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Deeper Truth defends the Catholic Church which is the fullness of Christ's truth. Haven't you been a baby Christian long enough? Let's go deeper. Read our articles at http://www.deepertruthblog.com

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Pope Gregory the Great (604 A. D.) explained it by pointing out that such charismatic signs were ?necessary in the first days of faith, but not in later years?(Homiliae in Evanfelia, Hom 29.4). The Holy Spirit is poured out upon the... more

Father Hopper serves two Catholic Parishes in the Archdiocese of Lexington Kentucky.Tonight, Father Hopper will give his testimony of his road to the Catholic Faith. Matthew 4:18-22 is the story of the call of the first Disciples. Today, the... more

I was reading in Genesis the story of Jacob and I was captivated by his life in this highly recognized biblical drama. From the very beginning, he was in competition with his brother Esau. Many today can relate to their rivalry being brothers. The... more

Today Sister Briege McKenna's healing ministry is totally centered on the Eucharist. During a special retreat for sisters a few years ago, she shared a remarkable story of how Jesus led her to this Eucharistic centering. Sr.... more

Queen of the Holy Rosary, you have designed to come to Fatima to reveal to the three shepherd children the treasures of grace hidden in the Rosary. Inspire my heart with a sincere love of this devotion, in order that by meditating on the... more

Back for a second week going to San Nicholas, Argentina. On the 13th of October, anniversary of the last appearance at Fatima, the Virgin spoke for the first time: You have done well. Do not be afraid. Come to see me. I will take... more

The Democratic Strategy to try and divide Christians in the United States over the Feinstein Torture report was but a ruse to divide Christians who were waking up to the attack on Faith in America. Over the past 6 years, with the threat of... more

There were four cups used at different times during the passover. They represented the following: 1 The first cup of wine is called the cup of sanctification. It is to commemorate the promise: ?I will bring you out.? 2 The... more

One of the most visible signs that identify Catholics together as a group is ?The Sign Of The Cross? which depicts the cross as a sign and a prayer of the Trinity, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. In Baptism, we are given a mark... more

The Eucharistic miracle of Daroca was verified shortly before one of the numerous battles sustained by the Spanish against the Moors. The Christian commanders asked the priest in the field to celebrate Mass, but a few minutes after the... more

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