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If Middle Earth Races Were Actually Religious Orders

From the immortal spirits of Ainur, to the race of Woses, Middle Earth is richly peopled. Although each of the principle races, Elves, Hobbits, Men, Dwarves, Ents and Orcs interact heavily in Tolkien’s tales, the various peoples of Middle Earth have a distinctiveness to them. Where one race is earthy and concerned more with the roots of a garden …

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My Father Became Catholic Last Year—Here Are 7 Reasons Why

Four years ago I became Catholic from an Evangelical Protestant background. Last year I had the privilege of seeing both my parents come into full communion with the Catholic Church! Last month I shared my mom’s reasons for becoming Catholic, and today I share my dad’s reasons. If you would like to hear his full …

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6 Reasons the Statement “Hospital for Sinners” is Totally Correct

We sometimes hear from priests and even from Pope Francis that our Church is “not a museum of saints, but a hospital for sinners.” I’ve heard this statement before Pope Francis, but no one knows exactly the origin behind who said this in the first place. Some people say St. Augustine or St. John Chrysostom, …

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World Continues to Mourn Sri Lanka, Investigators Hunt Down Bombers

Sri Lanka — April 21, 2019, an unknown number of suicide bombers successfully detonated in six churches and hotels and in a coordinated and highly coordinated attack. Here is everything we know at this time based on what officials have released and what eye witnesses have told us in interviews. The bombs There were six …

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Catholic Bishops Around the World Respond to the Bombings in Sri Lanka

A horrible terror ripped through the world on Easter Sunday, as suicide bombers simultaneously attacked three churches and three hotels in Sri Lanka, leaving more than 350 people dead. Two of the churches were Catholic and the other was Evangelical. Sri Lanka’s president has asked two top security officials to resign admits outrage that the …

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