment of His reign. We look forward to the coming of His kingdom at the end of time, but we also work toward it today by living our lives as He wishes us to live them. Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven: We work toward the coming of the kingdom of God by conforming our lives to His will. With these words, we petition God to help us know and carry out His will in this life, and for all mankind to do so as well. Give us this day our daily bread: With these words, we petition God to provide us with everything that we need (rather than want). "Our daily bread" is that which is essential for everyday life. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us: This petition is the most challenging part of the Lord's Prayer because it requires us to act before God responds. We have asked Him already to help us know His will and to do it; here, we ask Him to forgive us our sins—but only after we have forgiven the sins of others against us. We beg God to show us mercy, not because we deserve it but rather because we do not; but we must first show mercy toward others, especially when we think that they do not deserve it. And lead us not into temptation: This petition seems puzzling at first, because we know that God does not tempt us; temptation is the work of the devil. Here, knowledge of the Greek word translated into English as "lead" is helpful. As the Catechism of the Catholic Church notes, "the Greek means both 'do not allow us to enter into temptation' and 'do not let us yield to temptation.'" A temptation is a trial; in this petition we ask God to keep us from entering into trials that test our faith and virtue, and to keep us strong when we must face such trials. But deliver us from evil: The English translation again hides the full meaning of this final petition. The "evil" here is not just bad things; in the Greek, it is "the evil one"—that is, Satan himself, the one who tempts us. We pray first not to enter into Satan's trials, and not to yield when he does tempt us, and then we beg God to deliver us from Satan's grasp. source: https://www.thoughtco.com/the-meaning-of-the-lords-prayer-542579 SUPPORT OUR PRAYER SPONSOR: https://go.onclasrv.com/afu.php?zoneid=1846519 YOUR $1.00 DONATION IS A BIG HELP TO OUR PRAYER WARRIOR COMMUNITY. WE LIFT UP YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT TO THE LORD JESUS. THANK YOU. http://tinyurl.com/prayerwarriorfunds HELP OUR PRAYER WARRIORS RAISE FUNDS TO SUPPORT THEIR DAILY PRAYER LIVES. THANK YOU! (Available in US & Europe Only) https://teespring.com/stores/pray-unceasingly VISIT OUR ANDROID APP OR WEBSITE FOR MORE PRAYERS, CHAPLETS & NOVENAS: https://pray-unceasingly.com https://spiritualfoodtoday.com/ CATHOLICS ALL OVER THE WORLD. LET US SHOW THEM THAT WE ARE ONE IN FAITH BY SUBSCRIBING TO OUR CHANNEL. https://tinyurl.com/prayunceasingly #catholicprayers #prayunceasingly #catholicnovenas #lentenprayers
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Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Reflection for Wednesday - November 28th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
The Hexaemeron, Saint Basil The Great, Full-Length Catholic Audiobook
 
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The term Hexameron (Greek: Ἡ Ἑξαήμερος Δημιουργία Hē Hexaēmeros Dēmiourgia) refers either to the genre of theological treatise that describes God's work on the six days of creation or to the six days of creation themselves. Most often these theological works take the form of commentaries on Genesis I. As a genre, hexameral literature was popular in the early church and medieval periods. The word derives its name from the Greek roots hexa-, meaning "six", and hemer-, meaning "day". Using the Genesis account as a template, the days of creation are claimed as follows: Light The firmament of Heaven Separation of water and land, created plant life; Sun, moon, and stars Marine life and birds Land animals, and man and woman. The seventh day is reserved for rest (Sabbath), and so is not counted. Based on this framework, Christian and Jewish authors have written treatises that cover a wide variety of topics, including cosmology, science, theology, theological anthropology, and God's nature. Saint Basil wrote an early and influential series of homilies around 370 AD which figure as the earliest extant Hexameron. Basil originally performed the work as a series of sermons, and later collected them into a written work which was influential among early church leaders. Among the Latin Fathers, Ambrose and Augustine wrote some of the earliest extant hexameral literature. Ambrose's Hexameron is heavily influenced by Basil's work of the same name. In contrast, Augustine of Hippo wrote several works that serve as commentaries on the Genesis narrative, including The Confessions and The Literal Meaning of Genesis (written around 391). One of the more influential elements of Augustine's writings is his argument that God created the world all at once. At the same time, this instantaneous creation included a progression of events. Thus, creation happened over six days and in one single event. Following these figures, medieval writers such as Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventure, and Robert Grosseteste wrote hexameral literature. Basil of Caesarea, also called Saint Basil the Great (Greek: Ἅγιος Βασίλειος ὁ Μέγας, Ágios Basíleios o Mégas; 329 or 330[6] – January 1 or 2, 379), was the Greek bishop of Caesarea Mazaca in Cappadocia, Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey). He was an influential theologian who supported the Nicene Creed and opposed the heresies of the early Christian church, fighting against both Arianism and the followers of Apollinaris of Laodicea. His ability to balance his theological convictions with his political connections made Basil a powerful advocate for the Nicene position. In addition to his work as a theologian, Basil was known for his care of the poor and underprivileged. Basil established guidelines for monastic life which focus on community life, liturgical prayer, and manual labour. Together with Pachomius, he is remembered as a father of communal monasticism in Eastern Christianity. He is considered a saint by the traditions of both Eastern and Western Christianity. Basil, Gregory of Nazianzus, and Gregory of Nyssa are collectively referred to as the Cappadocian Fathers. The Eastern Orthodox Church and Eastern Catholic Churches have given him, together with Gregory of Nazianzus and John Chrysostom, the title of Great Hierarch. He is recognised as a Doctor of the Church in the Roman Catholic Church. He is sometimes referred to by the epithet Ouranophantor (Greek: Οὐρανοφάντωρ), "revealer of heavenly mysteries".
