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Here are the top ten articles for the Catholicism Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. New Adam, New Eve
Part 4 in the series, Reflections of 'An Afternoon with Scott Hahn' continues the discussion of Dr. Hahn’s presentations. More Bible typology, plus a new Adam and new Eve…
2. What is a Sacrament?
The seven sacraments are a very important part of our Catholic faith. But, what exactly is a sacrament?
3. Facts about the Holy Rosary
October is the month of the Holy Rosary. Here are some facts and information about the Holy Rosary.
4. Prayer for the Lenten Season
Prayer is an important part of the Lenten Season. Is your prayer life where you want it to be? Read on for ways to strengthen your daily prayer; plus a prayer I wrote to enrich our Lenten journey.
5. Saints – Halloween Costumes
Instead of letting your children choose to dress up like goblins and witches on Halloween, why not encourage them to dress up like a saint?
6. Interesting Advent Facts
Here are some interesting facts about the season of Advent.
7. Mass: Heaven on Earth
Part 3 in the series, Reflections of ‘An Afternoon with Scott Hahn’ begins a discussion centered on the heart of Dr. Hahn’s presentations. First up: Bible typology and the correlation between Heavenly Liturgy and Earthly Mass…
8. Journey Through Lent
As we travel through this penitential season, some Lenten reflections...
9. Mary - A Mother to Discover
This marks the conclusion of the Reflections of ‘An Afternoon with Scott Hahn’ series. More Bible Typology and Mary as the new Eve, the Ark of the New Covenant and Queen…
10. The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also known as the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, is celebrated one the Thursday following Trinity Sunday or (as in the United States) on the Sunday after the Feast of the Trinity.
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