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Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1617-1682), "The Holy Family", (public domain) While Saint Joseph’s primary feast day is March 19th, in 1955 Pope Pius XII added a second day on May

Giovanni da Monte Rubiano (1465-1544), “Our Lady of Succor”, (Image in public domain)   Catechism of the Catholic Church 395 - The power of Satan is, nonetheless, not infinite. He is only

Franz Georg Hermann the Younger (1692–1768), “The Last Judgment and the Lamb of the Apocalypse” (photo: Public Domain)   Catechism of the Catholic Church 675 - Before Christ's second coming the

 (photo: Shutterstock)   1 Thes 5:17-18 "Pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you." The Divine Mercy Chaplet was presented

Raphael, "Christ's Charge to Peter", 1515 Catechism of the Catholic Church 989 - We firmly believe, and hence we hope that, just as Christ is truly risen from the dead and

Juan de Juanes, "The Last Supper," 1560 (photo in public domain) “And this food is called among us Eucharistia [the Eucharist], of which no one is allowed to partake

The Keys of St. Peter. (photo: Fr. Lawrence OP from Flickr via ChurchPop, CC BY NC ND 2.0))   Catechism of the Catholic Church 891 - "The Roman Pontiff, head of the

(photo: Ruslan Lytvyn/Shutterstock) By Rev Francis Spirago and Fr John Hardon Is Baptism of Water Necessary for Salvation? It is commonly taught by the Church that baptism of water is necessary

Théodore Chassériau, “Macbeth Seeing the Ghost of Banquo,” c. 1855 (photo: Public Domain) Catholic Encyclopedia Divination: The seeking after knowledge of future or hidden things by inadequate means. The means