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Sofia has an URGENT PRAYER REQUEST for one of our own here at

February 8, 2012 by

Yes friends, I’m back. Today I have been working on a piece about the nightmare concerning Religious Liberty, the Church and the man who is supposed to uphold the U.S. Constitution. I have been planning to return last week but ironically the Religious Liberty attack on our Faith and Church was announced at the same […]

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Welcome to the Catholic Blogosphere – “A Th0tful Journey Begins” -A young Catholic man who loves his Faith

January 31, 2012 by

Alfonso Pedrozo is the baby of the “AlwaysCatholicBlog” family. We have a nice group of contributors who truly enjoy our time together on Twitter and blogging about all things Catholic. Most of us are older than we want to admit (what is it about being over 40 that makes us like that?) but we all […]

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Bishop Daniel Jenky invokes St. Michael for USA Catholic Churches via BattleBeadsBlog

January 30, 2012 by

Bishop Daniel Jenky: Is Scandalized By “Catholic” Politicians Who Collaborate With Evil Bishop Daniel Jenky of Peoria, Ill. has asked parishes, schools, hospitals and religious houses to insert the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel into the intercessions at Sunday Mass to pray for Catholics’ freedom. The move comes in response to a new federal […]

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Michael Coren: Why Catholics Are Right

January 30, 2012 by

Yes, Catholics are right. According to Michael Coren anyways. He says he wants to set the record straight: there is apparently little worse in modern, Western society than being a devout Roman Catholic. And he’s tired of apologizing for his faith. Michael is the host of The Arena, a nightly (7pm) TV show on Sun […]

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Join the Good Fight… calls us to defend our Faith…with our VOTE!

January 25, 2012 by

Today AlwaysCatholicBlog received an email from It was so powerful we felt that it was of utmost importance to share it with those who are not on the mailing list:   From Brian Burch of…   The sleeping giant has been awakened. Right now we’re witnessing an unprecedented response to the Obama administration’s […]

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Mirror, mirror on the wall…What kind of Catholic am I? REAL or COUNTERFEIT?

January 24, 2012 by

A priest I know answered a question of mine about voting when I was 18. I asked him, “Father, how do I know how to vote?” I was very young and getting a ton of misinformation from other Catholics. He looked at me and answered quietly, “You hold the Crucifix in one hand and pull […]

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The Brothers Archbold got it right : Notre Dame GOT PLAYED

January 23, 2012 by

From our brothers in Christ, Matt & Pat Archbold at Creative Minority Report… Outrageous HHS Final Rule: Catholic Groups Must Cover Contraceptives This is outrageous. HHS has issued its final ruling on exemptions from contraceptive coverage for health plans even in the face of religious obejctions. Too bad. And in what passes for compromise for […]

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Prayers for Dr. Scott Hahn’s Recovery

January 21, 2012 by

From our dear friend, Teresa Rice at CatholicLibertarian… Dr. Scott Hahn, a theology professor at Franciscan University, had his colon rupture. Before the surgery a priest made it in time to administer the Sacrament of Anointing of the sick. He had eighteen inches of his colon removed. He had a successful surgery. Scott Hahn’s wife […]

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The Most Popular Patron Saint Medals Today

May 20, 2010 by Erin Pascal

Patron saint medals have been a popular accessory to wear for quite some time now. They are also nice to just have in your pocket or on you all the time. People get a feeling of comfort knowing that they have their patron saint with them at all times. People wear medals for all sorts […]

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Good Gift Ideas for Your Grandson’s Confirmation

May 19, 2010 by Erin Pascal

The day has finally come, your grandson will be receiving one of the most important sacraments the Catholic Church has to offer, Confirmation. This day should be one that he will remember for years to come. Your grandson will be formally accepted as an adult as far as the Church is concerned and you want […]

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