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A Reflection for Friday - October 26th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Reflection for Tuesday - December 4th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
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A Reflection for Wednesday - November 07th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
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A Reflection for Friday, Christmas 11 - January 5th, 2017 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Reflection for Wednesday - December 5th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
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Solemn Evensong & Benediction - September 23rd, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
What Does the Word "Catholic" Mean?
 
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A brief description of the origin and meaning of the name "Catholic" and how "catholic" serves as one of the four marks pointing to the sole Church of Christ. See links in the description for additional information. Music: "Pavane pour une infante défunte" by Maurice Ravel, 1899. Public Domain. Additional Information Read The Catechism of the Catholic Church: http://www.vatican.va/archive/ccc_css/archive/catechism/p123a9p3.htm What "Catholic" means. CCC 830-831 What makes a particular church fully Catholic? CCC 832-835 Who belongs to the Catholic Church? CCC 836-838 The Church and non-Christians. CCC 839-845 "Outside the Church, there is no salvation". CCC 846-848 Missionary nature of catholicity. CCC 849-856 How the Church got her name: http://www.ewtn.com/faith/teachings/churb3.htm Essay on what the name "Catholic" means: http://www.catholic-convert.com/blog/2013/01/30/what-does-the-word-catholic-mean-2/ What "Catholic" means (early church quotes): http://www.catholic.com/tracts/what-catholic-means The Letter of Ignatius to the Smyrnaeans: http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/0109.htm All seven letters of Ignatius: http://www.catholicculture.org/culture/library/view.cfm?recnum=3836 The four marks of the Church: http://catholiceducation.org/articles/religion/re0106.html The three chief points below mark the essentials of Catholic fullness. They are also true of the Eastern Orthodox and smaller Eastern churches which retain a true priesthood and sacraments although they are not in full communion with the Bishop of Rome: "CCC 815 What are these bonds of unity? Above all, charity "binds everything together in perfect harmony." But the unity of the pilgrim Church is also assured by visible bonds of communion: - profession of one faith received from the Apostles; - common celebration of divine worship, especially of the sacraments; - apostolic succession through the sacrament of Holy Orders, maintaining the fraternal concord of God's family." For Orthodox Christians, the extent of papal primacy is still an issue of division with Roman and Eastern Catholics, yet ecumenical dialogue with these "sister churches" is beginning to heal the wounds of separation: http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/speeches/2004/july/documents/hf_jp-ii_spe_20040701_jp-ii-bartholomew-i_en.html The Catholic Church maintains that the primacy of the Chair of St. Peter is not merely an external element that is sometimes helpful to the whole Church but has been and always will be an integral and organic part of the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Faith. Sample early church quotes on papal primacy below: "Ignatius . . . to the church also which holds the presidency, in the location of the country of the Romans, worthy of God, worthy of honor, worthy of blessing, worthy of praise, worthy of success, worthy of sanctification, and, because you hold the presidency in love, named after Christ and named after the Father" -- St. Ignatius Of Antioch, (Letter to the Romans 1:1 [107 A.D.]). Cf. LG 13. "You [the church at Rome] have envied no one, but others you have taught. I desire only that what you have enjoined in your instructions may remain in force" (ibid., 3:1). "For with this church, by reason of its pre-eminence, the whole Church, that is the faithful everywhere, must necessarily be in accord."-- St. Irenaeus of Lyons, (Against Heresies 3:3:2 [189 A.D.]). Cf. Vatican Council I:DS 3057.
