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What do two Catholic men who believe in God and love the Church sound like when they have a conversation? Listen to ‘"A New York Catholic Conversation" to hear for yourself. For several years every Thursday morning, Frank Alagia and Deacon John Catalano would have breakfast after the 7am Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and they would talk about things they cared about; the daily Gospel message, the Sacraments, Holy Days, forgiveness, and any number of topics of interest to Catholic people. ...
 
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THE HOLY SPIRIT. “Come Holy Ghost, Creator blest, and in our hearts take up thy rest”. Pentecost draws our attention to the third person of the Trinity. We believe He is the Lord, the giver of life. If He is our Advocate, are we calling on Him now, for all our needs? Join the conversation: anycatholicconversation@gmail.com…
 
THE HOMILY. We don’t go to Mass just to hear a good sermon, but an effective Homily can get us to think, and act. It can enhance our experience at Mass, from the singing and the hearing, to the worshipping and receiving. Join the conversation: anycatholicconversation@gmail.com저자 anewyorkcatholicconversation
 
THE REAL PRESENCE. Body and blood, soul and divinity -- all present in the Eucharist at Mass. This belief must be nurtured, refreshed, protected, and passed along. And blessed are those who have not seen, but believed. Join the conversation: anycatholicconversation@gmail.com저자 anewyorkcatholicconversation
 
GOOD FRIDAY & EASTER SUNDAY. As we enter into His Passion on Good Friday, we prayerfully follow Him to the Cross, and to His tomb. And when we awaken on Easter Sunday, we recognize once again, that ‘He Is Risen’ today, and every day, for the rest of our lives. Join the conversation: anycatholicconversation@gmail.com…
 
THE SAINTS. They are great role models, with much to show us and teach us. And we believe that they intercede for us. So let’s remind ourselves to reach out to them, and call on them for our needs, and embrace them sincerely in prayer. Join the conversation: anycatholicconversation@gmail.com저자 anewyorkcatholicconversation
 
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