Tag Archives : saints

Heaven: What is it Really Like?


Is heaven a big room where an old guy with a long white beard and a young guy with holes in his hands and feet sit on thrones, surrounded by adoring angels, with a white bird hovering over their heads? And what do we do there? Do we bow in adoration and pray all day, being generally blissful? A friend…

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Joan of Arc – Dolls From Heaven


Just in time for the holidays, Joan of Arc joins Saint Therese Lisieux in the Dolls From Heaven Collection. Presenting the Catholic answer to American Girl dolls, each 18″ saint has her own storybook and accessories, which can also be ordered separately. These dolls are a great way to help teach your children, godchildren and grandchildren Catholic values and immerse them…

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Fulton Sheen’s Cause – Victim Of Another Bishops’ Snafu?


Rocco Palmo’s latest update to Whispers In The Loggia today, cites yet another incomprehensible move by our “hierarchy”.  I can only hope that it is just a miscommunication that got out of hand.  According to the website for archbishop Sheen’s cause for sainthood, the Diocese of Peoria is passing the buck for Sheen’s beatification, because the Archdiocese of New York won’t release…

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