Top Ten catholicism Articles

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1. Enriching Your Lenten Journey
The Lenten season gives us the opportunity to engage in some way in the sufferings of Christ. And the best way to go about that is not necessarily giving something up. Adding spiritual activities to our journey can enrich our relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

2. Know Your Catholic Faith
Knowing your Catholic faith has always been important, and even more so in this day and age. We must all, as individuals, know what our Church teaches and what she has always taught.

3. Come Pray the Rosary - Website Review
Come Pray the Rosary is an awesome interactive online Rosary website that makes praying the Rosary easy and convenient for everyone, whether you devoutly pray the Rosary daily or you are just getting started.

4. Vice Presidential Debate Between Two Catholics
Both Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan profess to be Catholic. Thursday, October 11, 2012 was the first Vice Presidential debate in history between two Catholic candidates.

5. Abortion Facts & Prayer for the End of Abortion
January 22, 2013, marks the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and legalized abortion in the United States. Here are some abortion statistics and a prayer for the end of abortion.

6. The Catholic Vote
Keeping our Catholic values in mind is extremely important when we enter the voting booth. We are Catholics first and foremost, before whatever party affiliation we hold a membership.

7. Lent FAQs
Frequently asked questions about the Lenten Season.

8. Nationwide Rally for Religious Freedom
Friday, March 23, 2012, at noon (local time) a Nationwide Rally for Religious Freedom will be held outside federal buildings, Congressional offices and historical sites across the country in an effort to stand up against the Obama administration’s HHS mandate and for Religious Freedom.

9. How is Your Lenten Journey Going?
Along our Lenten journey it’s important to stop, reflect, and take time to ponder a very important question: “How is my journey through Lent going?”

10. National Day of Prayer
The National Day of Prayer is a day when all Americans of all faiths are invited to unite and pray in their own way.

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