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The Catholic homily is a speech given by the priest after the scripture readings that helps the congregation relate to the message of the Bible more readily. Sometimes a lay person or a deacon may give the homily instead... More »

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Choose a Roman Catholic funeral homily by first deciding what aspects of the deceased the sermon should focus on. Next, pick out a Bible verse or multiple verses that are associated with the chosen aspects, and find a co... More »

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Good sources for Catholic homilies include Homilies.net, AssociationOfCatholicPriests.ie and CatholicDoors.com. The websites also offer other resources, such as liturgical calendars, catechisms and other Catholic literat... More »

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Although the gospel readings used in Catholic masses and services date from the earliest ages of Christianity, it is the role of the Catholic priest or catechist to show the relevancy of the Gospel's message in today's w... More »

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Find a Catholic priest by consulting either MassTimes.org or the current edition of "The Official Catholic Directory." MassTimes.org enables website visitors to search a specified area for parishes. Entries provide paris... More »

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The Catholic and Jewish versions of the Ten Commandments are taken from the same scripture but differ somewhat in numbering and delineation. Buddhism and Islam each have very different lists of 10 commandments, though th... More »

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A Catholic priest directory lists the names and locations of current Catholic priests and the branches of Catholicism to which they belong. Some Catholic priest directories also list the place and year of ordination, alo... More »

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