I’m So Done With Apologizing For Halloween

BOO!

I just enjoy it. I enjoyed it before I was a Catholic, and I’ll continue to keep on enjoying it now that I am a Catholic.

Feel free to disagree with me, worry that your wacko friends are right that Halloween is evil, etc., etc. [Read more...]

A Sign You Don’t See Very Often These Days…

Closed for the Holy Day!
Photo Credit: Lisa DellaVecchia

But you can go eat at Zook’s BBQ Barn tomorrow.

I found this though, so check with your parish. [Read more...]

For Our Lady, “The Terror of Hell”

—Solemnity, Mary, Mother of God

For most of us, today is a Holy Day of Obligation. It’s the day where we recognize the Blessed Virgin Mary in her role as the Mother of God. In this post, we’ll look at something one of my friends from the group I call the Dead Jesuits wrote, exploring another dimension of Our Lady’s role as the Theotokos. [Read more...]

It’s A Holy Day of Obligation…

The Assumption of the Virgin is a fresco by the Italian Late Renaissance artist Antonio da Correggio decorating the dome of the Cathedral of Parma, Italy. Correggio signed the contract for the painting on November 3, 1522. It was finished in 1530.

Get thee to Mass today!


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