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The Surprising Catholic History of Pretzels
Last edited 29th May 2015

Though the exact origins of the pretzel remain mysterious, legend has it that the story began around A.D. 610, when Italian monks presented their young students with treats of baked dough twisted in the shape of crossed arms. At the time, crossing one’s arms was the traditional posture for prayer. As the custom spread through medieval Europe, the pretzel’s three holes came to represent the Holy Trinity—Father, Son and Holy Spirit...


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Love Hunt
Last edited 17th May 2015

Is true love just a myth? Is it as elusive as Big Foot and as hidden as the Loch Ness Monster? One man is on a mission to find out. Video by Life Teen!

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Who is Worthy of God's Mercy? Pope Francis Minute Episode 2
Last edited 11th May 2015

Inspired in the words of Pope Francis and the newly built facilities for Rome's homeless, the latest episode of the animated series "Pope Francis Minute" deals with the power and necessity of God's mercy in our lives.


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Fr. Roderick's Priceless Reaction to the New Star Wars Trailer
Last edited 20th April 2015

Podcasting priest and die-hard Star Wars fan Fr Roderick Vonhögen, who you may have heard of from and a few guess pieces on Xt3, filmed himself watching the new Star Wars trailer last week. His reaction was priceless - and the video has gone viral around the world with people of all faiths and backgrounds sharing the video. What an example of Christian joy!


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Our Pick of the Films of 2014
Last edited 15th January 2015

Picking the year’s most worthwhile films is always a challenge. Here is a list of ten from a range of genres, with something for everyone.

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Because We're Happy - 2014 Christmas Video from
Last edited 23rd December 2014 would like to wish all our friends and supporters a very Merry Christmas filled with joy and happiness. Even though this year has been a difficult one for so many, the arrival of Christ reminds us to hope, to rejoice - and to "Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good" (Psalm 136:1).


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Happy 78th Birthday Pope Francis!
Last edited 16th December 2014

On 17 December Pope Francis turns 78! To celebrate his birthday, we are sharing once again this excellent cartoon summary of the Pope's life, which was released shortly after his election as Pope. Please join us in praying for our Holy Father today.


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How Do Children Interpret the Christmas Story?
Last edited 4th December 2014

The story of Christmas told by preschool & kindergarten students from Hilltop Preschool & Kindergarten.

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Great Typographic Designs of Bible Verses and Lines from Hymns
Last edited 18th November 2014

Typographic Verses is a website run by Jonathan Ogden (@ogvidius) as a place to share great typographic designs of Bible verses and lines from hymns. Designs are done by Jonathan Ogden and also submissions from guest designers (which are all credited in the description).


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It's Time for Catholics to Embrace Halloween
Last edited 30th October 2014

As we near All Hallows Eve, aka Halloween, we fired some questions at the walking encyclopedia that is Father Steve Grunow, and he responded with everything you ever wanted to know about Halloween and its deeply Catholic roots.

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