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Sunday Mass August 25, 2019

>>[CHANTING]>>[MUSIC] ANINCLINE YOUR EAR UNTO ME, OH, LORD, D ARHEE. M>>GOOD MORNING FRIENDS, THIS IS BISHOP JOHN QUINN OF THE DIOCESE OF WINONA-ROCHESTER. AND I WELCOME YOU TO THIS TELEVISED LITURGY. ♪>>FOR UNTO YOU, DO I CRY ♪ ♪ ALL OF THE DAY. ♪ BLESS THE SOUL OF YOUR SERVANTS, ♪ FOR I LIFT UP… Read More »

The Catholic Processional Cross and the Roman Standard

During the entrance procession, incense is carried before an acolyte who holds a long staff that bears the quintessential Christian symbol —the cross. Despite being part of the liturgy since at least the 6th century, the custom of processing while holding aloft ceremonial objects predates Christianity. Several cultures like the Egyptians, Babylonians and Greeks had… Read More »

St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church – Lambertville, NJ

somebody recommended that we come here, actually my older son’s teacher. Said go to Saint John’s in Lambertville there’s a catholic church there. So we went there. We came and and from that point on we knew it was the church for us and for our family. The church is just absolutely beautiful, the architecture,… Read More »

Did the Emperor Constantine found the Catholic Church?

¿Acaso Constantino fundó la Iglesia Católica Romana? Un reclamo que se ve muy presente en las opiniones y escritos de anti-católicos particularmente entre fundamentalistas es el “hecho” que Constantino fundó a la Iglesia Católica Esto es algo imposible de sostener como hecho si sabes al menos algo de historia de este periodo. Es claro que… Read More »

What Constitutes a Practicing Catholic?

Hi, my name’s Father Mike Schmitz, and this is Ascension Presents. So a number of years ago one of our students, she’s a young woman. She had a friend, she invited her friend to go with her to Mass off campus because school wasn’t in session, it was summertime So she drove this young man… Read More »

Christianity from Judaism to Constantine: Crash Course World History #11

Hi there my name’s John Green; this is Crash Course World History and today we’re going to talk about Jesus. So this is a Roman coin from around the time Jesus was born in the Roman Empire, and it calls Augustus, the emperor, the son of God. So let’s just state at the outset that… Read More »

A Fair Warning Against Catholic Church (RCC) Occult Demon Activity And Witchcraft

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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 »

DC Goon Exposes Pope Francis & The Roman Catholic Church!

was goody his young field DC we watching GTV man seems to be I’m C Street the ghetto is G you know upon you to and that’s the Lu Chu Chu ji for watching GTV with a digital gun cock and if this is your first time watching GTV if you were to cheat hit… Read More »

How to Formally Defect from the Catholic Church

>>ZJ: If you’ve ever been baptized as a Catholic, the Catholic Church still considers you a member, even if you’ve stopped attending, or switched to another religion, or no religion at all. The church claims to have over a billion followers worldwide, and they could be counting you as one of them, regardless of whether… Read More »