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“Regina Coeli,” an Easter Season Midday Prayer

I recently shared the “Angelus” prayer, which is considered a midday prayer. In the Easter Season (from Easter Sunday through Pentecost), the Angelus is replaced by the Regina Coeli/Caeli, a beautiful prayer which I quote as follows from EWTN:   … Continue reading

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One Day: A Reflection on Death and Decay—by Cameron Daly

I once saw an article posted by a Catholic page, about what a life-changer it can be to have a skull on your desk. After having written most of this post, I just now actually read it and would highly … Continue reading

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Feast of the Assumption of Mary, by Cameron Daly

The Mass readings for the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary can be found at the following link: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/081517-mass-during-day.cfm This picture was taken by myself and used on my parish’s Facebook page this past Sunday, of a statue of Our Lady … Continue reading

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Litany of the Immaculate Heart of Mary—posted by Cameron Daly

A picture in the sacristy of my church featuring a wood carving of Our Mother of Sorrows. The swords represent her Seven Sorrows.   Wishing you all a blessed month of August! August is recognized by the Church as the … Continue reading

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When Your College Has You Study Time Travel—by Cameron Daly

Check out “Week 7” … you know your college is epic when they tell you that “Time Travel is now available.”   That’s right—in my Philosophy of Nature course, I got to learn about the notion of time travel! Might … Continue reading

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Can You Afford to Miss Mass?—by Cameron Daly

Sadly, there are a number of Catholics who don’t want to go to Mass. Even more sadly, there are also a number of Catholics who don’t go to Mass. Other than those who can’t go due to legitimate obligations or … Continue reading

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Catholic Answers Teaches us How to Pronounce “Augustine” and Gives us a Good Laugh–by Cameron Daly

So I was recently debating with my mom over how to pronounce “Augustine”; I thought it would be pronounced “Uh-GUS-tin,” while she thought it would be “AW-gu-STEEN.” In my quest to prove my point, I came upon a Catholic Answers … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day!–by Cameron Daly

Happy Valentine’s Day! I know some people think of Valentine’s Day as little or nothing more than a cheesy and commercialized “fake holiday” as one guy put it. While I won’t deny that people have commercialized it, I will ask–what … Continue reading

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For Those Mourning the Deaths of Loved Ones

I know a number of people who are mourning the loss of a loved one. Please take a moment to watch this clip I took of the movie “The Encounter: Paradise Lost,” where Jesus is talking to a man whose … Continue reading

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“For we all seem to give our lives away/ Searching for things that we think we must own”–by Cameron Daly

Here’s a good song to think about this time of year (by one of my favorite bands–Trans-Siberian Orchestra). Try to pay particular attention to the line “I think I would be alright if on this Christmas night/ I could just … Continue reading

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