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Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Reflection for Wednesday - November 14th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Reflection for Friday - December 7th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Daily Bible Reading 19 March 2019 of Catholic Mass
 
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Daily Bible Reading 19 March 2019 of Catholic Mass https://www.facebook.com/DailyMassBibleReadings/videos/2265932826998394/ https://youtu.be/QBMDu_Myd30 March 19 2019 Solemnity of Saint Joseph, husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary Lectionary: 543 Reading 12 SM 7:4-5A, 12-14A, 16 The LORD spoke to Nathan and said: "Go, tell my servant David, 'When your time comes and you rest with your ancestors, I will raise up your heir after you, sprung from your loins, and I will make his kingdom firm. It is he who shall build a house for my name. And I will make his royal throne firm forever. I will be a father to him, and he shall be a son to me. Your house and your kingdom shall endure forever before me; your throne shall stand firm forever.'" Responsorial PsalmPS 89:2-3, 4-5, 27 AND 29 R. (37) The son of David will live for ever. The promises of the LORD I will sing forever; through all generations my mouth shall proclaim your faithfulness, For you have said, "My kindness is established forever"; in heaven you have confirmed your faithfulness. R. The son of David will live for ever. "I have made a covenant with my chosen one, I have sworn to David my servant: Forever will I confirm your posterity and establish your throne for all generations." R. The son of David will live for ever. "He shall say of me, 'You are my father, my God, the Rock, my savior.' Forever I will maintain my kindness toward him, and my covenant with him stands firm." R. The son of David will live for ever. Reading 2ROM 4:13, 16-18, 22 Brothers and sisters: It was not through the law that the promise was made to Abraham and his descendants that he would inherit the world, but through the righteousness that comes from faith. For this reason, it depends on faith, so that it may be a gift, and the promise may be guaranteed to all his descendants, not to those who only adhere to the law but to those who follow the faith of Abraham, who is the father of all of us, as it is written, I have made you father of many nations. He is our father in the sight of God, in whom he believed, who gives life to the dead and calls into being what does not exist. He believed, hoping against hope, that he would become the father of many nations, according to what was said, Thus shall your descendants be. That is why it was credited to him as righteousness. Verse Before The GospelPS 84:5 Blessed are those who dwell in your house, O Lord; they never cease to praise you. GospeLMT 1:16, 18-21, 24A Jacob was the father of Joseph, the husband of Mary. Of her was born Jesus who is called the Christ. Now this is how the birth of Jesus Christ came about. When his mother Mary was betrothed to Joseph, but before they lived together, she was found with child through the Holy Spirit. Joseph her husband, since he was a righteous man, yet unwilling to expose her to shame, decided to divorce her quietly. Such was his intention when, behold, the angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, “Joseph, son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary your wife into your home. For it is through the Holy Spirit that this child has been conceived in her. She will bear a son and you are to name him Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins.” When Joseph awoke, he did as the angel of the Lord had commanded him and took his wife into his home. OrLK 2:41-51A Each year Jesus’ parents went to Jerusalem for the feast of Passover, and when he was twelve years old, they went up according to festival custom. After they had completed its days, as they were returning, the boy Jesus remained behind in Jerusalem, but his parents did not know it. Thinking that he was in the caravan, they journeyed for a day and looked for him among their relatives and acquaintances, but not finding him, they returned to Jerusalem to look for him. After three days they found him in the temple, sitting in the midst of the teachers, listening to them and asking them questions, and all who heard him were astounded at his understanding and his answers. When his parents saw him, they were astonished, and his mother said to him, “Son, why have you done this to us? Your father and I have been looking for you with great anxiety.” And he said to them, “Why were you looking for me? Did you not know that I must be in my Father’s house?” But they did not understand what he said to them. He went down with them and came to Nazareth, and was obedient to them.
Celebrate Catholic Schools Week 2019 with us in the Diocese of Wollongong!
 
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Join our Catholic Education Diocese of Wollongong (CEDoW) schools in the Illawarra, Macarthur, Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands, and Catholic school communities across NSW, in celebrating Catholic Schools Week (3rd - 9th March 2019)! Our Catholic schools are vibrant places of learning, faith and opportunity. With dedicated teachers and staff, we provide hope-filled places for our young people to develop academically, spiritually and socially within a caring and nurturing Catholic community. Share in the joy of Catholic schooling with us! Many of our schools are hosting open days, activities and special masses/liturgies to showcase some of the wonderful things happening every day in our schools. We warmly invite you to come along. Contact your local school for more information here: https://bit.ly/2GFUaAM Our theme for Catholic Schools Week this year is ‘The future has a name, and that name is HOPE’ – inspired by one of four core values identified in CEDoW’s new ‘Lighting The Way Vision and Strategic Direction 2019-2022’ document – also to be officially launched during the week. Catholic Schools Week also marks part of the annual enrolment period in all our schools. Enrolments are now being accepted - for more information and forms to complete, visit https://bit.ly/2TSC9mR Join us in celebrating Catholic Schools Week and our wonderful Catholic schools! https://www.dow.catholic.edu.au Thank you to the children of St Brigid's Catholic Parish Primary School, Gwynneville for helping voice this message on behalf of our CEDoW community.
Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Reflection for Monday - October 22, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
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The Feast of Saint Mark the Evangelist - Eastertide III - April 22, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.