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Our Room for Faith Formation 
     Live for Lent

THE HOLY MASS
             Why We Should Attend Holy Mass

THE HOLY ROSARY

THE DIVINE MERCY DEVOTION
What is the Divine Mercy Chaplet?
             A New Look at the Works of Mercy  
             Works of Mercy            
             The Corporal Works of Mercy
             The Spiritual Works of Mercy

ALL SOUL'S DAY/ ALL SAINTS DAY

Commemoration of All Faithful Departed

OUR CATHOLIC FAITH
Funny Story About Relics             
WHY DO CATHOLICS DO THAT?
Prayer to the Saints

Q & A
             How Can I Stop Worrying About Other People? 
Why is Suicide Wrong?
Why Does the Church Teach That Marriage is a Sacrament?
Why Do We Celebrate the Immaculate Conception?
Do Catholics Ever Validly Enter into A Non-Sacramental Marriages?
What Does the Catholic Church Teach About Married Love?
Where to Begin in Reading the Bible?


SAMPLERS              

Free Digital Magazine and Catholic Sampler

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Scandals in the Church
The Many Disguises of Satan



CATECHISM CONCEPT/TERMS
As a Catholic who have not into formal religious or theological studies, maybe you encountered unfamiliar terms you read or heard which you are not acquainted with. As our simple way of giving our share for the Year of Faith, The Catholic Homemaker will be posting terms and concept taken from the Glossary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), 2nd edition. We join ALL Catholics in the world responding to the Holy See's call of the Year of Faith. 

The Glossary had been proposed to provide assistance to those who would use and are new to the Catechism. The numbers in parentheses (ex. 2759) refer to the number(s) in the Catechism where the term or concept is explained. To help you read the explained concept of those numbers, we are sharing here an E-book of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Please click THIS LINK and go to VIEW ONLINE VERSION: The Catechism of the Catholic Church

This is an invitation to ALL. 
For Catholics, join us and dig deeper our faith. To our non-Catholic friends, you are welcome to know more our Catholic faith. God bless everyone! Happy Learning! :D   
Source: US Conference of Catholic Bishops 

CONCEPT/TERMS from the CATECHISM of the CATHOLIC CHURCH (CCC)
CANON LAW     
CATHOLIC/CATHOLIC CHURCH                                                              
CATECHISM/ CATECHESIS 
CONSECRATION                                                               
EVANGELIZATION    
MAGISTERIUM                                                                         
PASCH/ PASCHAL LAMB                                                                 
SYNOD



YEAR OF FAITH







Our Prayer Room


Just sharing to you prayers close to our hearts.

Prayers that are passed on to us and greatly valued. 
(More prayers to come...)

BASIC CATHOLIC PRAYERS                     

The Apostles Creed
The Lord's Prayer (Our Father)  
Hail Mary
The Glory Be
The Holy Rosary
Prayer to our Guardian Angel

ASKING FOR INTERCESSION TO THE SAINTS
Prayer to St. Joseph After the Rosary
Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel

OTHER PRAYERS
Prayer of a Husband and Wife
A Pro-life Prayer
Oratio Imperata
Prayer for the Election of a Pope
The Holy Father's Prayer Intentions for Year 2013            
What We Can Offer After Sandy

MINUTE REFLECTIONS
Secret To Happiness
7 Things the Lord Hates and Cannot Tolerate    
Anthony 
Do You Have Aging Parents?   
Gratitude Aloud
Get Involved!
God Doesn't Joke
Good Advice
Have a Good Day Every Day
Lot's Wife
Mary, Conceived Without Sin
Pray the Rosary
Run, Don't Walk
Take Up the Cross
What Are You Afraid Of?
Why Read the Bible?
Why Religion?
Why is Suicide Wrong?
You Can Help Change the World

Why Do Catholics Say Novenas?
 A novena is a cycle of prayers offered for a particular purpose spanning nine days, usually one day a week for nine weeks.  It consists of prescribed prayers and devotions and usually includes reception of the Sacrament of Penance and Holy Communion.  It can be made in common in church or in private.  The nine days are in commemoration of the nine days the Apostles spent in prayer between the Ascension and Pentecost.  


2 comments:

  1. Prayer to the Virgin Mary never known to fail

    O most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, fruit of the vine, splendorous of heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in this my necessity. O Star of the Sea help me and show me herein you are my Mother, O Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of heaven and earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succour me in my necessity. There are none that can withstand your power. O show me here you are my Mother, O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (3 times), Holy Mary, I place this cause in your hand (3 times). Thank you for your mercy towards me and Mine. Amen
    This prayer must be said for 3 days and after that the request will be granted and the prayer must be published. MTS

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    1. Thank you for sharing your prayer to the Blessed Mother.
      May all the silent wishes and longings of your heart be granted through the intercession of Mama Mary and in the mighty name of Jesus. Amen.

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