Prayer is communion with God. Prayer can be public or personal, spoken or silent.
The Psalms are prayers we sing.
Prayer is essential to living a full Catholic life.
Traditional and foundational prayers are as follows:
- Grace before Meals
- Glory to the Father
- The Lord’s Prayer
- Hail Mary
- Act of Contrition
- Hail, Holy Queen
The Liturgical Calendar
The seasons of the Church follow one universal liturgical calendar.
- Triduum (or Holy Week)
- Ordinary Time
During the year, in addition to the Sunday worship,
the Church also celebrates Solemnities, Feasts, and
Memorials which may be on any day of the week.
These occur during the year to commemorate special
events or persons that are highly revered by the Catholic Church.
We follow spiritual law and foundation.
- The 7 Corporal Works of Mercy
- The 7 Spiritual Works of Mercy
- The 7 Gifts of the Holy Spirit
- The 3 Theological Virtues
- The 4 Cardinal Virtues
- The Ten Commandments
- The 2 Greatest Commandments
- The 8 Beatitudes
- The 14 Stations of the Cross
- The 7 Last Words of Christ
- Fruits of the Holy Spirit
- Four Marks of the Catholic Church
- Precepts of the Church
The Catholic Church has defined seven sacraments
instituted by and through the life of Jesus Christ.
Sacraments of Initiation
Sacraments of Healing
- Penance (Reconciliation)
- Anointing of the Sick
Sacraments of Vocation
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Papacy & Christian Unity
The Pope is the chief pastor and shepherd of the whole
Church. We believe that the Pope is the successor of
Peter, and his bishops are successors of the Twelve Apostles.