Category: Feasts and Traditions

You might be a Judas if…

Holy Thursday, also known as Maundy Thursday, marks the remembrance of the Last Supper for many Christians around the world. Marking the first evening of the Holy Triduum, which culminates with Easter Sunday (or Resurrection Sunday as some refer to it), it is a night of much significance. The Institution of the Holy Eucharist as

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Excommunication – What’s the big deal? Revealing the True Power of the Church. It might surprise you.

One of the most used words in Catholicism is the word “Eucharist.” It’s heard every Sunday at Mass and Catholics use it all the time. It’s called a sacrament. What is that? What does it even mean? And, if it’s not a big deal then why would anyone be concerned about being cut off from

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Ego Tripping, Epiphany and Wakanda Forever!

You may have heard Oprah Winfrey call it her “Ah Ha Moment” and many others describe it as a sudden revelation of reality that usually changes you in an instant. Unlike the word in its traditional sense, my “epiphany” came on a Saturday, not a Sunday. And, I was surrounded by mourners not magi. Through

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