The following video is a section of an interview with an eleven-year-old boy named Garvan Byrne. Garvan suffered from a rare bone marrow disease for the majority of his short life. In the interview, Garvan describes the experience of receiving Jesus in Holy Communion for the first time and how important the Blessed Sacrament was for him in his suffering.
Based on the biblical texts traditionally associated with Mary Magdalene, this book helps readers to learn from her inspiring example and to enter more deeply into adoration of Jesus Christ truly present in the Blessed Sacrament.
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There are many theories about the nature of the star which led the Magi to the Presence of Jesus Christ. Some hold that is was an exploding star which shone brightly for a short period of time. Others say it was an alignment of certain planets which only appeared to be a new star in […]
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
On the television show Jeopardy, the final question was “How many steps does the guard take during his walk across the tomb of the Unknowns”. All three contestants missed it! So if you are ever a contestant on Jeopardy… here is some facts about the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
This morning we were overjoyed to receive the news of the new Bishop for Rockville Centre Diocese – Bishop John Barres. We give thanks to God for the faithful service of Bishop William Murphy and his kindness in welcoming our community to the diocese.
Below is a recent interview from EWTN where Bishop Barres speaks about objective truth, authentic ecumenism, the new evangelization and the power of the Mass. He also shares a very moving account of his call to the holy priesthood.