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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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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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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
Passion - Glorious Day (Live/Lyrics And Chords) ft. Kristian Stanfill
 
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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 TAG
 
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In this video I talk about all the holy days this week plus a giveaway! Also I have see a Catholic Tag going around and I love it! Also I answer the 10 Catholic Questions in the Tag! Follow me on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/acatholicmomslife/ Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/acatholicmomslife/ Pinterest at https://www.pinterest.com/acatholicmomslife/ Collapsible LED Lantern https://amzn.to/2Sk8AKv Catholic Mothers UK Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/catholic.mothers/?ref=bookmarks Overnight Mom https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmnDzXZZmudVezNK4M3vTlQ A Common Life https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4zsjxGSfl4FiYcxJO_4H_Q Catholic Tag questions 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? To learn more about the Catholic faith please click on the links below Catholic Answers https://www.youtube.com/user/catholiccom Relevant radio https://relevantradio.com/ EWTN is Catholic TV on Cable http://www.ewtn.com/ Patrick Madrid http://patrickmadrid.com/ My Catholic Favorites Catholic Journaling Bible Blessed Is She https://amzn.to/2uMtqrB The Catholic Catechism https://amzn.to/2Ly1npE 33 Days morning Glory Consecration to Mary https://amzn.to/2Lxwf9H Consoling The Heart Of Jesus Book https://amzn.to/2LvOXyh Catholic Mom Prayer Book https://amzn.to/2M3OMve Rosary Meditation for Moms https://amzn.to/2OiSZrJ Crucifix of Jesus on the Cross https://amzn.to/2LFkKx6 Miraculous Medal https://amzn.to/2nEt16O Thinking about being Catholic playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIiyWbQZBuE&list=PLV7v_81j_oZai0nHWqcHRtA6Co9n_tpub Video for confession https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tL92QShJZo&t=97s Rosary help! How to pray the Rosary video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhL2i31EF90&t=342s Favorite Rosary App is called irosary Rosary to pray https://amzn.to/2LjyCO2 A Little About Me & This Channel Hello thanks for stopping by my channel! I'm Heather and I'm a Catholic wife and mom of 3 boys and a baby girl! I hope my channel will inspire others to grow more in love with God! I try to keep it positive here on this channel! I will be sharing all kind of videos from faith, mommy tips and tricks, testimonies, NFP, lifestyle, family and even some Catholic vlogs here and there. Hope you enjoy! God bless you! SUBSCRIBE for new videos 2-3 times a week https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBPwe61hWru6AN8ZzyY-KwA To contact me email [email protected] *Nothing in this video is sponsored! The products I do show or have links too I genuinely enjoy! I am a part of the amazon affiliate program.
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Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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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.
Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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Thursday - February 22, 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, Christmas 9, January 2, 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 Presentation of the BVM - February, 4th, 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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Christmas Day with 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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Saint Paul's Conversion - January 28th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) - Matt Redman (Best Worship Song Ever) (with Lyrics)
 
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Matt Redman - Ten Thousand Reasons (10,000 Reasons) (Bless the Lord), New Album - 10,000 reasons, Year: 2011 Bless the Lord, O my soul O my soul Worship His holy name Sing like never before O my soul I'll worship Your holy name The sun comes up, it's a new day dawning It's time to sing Your song again Whatever may pass, and whatever lies before me Let me be singing when the evening comes Bless the Lord, O my soul O my soul Worship His holy name Sing like never before O my soul I'll worship Your holy name You're rich in love, and You're slow to anger Your name is great, and Your heart is kind For all Your goodness I will keep on singing Ten thousand reasons for my heart to find Bless the Lord, O my soul O my soul Worship His holy name Sing like never before O my soul I'll worship Your holy name And on that day when my strength is failing The end draws near and my time has come Still my soul will sing Your praise unending Ten thousand years and then forevermore Bless the Lord, O my soul O my soul Worship His holy name Sing like never before O my soul I'll worship Your holy name Jesus, I'll worship Your holy name Lord, I'll worship Your holy name Sing like never before O my soul I'll worship Your holy name Jesus, I'll worship Your holy name I'll worship Your holy name http://www.heavenvisit.com
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Gregorian calendar – catholic property/name/death calendar
 
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www.losethename.com Jolly Dee interviews Kurt. 3rd of January 2015 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/justusradionetwork/2015/01/04/knoware-in-time-walking-the-talk-with-kurt
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Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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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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A Reflection for Thursday - April 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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A Reflection for Tuesday - April 10th, 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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Saint James - Gospel & Homily - July 29th, 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 - April 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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A Reflection for Tuesday - November 20th, 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 Sunday - September 16th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Sabbath Days for February 2019
 
