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Saint Louis, roi de France médias Podcast #1 | Intro | My Catholic Faith | Website

Saint Louis, roi de France médias Podcast #1 | Intro | My Catholic Faith | Website

This post has been a long time coming. For several months now, the idea of posting a podcast seemed like a swell idea that for some reason or another, never manifested itself onto a web page. This is of course assuming that all things things are being equal. That there was always sufficient time, energy,…

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The History Of Heresies and Their Refutation – Heresies of the 1st Century, Simon Magus

The History Of Heresies and Their Refutation – Heresies of the 1st Century, Simon Magus

Saint Alphonsus Liguori explains one of the very first heresies to encounter Christianity, the heresy of Simon Magus. Simon attempted to purchase the power of the Holy Spirit from Saints Peter and John. Thus, as St. Alphonsus Liguori describes “the detestable crime of selling holy things is called Simony”.   One heresy Simon preached was…

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Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, First Part – Motives

Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, First Part – Motives

One of the most profound devotions is that of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Saint Louis, roi de France médias will dive deeper into this devotion and offer commentary on it as necessary. First, why the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus?   Like most devotions that Catholics are unaware of or unfamiliar…

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Marks of the True Church- Lesson 50, Question 2

Marks of the True Church- Lesson 50, Question 2

Is there any way by which we can distinguish the Church that Christ founded from all other churches? We can distinguish the Church founded by Christ from all other churches by the marks or signs that Our Lord gave to it.  A mark is a sign by which something may be distinguished from all others…

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Devotion to the Sacred Heart – Visits to the Blessed Sacrament

Devotion to the Sacred Heart – Visits to the Blessed Sacrament

It is First Friday and most Catholics know what that means especially if they have a devotion to the Sacred Heart. Most heard of the Sacred Heart and perhaps fewer have heard about a devotion to it. What is it? St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, according to the Catholic Encyclopedia was “a humble Visitandine of the…

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