Hello, readers! My name is Jonel and I go by an alias “The Praying Lensman” which is also the name of my blog. “Praying” because I believe in one, almighty, and munificent God. “Lensman” because I capture photos and short videos as a hobby. The plan is merging these two interests into one through this blog. I am a husband and a father of three and I depend on a job to support my growing Christian family. Thus, I will be blogging about parenting, work life, Christianity, and other topics under the sun.
These seven questions will check your knowledge about the Catholic Church. Try to answer them without referring to any source. You can retry until you get the perfect sore.
Steve Ray, a baptist convert to Catholicism, allowed that his message be shared to all Filipino Catholics. He wrote this in 2001 when he visited the Philippines to share his journey home to the Catholic Church.
In the last days, Catholics will be deceived and they will be offered solution to their doubts in exchange of their Catholic faith by an Antichrist.
The verses in this list are direct references of the Holy Eucharist in the Bible in no particular order. These verses are also used in the Catechism of the Catholic Church Article 3 The Sacrament of the Eucharist.
Procession is a form of popular piety being practiced by the Catholic Church for many centuries. These are the Biblical texts about processions.
This is my own review for the Truth & Life Dramatized Audio Bible: New TestamentBook by Carl Amari, Michael (PRD) Stark, and Raymond (PRD) Arroyo, an app you can download via your Android or IOS phone with a one-time minimal charge.
“Catolicos Ignorantes Futuros Protestantes” is a famous Spanish expression widely used in Latin America. It means that Catholics who do not study their faith are easy candidates for Protestantism.
The Blessed Virgin Mary never fails to comfort her children. Here are some of the messages she delivered in different occasions in the history.
The Catholic Church will always help the poor out of love for Jesus. She helps the living and the dead without exception through her works of mercy.
A decree by Pope Paul VI encourages the laity to “ad servitium Christi et Ecclesiae ubique incitantis” or to serve Christ and the Church in all circumstances.