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Monday, January 7th, 2019 Was a New Moon Day. (The Beginning of the 11th Biblical Moonth ). Which is also a Worship Day according to (Ezekiel 46:1-3. Psalm 81:3..2 Chronicle 2:4. Isayah 66:22-23. 1 Samuel 20. Colossians 2:1-16). This means that the Next four Saturdays will be the Sabbath days. The First Sabbath of the Lunar month will be on Monday, Jan 14th. 2019. The Second Sabbath will be on Monday, Jan 21st. 2019. The third Sabbath will be on Monday, Jan 28th. 2019. The Fourth and the last Sabbath will be on. Monday, February 4th. 2019. The Next New Moon Day will be on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019. DOWNLOAD THE COMING KINGDOM APP. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.comingkingdomapp Please feel free to click on the link below to Watch My Presentation about the Lunar Calendar/Sabbath LUNAR SABBATH PERFECTLY EXPLAINED. https://youtu.be/0oFPr6JsFuA. THE DAY BEGINS FROM DAWN TO DAWN. https://youtu.be/wfsdGnPCajU. DOWNLOAD THE BOOK OF ENOCH (ANDROID APP) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=book.of.enoch.AOVIPEIRWTPHUGPQB&hl=en DOWNLOAD THE BOOK OF ENOCH ( PDF). https://www.yahwehsword.org/book-of-enoch/book-enoch-restored-name-download.pdf WORLDWIDE NEW MOON DAY REPORT WEBSITE. http://www.truthofyahweh.org/moon.htm CURRENT MOON PHASE PHONE APP. Check out "Phases of the Moon Free" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.universetoday.moon.free. Skype Link. Coming Kingdom Broadcast would like to chat with you on Skype. Go to https://join.skype.com/invite/JnVk3MS7MkbN If You have Any Question about my videos, Please Contact Me. call / text / Twitter or SKYPE or Whatsapp. + 1 909 653 2567 Email - Coming Kingdom Broadcast @Gmail.com. To find/call me from Skype, Search Skype with my email. Fellow me on Twitter. @Coming Kingdom
Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Thanksgiving Day Reflection - November 22, 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 Monday - October 29th, 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 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 Monday - October 1st, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
SAINT CHARBEL The Movie , High Definition HD , CATHOLIC
 
