Tag Archives: crucifixion

Tyler catholics witness live reenactment of passion of Jesus Christ

ASHLEY RICHARDSON: So this egg was designed for Michelle Obama. It was actually carved with a diamond tip dental drill ANNA WIERNICKI: THE AMERICAN EGG BOARD WILL PRESENT THE COMMEMORATIVE EGG TO MELANIA TRUMP ON MONDAY DURING THE WHITE HOUSE EASTER EGG ROLL.IN WASHINGTON, I’M ANNA WIERNICKI 3 Neal Barton:DOZENS OF PEOPLE GATHERED AT TYLER’S… Read More »

Bishop Barron on Whether Hell is Crowded or Empty

Rob Bell is a evangelist and pastor a leader in this emerging church movement he just wrote a book called Love Wins and it’s a it’s a book about eternal life and he stakes out a more or less Universalist position meaning everyone gets saved so in the end everyone gets to heaven and it’s… Read More »

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 »

Martyrs for the True Faith – XXI Centuries of Catholicism

St. Peter the Apostle St. Stephen St. Paul Roman Persecutions St. Lucy St. Agatha Martys of the Crusades Martyrs of Otranto St. Thomas Becket St. Joan of Arc Martyrs of the Protestant Revolution St. Thomas More St. John Fisher Mary Stuart and Francis of Valois Cromwell’s Persecution and Irish genocide Japanese Persecutions French Revolution and… 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 »