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DOCAT App and The Dream of Pope Francis

Last edited 26th September 2016

This is the Pope. The Pope has a dream.

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Proclaim 2016 Keynote Sessions (On Demand)

Last edited 6th September 2016

Xt3.com proudly brings you the live webcast of all the plenary sessions of the Proclaim Conference 2016 you can watch them on demand below:

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Bishop-Elect Richard Umbers - On Reconciliation

Last edited 23rd August 2016

"Every time I go to confession I feel such great joy, not only because Our Lord is forgiving me my sins but because there is a priest there who is an ambassador of God's mercy who has said yes to God and has allowed me to go to confession. I feel such gratitude for the priest and the priesthood whenever I have that opportunity."

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A Virtuous Use of Freedom by Cardinal Timothy Dolan

Last edited 7th July 2016

You have to admit that my topic for this column is seasonal! I want to write about freedom, and here we just celebrated the Fourth of July, the day our beloved country declared its independence from England and became a free people.

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When a Christian Debates an Atheist

Last edited 11th May 2016

When you're asked to speak at the atheism society... Watch this hilarious clip from Glyn Barrett !Audacious Church!

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He Lives - Celebrate Easter Because Jesus Christ Lives

Last edited 6th April 2016

Because of the Resurrection, Jesus Christ lives. Because of Him, you can overcome sin and experience everlasting joy.

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24 Hours for the Lord Parish Prayer Audio Resources

Last edited 19th February 2016

This podcast contains audio resources that you can download play at your own parish when you have a 24 Hours for the Lord event.

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The Significance of Ash Wednesday

Last edited 9th February 2016

They may just be ashes, but Fr. Mike points out that what they represent goes far beyond mere dust of the earth. With a simple cross on the forehead, we are recognizing that we are far from perfect, but that God loves and redeems us - not despite our brokenness, but in the midst of it. If you want to start off your Lent with a reminder of Ash Wednesday’s deeper meaning, listen to Fr. Mike’s heartfelt words in this video.

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"Church-speak" - Strange Things Church People Say

Last edited 4th February 2016

Msgr. Charles Pope from the Archdiocese of Washington writes:

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The Francis Minute: The Recipe for a Happy Family

Last edited 28th January 2016

Trusting and hoping in the Lord is not always easy. Listening to the words of Pope Francis about Mary's attitude at the Wedding Feast of Cana, we can find inspiration to live as she did. This is a beautiful catechesis for the family. We invite you to enjoy this animation produced by Catholic-Link.org.

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