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Engaging with an international audience, celebrating the legacy of Saint Charbel. “…a hermit of the Lebanese mountain is inscribed in the number of the blessed, a new eminent member of monastic sanctity is enriching, by his example and his intercession, the entire Christian people. May he make us understand, in a world largely fascinated by wealth and comfort, the paramount value of poverty, penance and asceticism, to liberate the soul in its ascent to God…” Pope Paul VI, October 9, 1977 Lebanon – December 16, 1898 – An elderly priest heaves his way to the altar of a small secluded monastery on the majestic hills of Annaya to pray his last sermon before forever dedicating his soul to the miraculous healing of mankind. As he prepares to meet the Lord, Charbel’s entire life parades in his mind’s eye, flashes of memory that tell tales of dedication to Christ, devout inspiration, clairvoyance and wisdom, within a Lebanon torn by Turkish occupation and human suffering. May 8, 1828: In a small hut perched amidst the hills and meadows of North Lebanon’s serene village of Biqa-Kafra, baby Joseph is born to a family of 5 brothers and sisters. His father, enslaved like many others by the onerous Turkish regime, soon finds his death on the fields of slavery while Joseph was still an infant. His mother soon re-married, Joseph lived with his brothers at their paternal uncle’s home for much of their childhood years. He was to be re-united for a brief moment with his mother at the age of 6. Joseph grew up an independent child, shepherding, assisting the family, and devoting much of his days to prayer. At 12 years of age, he discovered his recluse at the now sacred cave of Biqa–Kafra, a venue where he sought serenity, a prayer refuge where symbolism has now become a relic of sainthood frequented by hundreds of thousands of believers every year. As a young man, Joseph was challenged by many a worldly influence, including the powers of evil. His solitary passion for religious wisdom only seemed to grow by the day, until he let down the curtain on a whole episode of his life once he visited Our Lady of Lebanon Monastery (north of Byblos) at the age of 23. All feelings and senses were now turned to the source of life, and there emerged a new direction that was marked throughout by sacrifice. Renouncing life with the family he sincerely loved was the cornerstone of all sacrifices as Joseph took the critical decision to become a novice at the Monastery, seeking that most precious love of all, the Altar. At 25, Joseph pronounced the monastic vows of poverty, chastity and obedience at St. Maron Monastery, studied philosophy and theology at the Monastery of Kiffan, finally receiving his ordination to priesthood in 1853. Joseph was now Charbel, a name that is to be later cherished by millions across the globe. Modesty, wisdom and obedience shaped his character as Charbel vowed for a life of scarcity dedicated to prayer. Many a historical event and many a human life were touched by his presence throughout almost two decades of living at the Monastery. Earning the privilege to finally experience a life of solitude, Father Charbel, now a middle-aged priest, vowed to continue a life of seclusion as a hermit of St. Peter and Paul hermitage on Mount Annaya, dedicating an undivided heart to Christ. Prayer and contemplation, frequent fasting and manual labor shaped the rest of his days. The life and times of 19th century Lebanon parade through as Charbel begins to manifest extraordinary gifts of healing and clairvoyance. From the lantern miracle to healing through prayer, his active spirit embarked on healing pains and reaching souls long before his death. As with every night throughout his 23 years of hermitage, Father Charbel unwaveringly spent his last night before Christmas 1898 in church, lying down, this time neither awake nor asleep, but releasing his soul to God for an eternal awakening. His death was only the beginning of life-long dedication to Christ. His mission on earth had only started. The extraordinary brightness surrounding Charbel’s grave was only the beginning of a series of miracles that manifested through time. His body was observed to be continuously secreting blood-like liquid on each of the four occasions when his grave was opened, while showing no signs of deterioration. To date, St. Charbel continues to touch the lives of many, as if watching over humanity, by the power of God healing and guiding both body and soul.
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Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Reflection for Monday - September 10th, 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 Holy Tuesday Reflection - March 27th, 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 - October 30, 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 Saturday - December 8th, 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 Holy Gospel and Homily for Christmas I Sunday 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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Full Service - Saint Mary Magdalene - July 22nd, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Catholic TV Mass Online December 30, 2018: Feast of the Holy Family
 
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Presider: Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki Choir: Pius XI TEXT FROM THE GOSPEL AND HOMILY The Lord be with you. And with your spirit. A reading from the Holy Gospel according to Saint Luke. Glory to you o Lord. 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; and his mother kept all these things in her heart. And Jesus advanced in wisdom and age and favor before God and man. The Gospel of the Lord. Praise to you Lord Jesus Christ. Today is the Feast of the Holy Family. It’s comforting to realize that Mary, Joseph and the boy Jesus had experiences just like us. All families with their own idiosyncrasies but the question remains: how do you lose Jesus? A few years ago I mentioned how common it was for those who traveled with their extended families to take for granted that their younger children might be with their cousins or aunts or uncles. One family told me after I had presented that, that traveling with their 6 children they stopped at an oasis and after fueling they went on their way only to discover that their daughter was back at the oasis enjoying the sights! Needless to say, she received an earful from her worried parents and siblings. There's nothing more disturbing than to discover a child missing. We know the importance of a relationship and the life of a young family member is so precious. We all hold our breath and say a prayer at the announcement of an amber alert and breathe a sigh of relief when the child is found. In the case of Jesus we find him in the temple, the house of his father, an obvious place to discover Jesus. I would offer that it’s a good place to start for anyone who is looking for Jesus especially if they have lost him in their own personal lives. Families are natural connections that last a lifetime. It's an association, a blood. It is the blood of Christ that makes us family. He died for our sins and he gave Mary to us as mother, entrusting her to the care of the young apostle John. The best sense of church, I believe, is family in fact, the family is referred to by the church and its teachers as a domestic church. It is here that the faith is nurtured. The relationship with Jesus grows and love for neighbor is supported. As Saint Paul states and whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the father through him. For blessed are those who fear the Lord and walk in his ways. Always be a family of love. Entrance: Infant Holy, Infant Lowly Text: Polish carol; para. by Edith M. G. Reed, 1885-1933 Tune: W ZLOBIE LEZY, 44 7 44 7 4444 7; Polish carol; harm. by A. E. Rusbridge, 1917-1969 ©Bristol Churches Housing Assoc. Ltd. Psalm 128: Blest Are Those Who Love You Text: Psalm 128:1-2, 3, 5; Marty Haugen Music: Marty Haugen; antiphon II adapt. by Diana Kodner ©1987, 1993, GIA Publications, Inc. Preparation: Ave Maria Communion: Candlelight Carol Copyright © 1985 By Oxford University Press All rights reserved. Communion: Angels We Have Heard On High Text: Les anges now campagnes; French carol, c. 18th C.; tr. from Crown of Jesus Music, London, 1862 Tune: GLORIA, 7 7 7 7 with refrain; French carol Gloria – Mass of a Holy Night Based on GLORIA © 2010 Jeff Honore Mass Setting: Mass of Creation Tune: Marty Haugen © 1984, 1985, 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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Sabaton - The Last Stand (Music Video)
 
