Day: May 30, 2016

4 Courageous Catholic Chaplains who Received the Medal of Honor

It’s no mistake that the roman collar is the same as the military collar! These brave men served with distinction and honor and were therefore awarded our nation’s highest decoration, the Medal of Honor. Here’s their story and citations, courtesy of V for Victory! blog.   Lt. Comdr. Joseph Timothy O’Callahan, U.S. Navy (World War II) …

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One Tear from Blessed Virgin Statue Sparks Pilgrimages

A new pilgrimage destination has been named, thanks to the power of the internet. Word of a Virgin Mary statue in Floridablanca, Colombia, has gotten out, attracting religious aficionados due to one peculiar feature: A bloody “tear-drop” that appears to be running down her cheek. Members of the community, who pray at the statue daily, …

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4 American Catholic Priests Who Truly Memorialize Honor and Heroism

On Memorial Day we remember those who have given their lives in service to our country, for us and for our freedom. Highlighting a few priests who also served our country, two of these also gave their lives in service of the sacraments and the lives of the men on the battlefield to whom they ministered.   …

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Support Josephine Rose, Diagnosed with Leukemia

In case you didn’t know, Catholic author Devin Rose‘s (The Protestant’s Dilemma) daughter Josephine was diagnosed with Leukemia recently. As Catholics, we aren’t anything if not a solid support system for one another. When it became known to our team of Josephine’s predicament, we knew what we had to do and with Devin’s support we’ve set …

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