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What is 20+C+M+B+19? (Epiphany)

This looks like a Math question, actually it is an Epiphany tradition called Chalking the door. 20 and 19 stands for the year 2019. C, M, B stands for the names of the three magi, Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar. The plus sign is actually … Continue reading

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Come Lord,Maranatha! By Ricky Manalo

A very nice song. “Maranatha” means “Come, Lord Jesus”.

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Book of Wisdom

1 Wis 7:7-11 (Book of Wisdom or “Wisdom of Solomon”) I prayed, and prudence was given me; I pleaded, and the spirit of wisdom came to me. I preferred her to scepter and throne, and deemed riches nothing in comparison with … Continue reading

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Biological evidence that Jesus actually was born in December

The type of sheep in Israel is the “Awassi” sheep, a type of desert sheep. In Israel, the principal lambing season is December through January. It makes sense, since the winter in Israel is around 8 degrees Celsius, which is not … Continue reading

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Shepherd Me O God

Very nice and calming Christian music. Composed by Marty Haugen.

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The scientist nuns: In pursuit of faith and reason

Source: Aleteia Making a career out of science, just like joining a religious order, requires dedication and discipline. Some tireless souls have managed to do both. In 1965, Mary Kenneth Keller became the first woman to obtain a PhD in … Continue reading

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Ye Sons and Daughters (O Filii et Filiae)

Nice traditional hymn.

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The Cry of the Poor by John Michael Talbot

Recently I discovered a classical guitar Christian composer on YouTube – John Michael Talbot. His music is quite amazing, and one of a kind. The Cry of the Poor 2. Be not afraid

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Five Loaves and Two Fishes – Corrinne May (Illustrated)

Corrinne May is a Singaporean singer.

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How do you overcome the fear of the future? Pope Francis provides the keys

Source: http://aleteia.org/2017/04/26/how-do-you-overcome-the-fear-of-the-future-pope-francis-provides-the-keys/ Have you ever been gripped by a fear of the future that left you walking in circles or paralyzed from moving forward? Today, Pope Francis provided a deeper answer to this common human fear, urging Christians to remember that faith is the anchor … Continue reading

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Prayer of St Thomas Aquinas for Students (English and Latin)

Source: http://www.aquinascollege.edu/prayer-before-study-exams-spring-2013/ A Prayer Before Study Ineffable Creator, Who, from the treasures of Your wisdom, have established three hierarchies of angels, have arrayed them in marvelous order above the fiery heavens, and have marshaled the regions of the universe with such artful skill, You are proclaimed the true font … Continue reading

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Resucitó (Spanish Easter Song)

Wishing all readers a happy Easter! This is a famous Spanish Easter Song: Resucitó, with translation.

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Holy, Holy, Holy Lord: Lyrics and Music

Amazing organ music. Lyrics: Holy, holy, holy Lord, God of power and (God of) might Heaven and earth are full of Your glory Hosanna in the highest Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord Hosanna in … Continue reading

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Love Jesus in all who suffer, pope says on Palm Sunday

Source: https://cnstopstories.com/2017/04/09/love-jesus-in-all-who-suffer-pope-says-on-palm-sunday/ By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Jesus does not ask that people only contemplate his image, but that they also recognize and love him concretely in all people who suffer like he did, Pope Francis … Continue reading

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