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Deus Vult! (Read the description for lyrics) The song is about the brave 189 Swiss Guard soldiers during the sacking of Rome in 1527. Movie: The Kingdom of Heaven and Arn the Knight Templar Help Sabaton out by buying the Album! https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/the-last-stand/id1120740483 Lyrics for The Last Stand In the heart of holy see In the home of Christianity The seat of power is in danger There's a foe of a thousand swords They've been abandoned by their lords Their fall from grace will pave their path to damnation Then the 189 In the service of heaven They're protecting the holy line It was 1527 gave their lives on the steps to heaven Thy will be done For the grace for the might of our lord For the home of the holy For the faith for the way of the sword Gave their lives so boldly For the grace for the might of our lord In the name of his glory For the faith for the way of the sword Come and tell their story again Under guard of 42 Along a secret avenue Castel Saint'Angelo is waiting They're the guards of the holy see They're the guards of Christianity Their path to history is paved with salvation Then the 189 In the service of heaven They're protecting the holy line It was 1527 gave their lives on the steps to heaven Thy will be done For the grace for the might of our lord For the home of the holy For the faith for the way of the sword Gave their lives so boldly For the grace for the might of our lord In the name of his glory For the faith for the way of the sword Come and tell their story again Dying for salvation with dedication No capitulation annihilation Papal commendation reincarnation Heaven is your destination In the name of God For the grace for the might of our lord For the home of the holy For the faith for the way of the sword Gave their lives so boldly For the grace for the might of our lord In the name of his glory For the faith for the way of the sword Come and tell their story Gave their lives so boldly Come and tell the Swiss Guards' story again All rights to Sabaton and Nuclear Blast Records http://www.sabaton.net/ http://www.nuclearblast.de/en/ "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." Music is used for entertainment purposes ONLY. Copyright infringement not intended. Used on a non-profit video.
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How to SURVIVE Private/Catholic School! Back to School | Coco Chinelo
 
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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.
Fifty Spiritual Homilies, Saint Macarius Of Egypt, Full Catholic Audiobook
 
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Macarius the Great of Egypt (c. 300 – 391) was one of the Desert Fathers of early Christian history. A wealth of wisdom and joy can be found in these homilies. Macarius of Egypt was an Egyptian Christian monk and hermit. He is also known as Macarius the Elder, Macarius the Great and The Lamp of the Desert. Macarius is a saint in the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches. Macarius of Egypt founded a monastery that bears his name, the Monastery of Saint Macarius the Great,[3] which has been continuously inhabited by monks since its foundation in the fourth century. St. Macarius’ face used to be enlightened with grace in an amazing way to the extent that many fathers testified that his face used to glow in the dark; and thus appeared his name as “the glowing lantern.” This description was transferred to his monastery, and thus it was called “the glowing lantern of the wilderness” or “the glowing monastery,” which meant the place of high wisdom and constant prayer.[3] Today it belongs to the Coptic Orthodox Church. The entirety of the Nitrian Desert is sometimes called the Desert of Macarius, for he was the pioneer monk in the region. The ruins of numerous monasteries in this region almost confirm the local tradition that the cloisters of Macarius were equal in number to the days of the year. Macarius died in the year 391. After his death, the natives of his village of Shabsheer stole the body and built a great church for him in their village. Pope Michael V of Alexandria brought the relics of Saint Macarius back to the Nitrian Desert on 19 Mesori. Today, the body of Saint Macarius is found in his monastery, the Monastery of Saint Macarius the Great in Scetes, Egypt.
By All Your Saints Still Striving Feast Day Catholic Hymn
 
