Tag Archives: Cross

St Thomas Aquinas – An Alpha Community

my favorite part I would say it’s really having the group meeting after the video where we can share I can hear other people if they learn it something new or how do they leave their their faith it’s it’s really we are in a community it’s not just about a teaching but we are… Read More »

6 min. on Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem, Israel, Catholic Pilgrimage

Blessed be the name of the Lord So this is a small section of Via Dolorosa the way of sorrow, this is in the Moslem quarter of the old city Jerusalem in Israel and The way of the Cross is supposed to recreate The way that Jesus took to the place of his crucifixion Carrying… Read More »

Good Friday | Catholic Central

(somber piano music) KAI: Hi, I’m Kai for Catholic Central. So, Good Friday. It’s the day when Jesus was unjustly condemned to death, was tortured, and died on a cross. So, why on earth do we call it Good Friday? Good question. First, the name Good Friday comes from a time when English used good… Read More »

Welcome to Holy Cross, Class of 2023!

– [Together] Welcome to Holy Cross! – [All] Welcome to Holy Cross! – Welcome to Holy Cross! – Welcome to Holy Cross! (cheering) – Holy Cross! – I feel good. I was nervous, but, you know, once I got in here and everyone kind of, brought all my stuff in and seeing everybody all excited,… Read More »

Fun with Exalting the Holy Cross :: Catholic All Year :: Kendra Tierney

Hi I’m Kendra from Catholic All Year and today we’re going to talk about the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross Gus: I think I found it! Ah, it’s only Frank. Frankie: It’s just me. the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross commemorates the finding of the True Cross by Saint… Read More »

(Part 7) CATHOLICISM – CHANGING THE 7TH DAY FROM SABBATH TO SUNDAY

In Spanish speaking countries such as those within Latin America, most of the people believe that Domingo is the 7th or last day of the week. However, as you will soon see, in many of these countries the majority of their calendars have Domingo on the first day, not the 7th day of the week.… Read More »

Utah teacher apologizes for making Catholic student remove the Ash Wednesday cross from his forehead

Utah teacher apologizes for making Catholic student remove the Ash Wednesday cross from his forehead The Utah teacher on administrative leave for making a nine year old Catholic student wash the Ash Wednesday cross off his forehead, has apologized for the incident, characterizing it as a misunderstanding. Moana Patterson, who teaches fourth grade at Valley… Read More »

St Thomas Aquinas – Preparing for Ministry to the Hispanic Community

learning Spanish takes me back to when I was in high school where I first started learning Spanish and we had a great Spanish teacher at my high school at Holy Name seminary and we also had religious sisters there from Mexico who helped us there and sometimes on Friday I would attend the mass… Read More »

Ask a Priest – Why do Catholics make the sign of the cross

The sign of the cross is the most basic prayer in the Catholic faith. We make the sign of the cross to profess our faith in a God who by dying destroyed our death, by rising restore our life. The sign of the cross signifies Christ’s redemptive love for us, and so in every prayer… Read More »