CATHOLIC FAITH AT HOME RESOURCES OCT. 18
The Mystery of Christ’s
Passion, Death and Resurrection


The Mass is the greatest prayer.
The celebration of Mass makes present for us the
Mystery of Christ’s Passion, Death and Resurrection.

It is the source and summit of our lives in Christ.

Sadly, many Catholics see it just as a symbol, but this is grossly inaccurate.

Studying the Eucharistic miracles in last week's
Catholic Faith At Home Newsletter
will help people understand this Truth of our Faith!

Let us deepen our understanding of this great treasure.

Watch the video below for an excellent explanation
of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass...our Lord and our God!




HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN OHIO


Did you know that in 2019,
Ohio ranked fifth in the nation
for the number of cases reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline?

Want to learn about what human trafficking looks like in Ohio
and how you can get involved in the movement to end human trafficking?

Join a Zoom Meeting with
Samantha Searls and Becky Kunkler

Monday, October 19, 2020 @ 7:00pm

at NO cost to you!


Educate Yourself & Read These
Essential Catholic Resources For Voting

Know the “Common Good” Criteria

Since the purpose of voting is to foster the common good,
the worthiness or unworthiness of a candidate for office
is best judged by their relationship to their basic principles
of a just social order and their willingness to advance them.
(e.g. to protect all human life)
It is not based on personality or likeability.

Non-Negotiable vs. Negotiable Issues to Consider

In an address by Pope Benedict XVI in 2006 to European parliamentarians,
in which he named the goods which are non-negotiables,
and thus at the heart of the common good.

As far as the Catholic Church is concerned,
the principal focus of her interventions in the public arena
is the protection and promotion of the dignity of the person,
and she is thereby consciously drawing particular attention
to principles which are not negotiable.

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