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Archbishop Cupich: Kasper's proposal 'very rich theologically'

"I have the impression that many supporters of this modernity, are in fact thinking about changing doctrine, yet calling it a change in Church discipline. It is a disturbing point in these discussions, for it is strongly emphasized: "we accept the entire doctrine", but there immediately follows a suggestion that doctrine has nothing to do with it. This is greatly worrying me, for one and the other are saying that they want no change in doctrine. From where then, are arising these practices … [More]





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The Gift of the Magi

A poor couple wanted to enrich each other for Christmas. She wanted to bring him joy by buying him a new bracelet for his ancient watch, since she did not have money she did it at the expense of cutting her long hair. He in turn sold that precious watch from his grandfather and bought her some combs for her beautiful hair. On Christmas Day their mutual gifts were useless. But their love saved their relationship throughout their whole life.



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The Little Old Lady

The old lady was smart.
Nevertheless, the atheist did a good deed to feed the hungry woman.
He might convert in future and he won't exmperience hell just purgatory from where there is only one way and thus he will join the poor woman in heaven.





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Catechists in Action: Meet Chris, an Eighth-Grade Catechist

So glad they teach the term of TRANSUBSTANTIATION (unfortunatelly misspoken in the video)!
The Catholic Church believes in transubstantiation: the substance of bread and wine change while the accidents usually remain (weight, shape, taste, color, smell etc.), unlike the heretical view of consubstantiation (a parallel presence of both of bread and Body, wine and Blood) or pure transfinalization (a change of meaning of the Eucharistic elements).
The Council of Trent stated that the term "transubs… [More]





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Why I Love Religion, And Love Jesus || Spoken Word

At the conversion of St. Paul: Christ ~ the Church:
'Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting me? It is hard for you to kick against the goads.'
Then I asked, ‘Who are you, Lord?’
‘I am Jesus, whom you are persecuting,’ the Lord replied.