Papal Conclave 2013 – Jorge Mario Bergoglio

The general congregation of the Cardinals of Catholic Church have been reunited before the official Conclave that will stand in 24 hours. They are gathered to pray, learn more about each other and make a reflection about the situation of the Catholic Church in the world today. The official Conclave will start tomorrow at 11hoo … Read more Papal Conclave 2013 – Jorge Mario Bergoglio

How the Roman Catholic Church Started

When the disciples of Jesus Christ were moving all over the world preaching the gospel, they formed the foundation of the churches. This is where all the churches we have today started. Here if a brief history about how the Roman Catholic started. When Jesus was crucified on the cross and died for three days, … Read more How the Roman Catholic Church Started

A Guide Through Popular Catholic Celebrations

The Catholic Church is one of the most popular religious institutions in Christianity. Catholics have a rich history which they celebrate through various forms. The following is a list of some of the popular catholic celebrations. It includes how they started and their significance to the church: 1) Easter celebrations. Easter is the most holy … Read more A Guide Through Popular Catholic Celebrations

Facts about the Vatican City

Vatican City is one of the most amazing places in the world. Although small (0.44sq.km) and a part of Italy, it’s quite independent. This small State was established in 1929 after the Lateran Treaty was established. This was the solution to series of disputes between the Italian Government and King, giving the Roman Catholics a … Read more Facts about the Vatican City

What is epiphany and when is it celebrated?

What is Epiphany? Epiphany is a term in traditional Greek that is derived from the words ‘to appear’, and is used to describe manifestation, or appearance. In the Christian content it is used to describe the day that Christians celebrate the revelation or manifestation of God’s son as a human being in the young born … Read more What is epiphany and when is it celebrated?

The Bible Mystery – Templar

The Templar’s were the people who had taken the vows of poverty and after they had conquered Jerusalem they returned back home and only nine of them returned to take the three perpetual vows. The Templar’s adopted the white habit that was the special robe worn by the Cisterns’ and added a cross to it. And this later on designed four ranks to the brethren. They were divided into the:..

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