2016-10-27T11:02:44ZLearn more about Jack Chick, the anti-Catholic author who has waged a war against Halloween and the Catholic Church for 30 years.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZIn St. Alphonsus Liguori's Novena for the Holy Souls in Purgatory, we seek repentance and ask mercy for those who have died.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZAll Saints Day celebrates the lives of all Christians who have died in a state of grace. Find the date of All Saints Day 2016.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZAll Saints Day celebrates all of those who have died believing in Christ. Find the date of All Saints Day in this, previous, and future years.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZThink Halloween is the Devil's holiday? Think again. Here are six reasons why the Devil hates Halloween.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZThis prayer, written by Archbishop John Carroll in 1791, is good to pray on national holidays, such as Independence Day and Thanksgiving.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZThis prayer invokes St. Thomas More as the patron saint of lawyers, asking him to pray to God for the grace to rise to the highest standards of that profession. The final verse can also be prayed by itself as a prayer to St. Thomas More as the patron saint of large families.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZThis traditional prayer to the Most Holy Name of Jesus recognizes the power of Jesus' Name and invokes His Name in praying for His mercy.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZThis indulgence for a visit to a cemetery encourages us to spend a moment in prayer for the souls in Purgatory.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZIs All Saints Day a Holy Day of Obligation? Find out here!
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZAll Souls Day is a solemn celebration in the Catholic Church commemorating all who have died and are now in Purgatory, being cleansed of their sins.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZLearn how to release a soul from Purgatory on All Souls Day by visiting a church and praying for the dead.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZFind the date and day of the week of Halloween in this, previous, and future years, as well as information on the history of Halloween and its Christian origins.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZLearn more about the difference between the sacraments and sacramentals in this lesson inspired by Question 293 of the Baltimore Catechism.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZLearn more about St. Aloysius Gonzaga, the patron saint of youth, who lived a short life dedicated to prayer, study, and the care of others.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZAll Souls Day is a solemn feast commemorating those who have died and are now in Purgatory. Find the date of All Souls Day in this and other years.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZAll Saints Day, the day on which Catholics celebrate all the saints, known and unknown, is a surprisingly old feast. Learn more about All Saints Day.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZIs Halloween Catholic? It's as Catholic as the Pope! Learn about the Catholic origins of Halloween, and why Catholics should celebrate Halloween.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZDo Catholics believe that Christ's death atoned for all of our sins? If so, why does the Catholic Church believe in Purgatory?
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZSaint Agnes of Rome is one of the most beloved of female saints. Learn more about the life and legend of this virgin and martyr.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZGood Friday, the day on which Christians commemorate the death of Jesus Christ, falls on a different date each year. Find the date of Good Friday in this and other years.
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2016-10-27T11:02:44ZIn this prayer to Saint Dominic, we pray for the virtues of penance, purity, fidelity, and charity.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZIn this Novena to the Sacred Heart, we pray for nine days in trust and confidence in the mercy and love of Christ, that He might grant our request.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZA collection of Catholic prayers for November, the Month of the Holy Souls in Purgatory.
2016-10-27T11:02:44ZIs January 1, the Feast of Mary, Mother of God, a Holy Day of Obligation? Find out here!