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Holy Tridum(Holy week)
Holy Tridum(Holy week)

The word “triduum” comes from the Latin word triduum, which comes from tris(“three”) + dies (“day”). Basically, the Sacred Triduum is one great festival recounting the last three days of Jesus’ life on earth, the events of his Passion and Resurrection, when the Lamb of God laid down his life in atonement for our sins. The single celebration of […]

Powers of the Catholic Saints
Powers of the Catholic Saints

Who is a saint? Most people use the word “saint” to refer to someone who is exceptionally good or “holy.” In the Catholic Church, however, a “saint” has a more specific meaning: someone who has led a life of “heroic virtue.” This definition includes the four “cardinal” virtues: prudence, temperance, fortitude and justice; as well as the […]

Fact about the Rosary
Fact about the Rosary

Facts about the rosary

Facts about the holy communion
Facts about the holy communion

1) Unity with Christ : Taking part in the holy communion fuses us with Christ . St. Cyril of Alexandria associate it as to as “when melted wax is fused with other wax.” The Christian journey is a journey to become like Christ, to “abide in him” and he in us. The holy communion is[…]

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Eucharist, also called Holy Communion is a ceremony in remembrance of Jesus and his disciples in the last Supper his , at which (according to tradition) he gave them bread with the words, “This is my body,” and wine with the words, “This is my blood.” (Matthew 26:26–28; Mark 14:22–24; Luke 22:17–20; and I Corinthians 11:23–25). The earliest ... Read moreThe holy Communion (Eucharist)

The holy Communion (Eucharist)

The pope who is the head of the Catholic Church and the Bishop of Rome has different vestments for different occasions which we normally see him wear, which may have made us wonder what this vestments are ,what they mean ,why wearing each one at a particular events and the history behind it also with ... Read moreThe Papal Vestment

The Papal Vestment

The Chaplet of the Divine Mercy, also called the Divine Mercy Chaplet, is a Christian devotion to the Divine Mercy,[1] based on the Christological apparitions of Jesus reported by Saint Faustina Kowalska (1905–1938), known as “the Apostle of Mercy.”[2][3] She was a Polish religious sister of the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of ... Read moreThe Divine Mercy chaplet

The Divine Mercy chaplet

Getting into the church, one of the things you will notice are the drawings on the walls and on the vessels and sacramental used in the church . These are the symbols used in the church which represents different sacred belief and doctrines in the church .Human beings depends on sight to grow more in ... Read moreSymbols in Catholic Church and their meaning

Symbols in Catholic Church and their meaning

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Lent is a period of 40 days which begins from ash Wednesday and ends in Easter , Lent is a season of reflection and fasting in commemoration of suffering of our Lord Jesus Christ and his resurrection on Easter Sunday Whereas Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus after his death on the cross, Lent recalls ... Read moreThe Lenten season

The Lenten season

Purgatory, the condition, process, or place of purification or temporary punishment in which, according to medieval Christian and Roman Catholic belief, the souls of those who die in a state of grace are made ready for heaven. Purgatory (Latin: purgatorium; from purgare, “to purge”) has come to refer as well to a wide range of historical and modern conceptions of postmortem suffering short of everlasting damnation. Roman Catholic ... Read moreThe purgatory

The purgatory

The stations of the Cross is a prayer commemorating the passion of Jesus, whereby different stages of the prayer represents different happenings doing Jesus suffering. It’s often represented with images Where Did the Stations of the Cross Originate? The practice of visiting each station to pray originated with early Christian pilgrims who visited the historic ... Read moreThe station of the Cross

The station of the Cross

Ash Wednesday is a Christian holy day of prayer and fasting. It is preceded by Shrove Tuesday and falls on the first day of Lent, the six weeks of penitence before Easter . Ash Wednesday is traditionally observed by Western Christians. It is observed by Catholics in the Roman Rite, Anglicans, Lutherans, Methodists, Moravians, Nazarenes, ... Read moreThe ash Wednesday (Beginning of lent)

The ash Wednesday (Beginning of lent)

A religious brother is a member of a Christian religious institute or religious order who commits himself to following Christ in consecrated life of the Church, usually by the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. A Brother is a man who, in making the vows of religion, surrenders the whole of himself in one single gift. By the ... Read moreWho are the Religious brothers in Catholic Church (The order of brotherhood)

Who are the Religious brothers in Catholic Church (The order of brotherhood)

The altar servers are lay assistant to a member of the clergy during a Christian liturgy. An altar server attends to supporting tasks at the altar such as fetching and carrying, ringing the altar bell, helps bring up the gifts, brings up the book, among other things. If young, the server is commonly called an altar boy or altar girl. In some Christian denominations, altar ... Read moreWho is an altar server in Catholic Church

Who is an altar server in Catholic Church

The Roman Catholic Church views confirmation as a sacrament instituted by Jesus Christ. It confers the gifts of the Holy Spirit (wisdom, understanding, knowledge, counsel, fortitude, piety, and fear of the Lord) upon the recipient, who must be a baptized person at least seven years old. A bishop normally performs the rite, which includes the laying on of hands and anointing the forehead with chrism (holy oil). Very ... Read moreWhat is the sacrament of confirmation in Catholic Church

What is the sacrament of confirmation in Catholic Church

 A monk is a member of a religious order who lives a communal life in a monastery, abbey, or priory under a monastic rule of life (such as the Rule of St. Benedict) How to become a monk To become a monk at Downside you need to be a confirmed and practising Catholic, a man ... Read moreHow to become a Monk in Catholic Church

How to become a Monk in Catholic Church

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The station of the Cross

The stations of the Cross is a prayer commemorating the passion of Jesus, whereby different…

The purgatory

Purgatory, the condition, process, or place of purification or temporary punishment in which, according to medieval Christian…

The Papal Vestment

The pope who is the head of the Catholic Church and the Bishop of Rome…

The Lenten season

Lent is a period of 40 days which begins from ash Wednesday and ends in…

The holy Communion (Eucharist)

Eucharist, also called Holy Communion is a ceremony in remembrance of Jesus and his disciples in the…

The Divine Mercy chaplet

The Chaplet of the Divine Mercy, also called the Divine Mercy Chaplet, is a Christian…

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