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Lyrics: (This just happens to have St. Nicholas as the 2nd verse. There is a generic 2nd verse, which is what I am singing in the video, that I can't find right now to post here.) By all your saints still striving For all your saints at rest, Your holy name, O Jesus, Forevermore be blest! You rose, our King victorious, That they might wear the crown And ever shine in splendor Reflected from your throne. With joy your Church remembers Saint Nicholas, the blest, Who gave up earthly treasures And Jesus' name confessed. The poor and weak he welcomed, The heretic he scorned; Through faith and life and preaching, Christ's Gospel he adorned. Then let us praise the Father And worship God the Son And sing to God the Spirit, Eternal Three in One, Till all the ransomed number Who stand before the throne, Ascribe all power and glory And praise to God alone.
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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.
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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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".
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!”
Daily Bible Reading 23 November 2017 of Catholic Mass Thanksgiving Day
 
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Daily Bible Reading 23 November 2017 of Catholic Mass Thanksgiving Day November 23, 2017 - Thanksgiving Day Thanksgiving Day Lectionary: 943-947 The following are a selection of the readings that may be used on this day. Reading 1SIR 50:22-24 And now, bless the God of all, who has done wondrous things on earth; Who fosters people's growth from their mother's womb, and fashions them according to his will! May he grant you joy of heart and may peace abide among you; May his goodness toward us endure in Israel to deliver us in our days. Responsorial PsalmPS 145:2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11 R. (see 1) I will praise your name for ever, Lord. Every day will I bless you, and I will praise your name forever and ever. Great is the LORD and highly to be praised; his greatness is unsearchable. R. I will praise your name for ever, Lord. Generation after generation praises your works and proclaims your might. They speak of the splendor of your glorious majesty and tell of your wondrous works. R. I will praise your name for ever, Lord. They discourse of the power of your terrible deeds and declare your greatness. They publish the fame of your abundant goodness and joyfully sing of your justice. R. I will praise your name for ever, Lord. The LORD is gracious and merciful, slow to anger and of great kindness. The LORD is good to all and compassionate toward all his works. R. I will praise your name for ever, Lord. Let all your works give you thanks, O LORD, and let your faithful ones bless you. Let them discourse of the glory of your Kingdom and speak of your might. R. I will praise your name for ever, Lord. Reading 21 COR 1:3-9 Brothers and sisters: Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. I give thanks to my God always on your account for the grace of God bestowed on you in Christ Jesus, that in him you were enriched in every way, with all discourse and all knowledge, as the testimony to Christ was confirmed among you, so that you are not lacking in any spiritual gift as you wait for the revelation of our Lord Jesus Christ. He will keep you firm to the end, irreproachable on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ. God is faithful, and by him you were called to fellowship with his Son, Jesus Christ our Lord. Alleluia1 THES 5:18 R. Alleluia, alleluia. In all circumstances, give thanks, for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus. R. Alleluia, alleluia. GospelLK 17:11-19 As Jesus continued his journey to Jerusalem, he traveled through Samaria and Galilee. As he was entering a village, ten persons with leprosy met him. They stood at a distance from him and raised their voices, saying, "Jesus, Master! Have pity on us!" And when he saw them, he said, "Go show yourselves to the priests." As they were going they were cleansed. And one of them, realizing he had been healed, returned, glorifying God in a loud voice; and he fell at the feet of Jesus and thanked him. He was a Samaritan. Jesus said in reply, "Ten were cleansed, were they not? Where are the other nine? Has none but this foreigner returned to give thanks to God?" Then he said to him, "Stand up and go; your faith has saved you."
"The Roman Catholic Church in History" by Walter Martin: 1. Pope Peter? 2. Catholic Tradition
 
