Daphnie Vega

I’m a Journalism student at Penn State University and look forward to graduating. I love reading about early Church history, especially the ecumenical councils of the Church and I love learning about the lives of the saints. I consider myself a baby in the Faith since I have only been a practicing Catholic for less than three years. Regardless, I have fallen truly in love with Christ and His Church. Ever since coming back to the Church I have been discerning religious life, and although things aren’t always clear I know where God is calling me after this short life is over: Eternal life with Him.

EWTN Has an Awesome Game That Teaches Your Kid About Mass, Church, and the Catholic Life

EWTN is one of the best resources for Catholics and non-Catholics to go to for answers about faith, and they have never failed to amaze me with their awesome content. Recently, I discovered that EWTN has an online game dedicated to help kids learn a little bit more about saints, prayer, the Bible, (church insides) and even …

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Mother Angelica’s Condition Still Delicate

Since late November 2015, when she was placed on a feeding tube, Mother Angelica’s health has been steadily declining. According to EWTN on February 22, Mother Angelica’s “condition remains delicate and she receives devoted care day and night by her sisters and nurses.” She is still, however, staying at Our Lady of the Angels Monastery. Although plagued by …

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If Ecumenical Councils Were Action Films

Beginning in the early fourth century, the Church was faced with theological discrepancies, and to confirm the true orthodox Faith ecumenical councils were born. Through its 1,690 year history of ecumenical councils, the Catholic Church has held 21 councils in various locations ranging from modern day Turkey to the motherland, Rome. Many people are unaware that …

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Francis

Papal Visit to Africa Stirs Up Controversy

Controversies have arisen after Pope Francis’ first papal visit to Africa. As a consequence, the secular media has twisted the pope’s words to fit their crooked agendas. In his flight back to the Eternal City, Pope Francis answered journalists’ questions and one of his responses led to mass confusion. Upon being asked by a German journalist if it was …

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