\" Capacitated For Living Baptismally: Martyrial Living, Liturgical Asceticism, and Quotidian Existence\"" Capacitated For Living Baptismally: Martyrial Living, Liturgical Asceticism, and Quotidian Existence"
Capacitated For Living Baptismally: Martyrial Living, Liturgical Asceticism, and Quotidian Existence”
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A tour of a Catholic ChurchA tour of a Catholic Church
Father, we knew about Stations and could answer some of their questions. But most of these things we just ‘grew up with' and never really questioned why or where they came from. What can we tell our friends when they ask us these kinds of
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Red Bank Catholic High SchoolRed Bank Catholic High School
Red Bank Catholic fosters an environment of Catholic values based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, respecting all human life and the dignity of every individual, and pursuing the leadership that is at the core of our tradition
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Letter of the rector majorLetter of the rector major
The feast of the Immaculate Conception is always a reminder to us of our Salesian origins and an occasion of fresh hope for the future. This year I spent the 8th of December with our boys at Arese
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Human Suffering and the Paschal MysteryHuman Suffering and the Paschal Mystery
Suffering presents one of the greatest challenges to faith. Why would God allow suffering if he loved us? Why would God the Father send His Son to have to suffer? How could there be a hell if God wants everyone to be saved?
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Was Mother Teresa a True Christian?Was Mother Teresa a True Christian?
Enlarged April 13, 2011 first published via the fbis april 12, 2000, from the article "Is Mother Teresa an Evangelical Christian" that first appeared in
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