Anti-Catholic Whoppers There isn’t enough computer memory to detail the volume of anti-Catholic whoppers floating around in non-Catholic circles. So I cannot – although I would like to – refute all of them. For this article, I will just stand against one: that the Catholic Church is the Harlot of Babylon. There is much conjecture […]
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More on Adoration
Last night I attended my parish’s Rosary group. Usually there Is adoration before the Rosary is prayed and a mass afterwards. For non-Catholics, the term “adoration” actually means “Eucharistic adoration,” where the Blessed Sacrament (consecrated communion host) is placed in a display case (monstrance) and is adored by the faithful. It is a sign of […]
Eucharistic Adoration Benefits
Catholics believe that Eucharistic adoration is the act of being in a state of worship before the consecrated Eucharistic host. The consecrated host is placed in a monstrance that holds it in place for worshipers to see. The host displayed in this manner is given the utmost respect by those in its presence. Catholics believe […]
Benefits of Adoration
Today I was feeling stressed out and impatient, trying to get everything ready for Christmas. I needed a shot of peace. So I headed off to Adoration.