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Keeping a Faithful Friday—by Cameron Daly

When we receive the sacrament of reconciliation, we make an act of contrition; and in the one that I and probably plenty of others use, we say that we “firmly intend, with Your help, to do penance.” A simple question: … Continue reading

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“Litany of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows,” posted by Cameron Daly

Wishing you all a blessed month of September! The Catholic Church recognizes September as the month of Our Lady of Sorrows; to honor that, here’s the Litany of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows, “composed by Pope Pius VII while held … Continue reading

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My Blog Posts on Prof. Heather Voccola’s “Historical Happenings: A Compilation of Coursework”–by Cameron Daly

I was recently able to contribute two posts to Prof. Heather Voccola’s blog Historical Happenings: A Compilation of Coursework for my Church History midterm! In one, I gave a review of Origen’s On Prayer, and in the other, I gave an overview … Continue reading

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The Miracle of Loaves and Fishes: Implications on our Understanding of the Eucharist, the Faith and the Faithful—college paper by Cameron Daly

Happy Feast of Corpus Christi! On this thirteenth anniversary of my first receiving the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ (though perhaps the Feast of St. Anthony of Padua would me a more accurate date by a calendar), … Continue reading

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Authority of the Church in Discerning Private Revelations, by Cameron Daly

To continue with the theme of private revelations from my May 13th post—what follows is a blog-adapted term paper (which I’m happy to say I got an A on!) that I wrote for Catechism Pillars I & II, about genuine … Continue reading

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