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What You Might Not Know About the Good King, St. Wenceslaus

Born in the year 907, Saint Wenceslaus lived in a period of great political unrest. He was the son of the Duke of Bohemia and grew up a pagan. His grandmother St. Ludmilla introduced Wenceslaus to Christianity. Filled with jealousy at Ludmilla’s relationship and influence over Wenceslaus, his mother Drahomira ended up murdering her mother …

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The Great Adventure Bible Timeline Study is 15 Years Old—And There’s a Special Event!

West Chester, PA, July 22, 2019 — In celebration of the 15th anniversary of the Great Adventure Bible Timeline study, Ascension has announced  that it will be hosting two landmark events featuring the creator of the TGA Bible Timeline study in Garden Grove, CA and Washington, D.C. Last fall, Ascension launched the Great Adventure Bible, …

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7 Ridiculous Catholic Facts About the Moon Landing (and Astronomy) that are Totally True

As we arrive at the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, it’s a good time to take a look at how the part that Catholics have played in learning about outer space! Copernicus dedicated his most famous work to Pope Paul III Born Catholic and raised by his bishop uncle from age twelve on, Copernicus …

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8 Things You Need to Know About The Carmelite Martyrs

Sacrifice is a central part of Catholicism. We offer personal struggles for various petitions. We fast and sacrifice things such as social media. Most importantly, every day we offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. In the midst of the French Revolution and Reign of Terror, a group of sixteen Carmelites offered their very lives …

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5 Completely Renegade Catholic Women You’ll Want in Your Posse

Every saint starts somewhere. All where just regular people at some point who lived the faith in extraordinary ways and when they died, their holiness and dedication to Christ just couldn’t be denied! Here are five Catholic women (who’ve entered eternal reward) that you’ll want to know. 1. Servant of God Sr. Blandina Segale She …

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