The Meaning of Christmas

Christmas isn’t over yet! While many in our culture are already packing up the Christmas decorations, we are just beginning to celebrate Christ’s birth in the Church!

Here is a great article by CCH advisory board member, Dr. Peter Kreeft, that will help you and your family “look deeper” into the meaning of Christmas.

Merry Christmas from your team at CatholicsComeHome.org!

Inviting Catholics Home!

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 from Casting Nets about inviting people home to the Catholic Church, featuring Tom Peterson and Catholics Come Home.

This podcast is full of beautiful wisdom and inspiration for evangelizing! Please take time to listen and share!

Is Hell Crowded or Empty?

“Rob Bell is an evangelist and pastor – a leader in this emerging church movement. He’s written a book called Love Wins and it’s a book about eternal life. And he stakes out a more or less Universalist position meaning everyone get’s saved, so in the end, everyone gets to heaven. And it’s kicked up a controversy…Watch and listen to Fr. Barron’s commentary discussing ‘Is Hell Crowded or Empty?’” at IntegratedCatholicLife.org!

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Happy Feast of St. Frances Cabrini!

“Frances Xavier Cabrini was the first United States citizen to be canonized…In 35 years Frances Xavier Cabrini founded 67 institutions dedicated to caring for the poor, the abandoned, the uneducated and the sick. Seeing great need among Italian immigrants who were losing their faith, she organized schools and adult education classes.”

Learn more about St. Frances Xavier Cabrini here!

St. Frances Cabrini, pray for us!