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The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
On this feast day, let us remember Mary, Mother of the Church by reciting a few prayers to the Blessed Virgin Mary, including The Angelus: The Angelus V. The angel of the Lord declared unto Mary. R. And she conceived of the Holy Spirit. (Hail Mary) V. Behold the handmaid of the Lord. R. B...

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The Memorial of The Passion of St. John the Baptist
The Church, having celebrated the earthly birthday of St. John the Baptist on June 24, today honors the anniversary of his martyrdom. Besides our Lord and our Lady, St. John the Baptist is the only one whose birth and death are thus celebrated. Today's Gospel relates the circumstances of his exe...

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Exemplars of Knighthood

Posted on August 14, 2022 in: Catholic Life

Exemplars of Knighthood
Source 8/1/2022 Supreme Knight’s Award Session recognizes International Program Award winners, Family of the Year, and the first recipient of the Blessed Michael McGivney Medal The Knights of Columbus welcomed guests to its 140th Supreme Convention with the Supreme Knight’s Awar...

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Aug 13th; Our Founder's Feast Day
Supreme Knight's Letter on Founder's Feast Day Brother Knights, Today is a historic day for the Knights of Columbus and for the Catholic Church — it is the first feast day of our Founder, Blessed Michael McGivney. This is a day of celebration, reflection and prayer. The Church...

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Busy Parents! Call on Saint Benedict
Source Saint Benedict was born in Nursia in central Italy around the year 480. He was born to a noble family, and after being homeschooled, he was sent to Rome to complete his education. The teenaged Benedict was already turning toward the Lord, and when he went to Rome, he was disappointed and d...

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HOPE AFTER LOSS

Posted on July 14, 2022 in: Catholic Life

HOPE AFTER LOSS
The Church and loved ones can support grieving parents following miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss By Laura and Franco Fanucci "How many kids do you have?” The simplest question is still the hardest. Do we give the easy answer or the honest one? Eight years ago, we lost a b...

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The Mystery of Faith

Posted on June 19, 2022 in: Catholic Life

The Mystery of Faith
At the heart of our worship is belief in the holy Eucharist, the source and summit of the Christian life By Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William E. Lori WITH EACH MONTH, our hope grows stronger that the COVID-19 pandemic will pass into the history books. Parish priests would like nothing better...

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MANY CULTURES, ONE FAITH

Posted on June 15, 2022 in: Catholic Life

MANY CULTURES, ONE FAITH
By: Mike Mastromatteo Father Michel Chalhoub of Jesus the King Melkite Catholic Church in Thornhill, Ontario, blesses the congregation. The establishment of the Knights’ first Melkite/Arab Christian council near Toronto adds new meaning to the international fraternal organization’s...

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Seven ways to foster vocations in the family
Seven ways to foster vocations in the family By Father Ryan O'Neill “What do you want to be when you grow-up?” This is one of the all-time most popular questions for children when they go to visit the relatives for Thanksgiving or Christmas. At least, when I was a kid, thi...

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PENTECOST IS PERSONAL

Posted on June 05, 2022 in: Catholic Life

PENTECOST IS PERSONAL
We have a mission like the first apostles By Gerald Korson The Descent of the Holy Ghost by Titian (1488 - 1576) in church Santa Maria della Salute, Venice. Credit: Getty Images You’ve got the spirit — the Holy Spirit. What are you doing with it? At the first Pentecost, ten day...

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