The Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano in Italy

A 17th-century marble inscription describes the Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano in Italy that took place in the church of San Francesco in 750. "The monastery priest questioned the actual presence of our Lord in the consecrated host. He celebrated Mass, and when he...

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Carlo Acutis: The First Millennial Saint

Carlo Acutis (1991-2006) died of leukemia at the age of 15 and donated his suffering to the Pope and the Church. He was gifted in computer work, but at the same time, he was an extraordinarily loving and pious young man - he was at Mass every day, prayed the rosary...

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Eucharistic Miracle in Poland On Christmas 2013

Eucharistic Miracle in Poland happened in the church of St. Hyacinth to the priest, when consecrated holy host fell to the ground during Holy Communion. The Roman Missal states how to deal with such cases, and the priest did the same: he placed the holly host in a...

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Let’s Repeat Our Lady of Lourdes Story

Our Lady of Lourdes story begins on February 11, 1858, the fourth year after Pope Pius IX. proclaimed the religious truth on immaculate conception. That day she appeared in a rocky cave near the French city of Lourdes the Virgin Mary to fourteen-year-old Bernadette...

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The Miracle of the Sun at Fatima in 1917

Three Fatima shepherds first saw Mary around noon on May 13, 1917. But the miracle of the sun at Fatima appeared in front of many witnesses. Lucia was ten years old, Francisco nine, and Jacinta seven: none of them had gone to school yet, so they were illiterate. Lucia...

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Christ the Lord Has Risen, and the World Has Changed

Luke the Evangelist is the only known writer from the Bible who was not a Jew. He was a Christian of the Gentiles, a disciple of the Apostle of the Nations of St. Paul, with whom he had been from an early age. Luke learned from Paul, and Paul spiritually nourished...

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The Eucharistic Miracle Is Remarkable in Itself

The Eucharistic miracle is the greatest miracle in itself, says St. Thomas Aquinas: Jesus, who as God and man becomes present in a unique way in bread and wine. However, this is not achievable for our senses - we can only access this reality through faith. Because God...

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What Is Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights?

Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights, is the feast by which the Jews celebrate the rededication of the Second Temple. Namely, Judea was conquered and occupied by the Greeks during the time of Antioch. The Greeks turned their greatest shrine, the Second Temple in...

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Does Mental Health Affect Physical Health?

Does mental health affect physical health? “A man is what he thinks about all day long,” wrote American essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson. It is just one of the countless sayings about the power and strength of our thoughts. Known and unknown, signed and unsigned authors...

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Control Your Lucid Dreams With Various Tricks

Be aware that you can control your lucid dreams with various tricks. Here you can read some tips on how to consciously and at will extend your lucid dreams. Be careful when turning. Also, be mindful of spinning or falling in a dream because when you stop spinning or...

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Lucid Dreaming Tips and Tricks for Beginners

If you know your personal sleep schedule, you can adjust your sleep pattern to help you recall lucid dreams. Here are some lucid dreaming tips and tricks. Read about lucid dreaming techniques for beginners here. Some Lucid Dreaming Tips and Tricks for Beginners The...

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Lucid Dreaming Techniques for Beginners

A dream diary is the most crucial step towards lucid dreaming, so it needs to be mentioned first when discussing the lucid dreaming techniques for beginners. Keep it close to the bed at night and write in it immediately after waking up. However, you can use the...

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You Deserve the Best That Life Has to Offer

What is possible in life assuming that you deserve the best that life has to offer? The most important thing for you is to believe that everything is possible. It is possible to move forward and then experience failure and give up on yourself. It is possible to wander...

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You Are Responsible for Your Own Happiness

Who is responsible for your life and your happiness? The answer is simple. You and only you are responsible for your own happiness and life. "People always blame the circumstances. I don't believe in circumstances. The people who succeed in this world are the people...

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The True Meaning of the Christmas Story

As we prepare to celebrate Christmas, in a small group, due to a health crisis, what do we actually know about this Christmas party? Are we aware of the true meaning of the Christmas story? Why December 25, when we don't know the exact date of Jesus' birth? Here are...

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Winter Solstice in the Past and Now

The winter solstice in the past was considered the end of the old and the beginning of the new year. In nature, it appears as the shortest day, followed by the longest night. This happens twice a year; Once in the northern hemisphere and once in the southern...

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Does Religion Impact People and Their Life?

Does religion impact people? Regardless of our view on religion, we cannot ignore that religion has been man's companion throughout his history. People have different opinions about religion as a general concept and about individual religions. For some, religion is an...

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