Dinner Table (Credit: Regina Magazine)

Fast & Abstinence, Everything You Wanted to Know

. . .throughout much of the Old Testament, there was only one fast day, the Day of Atonement (Lev 16:29).  Later, other fasts were called for either because of a state of emergency or on the anniversary of a national tragedy (Zech 7:3-4).  Fasting was an attempt to end a terrible circumstance. . .

from Regina Magazine

Live Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament – Adorecast
Eight Habits of Healthy Couples – Gregory Popcak Ph.D., Catholic Exchange
The Rise of the “Have It Your Way” Wedding – John Grondelski Ph.D., NC Register
Catholic Identity College Guide 2018 – The Editors, National Catholic Register
Abortionists Smear ‘Gosnell’ Actor Dean Cain, Call Him Homophobic Bigot – Mic. Bilger
The Modern Day Simony & Investiture Crisis – David L. Gray,
Vegan Leaves Church Upon Hearing Eucharist Is Jesus’ Body (Warning: Satire) – C. Misfit
St. Michael the Archangel, Our Defense Against Darkness – J. Ewing, Catholic Exchange
A Priest Speaks to College Seminarians – Fr. Tim. S. Valentine, Homiletic & Pastoral Rvw
Guardian Angels: The Heavenly Friend that Never Leaves Our Side – N. Mazzei, C. Stand
Islam: Who Are We to Judge? – William Kilpatrick, Crisis Magazine
Interview with a New Convert: Part I & Part II – Fr. David Nix, Pilgrim Priest
The Conciliar Option – David L. Gray,
7 Baby Boys Named ‘Lucifer’ in England Last Year – Catholic Herald
Baby Names: Muhammad the Most Popular in U.K.? – J. Meierhans & R. England, BBC
Hiddenness – Nathalie Fernandez, Ignitum Today
Is a Religious Upbringing Good for Your Children? – Tyler J. VanderWeele, Mercatornet
Miracles & Mysteries – Noel Ethan Tan, Ignitum Today
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