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First Saturday and K of C Help announcement

  • Posted by FOM
  • On May 31, 2017
The observance of the first Saturday in honor of the Immaculate Heart of Mary is intended to console her Immaculate Heart, and to make reparation to it for all the blasphemies and ingratitude of men. This devotion and the wonderful promises connected with it were revealed by the Blessed Virgin to three children, Francisco, Jacinta […]
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Do you know a Christian?

  • Posted by FOM
  • On May 29, 2017
Do you know a Christian? March 30, 2015 *Disclaimer: This reactionary and somewhat aggressive post spontaneously spilled out of me after reading a George Weigel article in First Things. These are the questions that naturally emerged as I reflected on this staggering statistic. “One more disturbing number: according to the survey’s projections, only 14 percent […]
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How long is Jesus present in the Eucharist after we’ve received Communion?

  • Posted by FOM
  • On May 24, 2017
catholic_truth????Please Read ????How long is Jesus present in the Eucharist after we’ve received Communion? – ????The great treasure of the Catholic Church is the Eucharist — Jesus himself hidden under the appearances of bread and wine. We believe, as the Catechism states, that “In the most blessed sacrament of the Eucharist ‘the body and blood, […]
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Kill a Brick, Make a Rock Cry – Bill Platten President Fishers of Men

  • Posted by FOM
  • On May 11, 2017
May 10, 2017 My wife and I have worked with and served the poor and homeless of Memphis for years.  Each time we serve them we are struck by their grace, spirituality, and gratitude.  We are also keenly aware of the loneliness and longing for family that can rob them of hope.  In the face […]
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Is It OK to Hate Someone?

  • Posted by FOM
  • On May 3, 2017
What do we need to do as Catholic Christians to convey that the message of our religion is one of pure love? So often we misrepresent what it means to be Christian, causing many people to just see judgment when they see us upholding our principles. In this video, Fr. Mike emphasizes how important it […]
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