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The first two chapters of Walter Martin's book on Roman Catholicism called, "The Roman Catholic Church in History" are here presented. Walter Martin (September 10, 1928 -- June 26, 1989), was an American Evangelical minister, author, and Christian apologist who founded the Christian Research Institute in 1960 as a para-church ministry specializing as a clearing-house of information in both general Christian apologetics and in countercult apologetics. Walter authored such works as: "Jehovah of the Watchtower," " The Rise of the Cults," "The Maze of Mormonism," "Essential Christianity: A Handbook of Basic Christian Doctrines," "The Riddle of Reincarnation," "The New Age Cult," "Walter Martin's Cults Reference Bible," the classic "The Kingdom of the Cults, " & others. Walter Martin debated the famous atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair on national radio (to hear some of these debates go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL640E505B96CD6B39). Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel: CANSWERSTV at http://www.youtube.com/user/CAnswersTV; websites: http://www.BibleQuery.org, http://www.HistoryCart.com & http://www.MuslimHope.com) is happy to present this audio presentation of Walter Martin's excellent analysis of the Roman Catholic religion based on lectures he gave at Calvary Baptist Church in New York City in 1958 & 1959. The narration for Walter's book is by Dan Rosema. Chapter One - The Papacy, Was Peter the First Pope? "To study the papacy is to learn a valuable lesson - to learn that when we surrender to men what we are commanded to surrender only to the Holy Spirit, spiritual tyranny and slavery of the human mind and the souls of men can come about." - page 23 "The Scripture then, plainly speaks of a Holy Father but the Scripture speaks of but one Holy Father. The Scripture speaks exclusively of the God and Father of the Lord Jesus Christ! The Roman Catholic Church has therefore taken the very title of God Himself and has bestowed it upon sinful men. They have given to every succeeding pope the title, "Holy Father," and yet the Scripture says there is but one Holy Father and out of the mouth of Jesus Christ, His Son, this title is given to God His Father. "Holy Father, keep in Thy name those whom Thou hast given me." - page 9 Chapter Two - Catholic Tradition and the Bible "The very things which we are supposed to accept as valid traditions from the apostles are contradicted by the writings of the same apostles. Therefore, the Christian is faced with a problem; Which should he accept? Should he accept the Scriptures, admittedly the Word of God, or should he accept tradition in place of Scripture? You cannot have both if they are contradictory and they most certainly are, in not a few instances." - pages 25-26 "Friends, this is as true today as it was when it was spoken by the Lord Jesus Christ. The Roman Church has elevated tradition, upon which all of this is based to an equal plane with Scripture. This is what Jesus was talking about here in Mark 7:8: "You do nullify the commandments of God that you may keep your own tradition." The Roman Church in effect nullifies the good doctrine of the Gospel by adding its traditions or commandments of men. Herein lies the deadly parallel to Judaism mentioned by our Lord in Mark 7." - page 39 According to Webster's Dictionary, "to nullify" means to make void or lose validity. Martin's choice of words couldn't have been better, for that is exactly what the Roman Catholic Church does, it makes void the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Do we today consider Judaism or the Judaizers of Galatians chapter one to be a true Christian church? Of course not! Can a "church" that is considered to be "Christian" nullify the Gospel of Christ & remain a true Christian church? Our only answer can only be absolutely not! Galatians 1:6-9 states, " I am amazed that you are so quickly deserting Him who called you by the grace of Christ, for a different gospel; 7 which is really not another; only there are some who are disturbing you and want to distort the gospel of Christ. 8 But even if we, or an angel from heaven, should preach to you a gospel contrary to what we have preached to you, he is to be accursed! 9 As we have said before, so I say again now, if any man is preaching to you a gospel contrary to what you received, he is to be accursed!" The Roman Catholic Church teaches a doctrine similar to that of the Judaizers of the New Testament in this way: its doctrine is a mixture of law and grace. At the Council of Trent in the 16th century, the Catholic Church explicitly denied the idea of salvation by faith alone. Catholics have always held that the sacraments of their religion are necessary for salvation. The works considered necessary may have changed, but both Judaizers and Catholics attempt to merit God’s grace through the performance of ritualistic acts thus bringing themselves under the divine curse of Galatians 1:6-9.
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Here I am to Worship/Call - Hllsong (with Lyrics/Subtitles) (Worship Song)
 
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Hillsong Album Hope, 2003, Name of Song: Here I am to Worship / Call To purchase this song in itunes, https://itunes.apple.com/vg/album/hope/id114466021 Light of the World You stepped down into darkness Opened my eyes Let me see Beauty that made this heart adore You Hope of life spent with You Here I am to worship Here I am to bow down Here I am to say that You're my God You're altogether lovely Altogether worthy Altogether wonderful to me King of all days Oh so highly exalted Glorious in heaven above Humbly You came to the earth You created All for love's sake became poor I'll never know how much it cost To see my sin upon that cross. Call upon the name of The Lord and be saved http://www.heavenvisit.com
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Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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The Mass - Saint Michael and All Angels - September 30th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.
Holly Name Of Jesus CATHOLIC CHURCH WEST PALM BEACH
 
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Cette vidéo traite de Holly NAME OF JESUS
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Holy Name Community Catholic Church
 
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A Reflection for Thursday - September 13th, 2018 Traditional Liturgy Mass, Music, Anthems, Homily 9:30 a.m. Sunday's - High Holy Days 6:30 p.m.

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