Dogon Religious Beliefs and Practices

An ethnologist who spent many years researching Dogon religious beliefs says that they knew about the rings of Saturn and the moons of Jupiter. Still, the most shocking thing was that they knew that Sirius is actually a binary star system and that the small star is...

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What Is the Purpose of Angels on Earth?

What is the purpose of angels on earth? Angels are energy beings of wisdom and mediators between God and man. Angels are beings of light. They have been all around us since the beginning of creation. The Origin of the Word Angel The word angel comes from the Greek...

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Why Is Christianity Declining Around the World

Why is Christianity declining? Why are there places where the modern Church is growing, and there are places where it is disappearing? So Where and Why Is Christianity Declining? It grows in eastern India, on some Indonesian islands, in Vietnam, in the hidden corners...

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The Evolution of the Universe and Man

The evolution of the universe and man is talked about in schools, especially right after the war, as a "death blow" to faith because science explained everything, how the world and man came into Being, and "fairy tales" from the Bible are against science. Many...

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What Is the Definition of Self-Care?

The term seems simple, but many are confused about the question, "What is the definition of self-care?" But put simply, it's treatment provided by you, for you. What Is the Definition of Self-Care? For many of us, the first thing that comes to mind is sitting on fancy...

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Fun Ways to Relieve Stress at Home or at Work

You do not need to take the full time off to relieve stress. You can do these fun ways to relieve stress anywhere to make your life much less complicated. Do Some Deep Breathing One method to relax anywhere is to do some deep breathing. If you're really anxious, it'll...

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The History of All Saints’ Day

In the Catholic Church, on November 1, we celebrate the solemn feast of All Saints, so Let's look at the history of All Saints' Day. In the East, the Church celebrated the holiday as early as the 4th century, and through Gaul in the 9th century, the celebration spread...

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The Role of the Holy Spirit in the Church

People have fulfillment in the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the Church. That is why we are talking about the role of the Holy Spirit in the Church. The Church is most closely connected with the mystery of the redemptive work of the Triune God, the Father, and the...

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May 13th Is Our Lady of Fatima Feast Day

May 13 Is Our Lady of Fatima Feast Day (Portuguese: Nossa Senhora de Fátima), so dear to the saint and great Pope John Paul II, and we remember the apparition of Mary in the Portuguese city of Fatima in 1917. Our Lady of Fatima Feast Day Is Based on the Apparitions of...

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Fourth Sunday of Easter; Good Shepherd Sunday

The fourth Sunday of Easter is known as Good Shepherd Sunday because, in the 10th chapter of John, Jesus speaks about himself as the "good shepherd." The Meaning of the Fourth Sunday of Easter Is Not Consistent With Today’s Times The story of the shepherd and the...

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Saint Florian, the Patron Saint of Firefighters

One of the most popular and revered folk saints is Saint Florian, the patron saint of firefighters. Many churches are dedicated to him. His image adorns many firehouses, holy masses are offered in his honor, and processions are held. Short Biography of Saint Florian,...

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Saint Joseph the Worker and the Feast of Worker

In 1955 the Great Pope Pius XII introduced the feast of Saint Joseph the Worker into the church year. He decreed that the holiday be celebrated on May 1. In 1889, the so-called Second International decided to celebrate May 1 as World Labor Day. In the same year, Pope...

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The Sunday of Divine Mercy or White Sunday

On April 24, 2022, the Catholic Church celebrates the 2nd Easter Sunday, also called White Sunday or the Sunday of Divine Mercy. The connection between the Feast of Divine Mercy and the 2nd Easter Sunday points to the symbol of the relationship between the sacrament...

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Jesus Is the Only Way to the Father in Heaven

Jesus' death was inevitable, as the cruel execution on Golgotha was, in a way, at the heart of God's plan. Jesus was born to die on the cross. But that was not the end of it; Jesus rose on the third day. The resurrection is proof that Jesus was indeed the...

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Daily Good Habits Routines – Why They Usually Fail

When we try to acquire daily good habits routines, we may not always succeed. More often than not, you use the practice for a week and then get tired of it. Even though your mind wants to develop this habit, you cannot stay committed to it. Have you ever wondered why?...

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Am I happy? What exactly is happiness?

What exactly is happiness? Am I happy? Are the people around me happy? Fyodor Dostoevsky worked: "A man is unhappy because he does not know he is happy." Happiness… we all want it, and for most of us, it is the meaning of life… be happy. However, the ways we...

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Biblical Principles of Life and Time

Here is the principle of "rethinking and building". The Fourth part of Biblical Principles of Life and Time. "A time to cut down, and a time to build." Ecclesiastes 3: 3. Biblical principles are fundamental truths applicable in a variety of situations. On the other...

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