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Michael Mencer was fast going blind and was already readying to learn Braille. But the next day, as he walked home from school, his eyesight was instantly restored to normal. Doctors found his vision was perfect 20/20 and had no medical explanation why.
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During the Octave of Christmas celebrating the Blessed Virgin Mary as Mother of God and our mother makes for a perfect New Year's Day
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This beloved Christmas classic celebrating its 70th anniversary brings to light a few connections likely not realized about Stewart and George Bailey.
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Youthful saint's heart leaves Belgium for celebration of major United States miracle anniversary
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Believe opens this weekend in theaters that uses a Christmas pageant about to be canceled as part of the drama.
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St. Nicholas, one of the one endearing saints revered by Western and Eastern rite Catholics and Orthodox, has many fascinating facts connected to his life that we should be aware of to keep Christmas in our heart throughout the year.
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Hear upcoming EWTN show how The Sons of Saint Joseph has fired up and inspired men at one parish to become dynamic Catholics, husbands, fathers, friends, and helpers.
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In formal Jubilee act, Poland and its people acknowledge Jesus Christ as their King attended by tens of thousands.
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During his current visit to the United States, the Vatican's Archbishop Di Noia gave insights about the challenges to our faith in this secular age and why we need to answer them.
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Father Michael Champagne inspires us with over 250 people for a marathon reading of the entire the Bible in the public square
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A Priest just wrote in to suggest these short prayers that can be said all throughout this day and night: : “O Mary Immaculate, Patroness of America – Guide our nation’s destiny!” or “O Mary, by your Holy and Immaculate Conception, deliver us from evil leadership!”
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If you liked Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing, you’ll love The Hidden Rebellion coming on Nov. 5 to EWTN — another exceptionally strong voice on film crying out in the wilderness at this critical time in culture and history.
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Father Jeffrey Gets Great Surprise: The Palmetto Award which is South Carolina's highest civilian honor
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The bishops of Wisconsin consecrate the faithful in the dioceses and state to Mary, Mother of Mercy, and add an important daily follow-up.
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Heaven does not leave us without hope and help in the latter times. Scriptures, saints, and and heavenly apparitions give clear direction.
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Over the centuries, several holy people have been given heavenly insights into what the Antichrist and times would be like.
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On the 445th anniversary of Lepanto, Our Lady of the Rosary can again hand us the victory if we follow history
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These lesser-known apparitions of Gietrzwald in Poland have striking echoes of Our Lady's visits to Lourdes and Fatima.
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A brilliant new EWTN film unmasks the man behind community organizing and what has greatly contributed to today's chaotic culture.
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Our culture seems to be heading off to Sodom and Gomorrah, but take heart! As Bob and Penny Lord said: “We can change the world. We will change world!”
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Mother Teresa found this a never-fail quick novena to turn to our Blessed Mother for speedy assistance.
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Bishop Supported Major Apparitions of St. Joseph Along with Mary and Jesus in Brazil
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The first Holy League Won the Battle of Lepanto; Today's Holy League Can Win Back Souls and Culture
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Joseph Pronechen is staff writer with the National Catholic Register since 2005. His articles have appeared regularly in a number of national publications including Columbia magazine, Faith and Family, Catholic Digest, and Marian Helper. His religion features have also appeared in Fairfield County Catholic and in one of Connecticut’s largest news dailies. He holds BS and MS degrees and formerly taught English and courses in film study that he developed at a Catholic high school in Connecticut. Joseph and his wife Mary reside in Connecticut.