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This image is from the short film about the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, The Veil Removed.The powerful short film, The Veil Removed, perfectly captures the most extraordinary event in all of history: Christ’s sacrifice of Calvary. An endless, continual sacrifice that transcends time and space itself, blending the supernatural world with the natural world. When we celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Christ’s Sacrifice of the Cross is renewed, and we become present to that very same timeless sacrifice which occurred 2,000 years ago.

Saint Joseph is the model for all men on how to be strong husbands and fathers.If you want strong, faithful, and selfless men to be priests, then raise your sons to be strong, faithful, and selfless. If you want husbands and fathers to be strong, faithful, and selfless, then raise your sons to be strong, faithful, and selfless. Do you understand?

Atheist Roy Schoeman was converted by a mystical encounter with Our Lady as described on Shalom World TV.What an incredible story! Shalom World TV interviewed former Harvard Professor Roy Schoeman regarding his Catholic conversion story. The business professor revealed how a series of mystical encounters led him to Catholicism, including an intimate experience with the Blessed Virgin Mary.

This is a fascinating, modern, forensic reconstruction of the face of Saint Nicholas.Have you ever wondered what St. Nicholas really looked like? If so, you aren’t the only one! How does this modern forensic reconstruction of St. Nicholas’ face compare with traditional images developed and handed down by iconographers through the centuries? What do you think?

Squanto, the Native American who befriended the pilgrims from England, was a Catholic.Most people know the basic story of the first Thanksgiving: the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Rock, the Native Americans helped them grow food, and they all gathered together in a feast of thanksgiving. But what most versions leave out is the crucial role played by Squanto...

Our Lady's presentation in the Temple in Jerusalem is featured in this famous painting by the artist Titian.On the feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we celebrate the fact that Our Lady’s parents (Saint Joachim and Saint Anne) brought her to the Temple at the age of three and handed her over to live there for a long period as a consecrated virgin, where she might exclusively contemplate God.

The flag of the United States of America represents our freedom and all those who fought for it.From the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: LET US PRAY for our brothers and sisters as they go forth with courage and determination to face the forces of violence, weapons of destruction, and hearts filled with hate. The response after each prayer of petition is: "Through the darkness, bring us to light." 

This beautiful stained glass window is from Our Lady, Star of the Sea Church in Saint Marys, Georgia.Did you know that the Blessed Virgin Mary embarked on a sea voyage in her lifetime? Though this information does not come to us by way of Scriptures, it reaches us through a trustworthy private revelation, which the Church approved and leaves to our discretion to believe. Such is the vast work entitled, Mystical City of God, written by Venerable Maria of Agreda, a Conceptionist nun and mystic of the 17th century to whom the Virgin Mary dictated her life.

All-Hallow-Tide is the Triduum of Death: All Hallows' Eve, All Hallows, and All Souls, from October 31 through November 2.Do you know about the Triduum of Death, the Forgotten Season of Allhallowtide? For most people, Halloween is just a fun (or sinister) secular holiday that stands on its own. But, it actually used to be an important part of a short liturgical season focused on death, Allhallowtide.

Baby saved by the intercession of Saint John Henry Newman.Pope Francis canonized five new saints on October 13. Perhaps the most well-known is a 19th century British theologian by the name of Cardinal John Henry Newman. But what isn’t so well known is a special miracle that led to his sainthood. That miracle not only saved one little girl – still thriving today – but also her mother. Melissa Villalobos of Chicago first encountered Newman by accident on an EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network) show.