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Daily Reflections - Watch a video reflection on the day's scripture. You can also read or listen to the daily readings from the New American Bible.
For Your Marriage - Marriage is both a natural institution and a sacred union because it is rooted in the divine plan of creation. In addition, the Catholic Church teaches that the valid marriage between two baptized Christians is also a sacrament Ė a saving reality and a symbol of Christís love for his church (See Ephesians 5:25-33). In every marriage the spouses make a contract with each other. In a sacramental marriage the couple also enters into a covenant in which their love is sealed and strengthened by Godís love. Visit this link for information to support Catholic marriage and family life.
Traveling Catholics - visit www.masstimes.org for free information on the location of a nearby church and time of Mass.
Televised Sunday Mass - now airing on ABC Family from 5:30 am to 6:00 am each Sunday morning. THE SUNDAY MASS is produced by the Passionist Fathers and Brothers out of New York City and is available nationally on local affiliates. Too early for you? Tape it, Tivo it, or watch it online. For more information consult the website at www.TheSundayMass.org or call us at 800-THE-MASS.
Movie/Television Ratings - Visit www.usccb.org/movies the next time you want to know the moral and entertainment value of various movies, DVDís, video, and television programs.
Virtual Rosary - This is a free program with three goals in mind: 1: To teach the rosary and make it simple. 2: To keep the rosary refreshing and deep for anyone with the aid of scripture, music and illustrations. 3: To build a worldwide community of people to pray for each other.
American Catholic - AmericanCatholic.org, home of the online editions of St. Anthony Messenger, Catholic Update and other Catholic features, is a service of Franciscan Media (formerly known as St. Anthony Messenger Press), Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.
Priests for Life - Prayer is the foundation of all we do in the pro-life movement, and we invite you to join tens of thousands of others who are offering, each day, a prayer of commitment to build a culture of life. We urge you to pray, throughout the year, the daily prayer to end abortion.
Pro-life March- On January 22, 1974, the first March for Life was held on the West Steps of the Capitol. An estimated 20,000 committed prolife Americans rallied that day on behalf of our preborn brothers and sisters. In 1974, the March for Life was incorporated as a non-profit, non-partisan, non-sectarian organization.