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by Catholic-Questions
4M ago
The new version of Discourse seems even slower than the old one. I’m investigating moving to a new forum software that will be faster and easier to maintain. I’ll keep working on it this week and let you know how it goes, hopefully on Friday. 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic ..read more
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System maintenance
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by Catholic-Questions
4M ago
I’m going to be doing some maintenance on the site this evening to upgrade to the latest version of Discourse. You may experience some intermittent errors. Feel free to email me at support@catholic-questions.org if problems persist. 2 posts - 1 participant Read full topic ..read more
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Oblates of the Virgin Mary of Fatima
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by Cloisters
4M ago
This was one of the first congregations I was introduced to after I was received into the church. The major drawback was that they were in Italy. https://www.oblatedifatima.it/ Blessings, Cloisters 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic ..read more
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Sisters of St Catherine, Virgin and Martyr, Poland
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by Cloisters
5M ago
Today is their foundress’ feast day. Here’s their link: https://www.katarzynki.org.pl/ Blessings, Cloisters 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic ..read more
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Oratorian vocation links
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by Cloisters
5M ago
A blessed memorial of St Joseph Vaz! He was an Oratorian missionary to Sri Lanka. Vignette: Aleteia — Catholic Spirituality, Lifestyle, World News, and Culture – 16 Jan 24 Saint of the Day: St. Joseph Vaz Vocation links: Oratory of St Philip Neri: en.wikipedia.org Oratory of Saint Philip Neri The Confederation of Oratories of Saint Philip Neri (Latin: Confoederatio Oratorii Sancti Philippi Nerii), abbreviated C.O. and commonly known as the Oratorians, is a Catholic society of apostolic life of pontifical right for men (priests and religious brothers) who live together in a community bound toge ..read more
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Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts
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by Cloisters
5M ago
Today’s their co-founder’s feast. Here’s their website: Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts Home - Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts “ It is before the Most Blessed Sacrament that I found the Love of Jesus and the Power of His love”  Blessed Francesco Maria Greco Previous Next Dispite Corona virus Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts are caring for the sick in Washington... Blessings, Cloisters 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic ..read more
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2019 New Catholic Bible
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by po18guy
5M ago
Anyone have one of these? I think they were released in 2019 by Catholic Book Publishing Company. I cannot seem to lay my hands on a copy to see if it is orthodox enough in its translation. As well, I cannot locate a site which allows you to examine a sample page. 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic ..read more
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Order of St Paul the First Hermit
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by Cloisters
5M ago
A blessed memorial of St Paul the First Hermit. Here’s an order named for him: Order of St Paul the First Hermit: https://osppe.us/ Blessings, Cloisters 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic ..read more
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In God’s Own Time
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by Cloisters
5M ago
Interesting article from the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity, Wisconsin: Franciscan Sisters – 31 Dec 23 Discernment Questions Series: What You Would Like To Know “In God’s Time He... Franciscan Sister of Christian Charity Sister Mardelle Meinholz responds to a discernment question raised by a young adult woman. It is not unusual that this time of year provides moments for individuals to consider the deeper meaning of life and... Est. reading time: 2 minutes Blessings, Cloisters 1 post - 1 participant Read full topic ..read more
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Gossip and what to do
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by grace6877
5M ago
When people begin to gossip or detract someone else to you, what do you need to do so that you aren’t guilty of a sin? If I were to try to turn the conversation from the negative and say kind things about the person being detracted, am I still guilty of the sin, because I did not explicitly renounce gossip/detraction in that moment? I’m trying to try my best. Any advice would be helpful. 2 posts - 2 participants Read full topic ..read more
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