Posts Tagged ‘sacrifice’

Published on Sep 1, 2017

Hear about the brave Michigan mother, Carrie DeKlyen, who has turned down cancer treatment for her aggressive brain tumor in order to save her unborn daughter’s life.

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The heart of masculinity is sacrifice

Source: Strength and Honor: Restoring Authentic Masculinity

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It has long been a tradition of Catholic families to hang crucifixes throughout their homes, or to even have a crucifix embedded into the foundation of the house. Some merely hang the crucifix on the walls of their home as a reminder of Christ’s redemptive sacrifice, but beyond this it is also a sacramental,

Source: Why have Crucifixes and Crosses in the Home

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Published on Mar 26, 2017

Laetare Sunday’s sermon gets right to the heart of the matter of the Mass — the sacrifice. Beginning with the miracle of the loaves and fishes, Father illustrates how this prefigures the Last Supper, the Sacrifice of Calvary and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Then Father shows how from Luther to Bugnini the idea has been to destroy the sacrifice and wreck the Church. Father’s powerful conclusion will make you want to become a saint today!






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Her murder was offered as an appeasement to Satan

Source: Texas Girl Murdered in Gang-Related Satanic Sacrifice

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Published on Feb 20, 2015

RICK SANTORUM, former US Senator from Pennsylvania and possible GOP candidate for president, his wife KAREN, and daughter ELIZABETH discuss their new book, BELLA’S GIFT: HOW ONE LITTLE GIRL TRANSFORMED OUR FAMILY AND INSPIRED A NATION, an uplifting family memoir about their special needs little girl, Bella.

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Published on Feb 1, 2013

The true story of four World War II U.S. Army chaplains who made the ultimate sacrifice so others could live.

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