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The Basics of Catholicism

Explore the beliefs and practices of Catholicism while learning more about the Catholic Church.

Catholic Beliefs and Practices
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The Breastplate of Saint Patrick

The Lorica, or Breastplate, of Saint Patrick is known for one of its verses. But the full version incorporates all the elements of Catholic morning prayer.

A Prayer of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart

In this prayer, we ask the Mother of God to intercede for us, that we may know the Will of her Son and live it in our lives.

Natural Family Planning: A Personal Perspective

How did a couple who wanted to have three children end up with eight? The answer is NFP—but not in the way you might think.

Anima Christi

This beautiful prayer, which dates from the early 14th century, was translated by John Henry Cardinal Newman.

Vatican Guidelines on Sexual Abuse Allegations

A text designed to help lay people understand the procedures that the Vatican enforces to investigate allegations of clerical sexual abuse.

Natural Family Planning Resources

Natural Family Planning (NFP) covers a number of scientific methods for determining human fertility. Find information on different NFP methods.

Six Myths About NFP That Everyone Knows to Be True

Why Natural Family Planning is probably something different from what you think it is.

An Invocation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

This Invocation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary is meant to be prayed frequently throughout the day.

Natural Family Planning

Natural Family Planning is a scientific method for determining human fertility through the observation of a woman's biological cycles. Learn more about NFP.

An Invocation to the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary

This short invocation to Mary, the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, is an appropriate prayer for reciting at the end of the rosary.

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