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El grupo de músicos católicos puertorriqueño Son By Four nos acompañan nuevamente para contarnos acerca de sus múltiples proyectos de evangelización y además deleitarnos con su música a Dios.
On the Feast of Sts. Philip and James Fr. Angelo preaches on the Apostolic succession of the bishops that constitutes the Apostolicity of the Church, one of the four marks of the Church to recognize the true Church. As any bishop lays hands on a new bishop they pass on what they have received from their successor and this goes back to the Apostles handing on what Jesus Himself gave to them and is the key to how Jesus fulfills His promise that the Holy Spirit will always be with His Church. This is a great assurance and source of Hope. Let us rejoice in it and give thanks to God.
Mass: Sts. Philip and James – Feast – Form: OF
1st: 1co 15:1-8
Resp: psa 19:2-3, 4-5
Gsp: joh 14:6-14
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This anonymous medieval tune plays in the background as an assortment of tapestry’s, paintings and mosaics scroll through. These images range from the fourth to fourteenth century’s.
Catholic Answers Senior Apologist Jimmy Akin explains why the early Christian Tertullian is considered an ecclesiastical writer rather than a Father of the Church.
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