We always wonder where Judas went — Hell? Or through last-minute mercy, purgatory? We can’t judge, but we can ask.
Did you ever wonder why there is such a dividing line and often a gulf between those who tack toward.
When the Lord visits, He visits. His Presence isn’t forgotten — and available to all who implore Him, particularly during weeks.
The most complex spiritual problems we encounter can often be solved with taking two pieces of advice: Breathe deeply, and.
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Now that’s a volatile question, is it not? — since both conservatives and liberals (and moderates) in Christianity, including Catholicism,.
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The news last weekend on the front pages of The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Politico about a secret.
This isn’t a sports story, though we’ll start it that way. Many of you have heard of him, certainly if.
“This black-and-white photo was taken at Warwick, Rhode Island, town beach in early spring 2010,” writes viewer Tom Burke. “The.
Have you ever wondered about those “tares” in the Bible — the passage in which Jesus explains how the enemy.
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From the Pulse: All roads are now leading to the convention ground of Holy Ghost Fire Apostolic Church, Ogunse Estate,.
From Faithwire: A man is sharing his harrowing story of reportedly visiting heaven after nearly dying as the result of a severe.
FROM THE ARCHIVES OF WWW.SPIRITDAILY.COM: The ‘Other Side’: Doctor Describes Death, Encounter With Jesus By Michael H. Brown Story 1.
From YouTube: Kim Rives died of cancer. Heaven sent her back with a message. An inspiring true story of spiritual.
There are countless accounts, in our time, of those who have returned from the “dead” to describe Heaven and other.
From WorldNetDaily: An expert on ancient Roman coins say he has identified those that cover the eyes of the Man.
It’s curious: how most Catholic news outlets tend to hold the supernatural at arm’s length (we live in standardized times).