"God commands not impossibilities, but by commanding he suggests to you to do what you can, to ask for what is beyond your strength; and he helps you, that you may be able."

St Augustine

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"The supreme perfection of man in this life is to be so united to God that all his soul with all its faculties and powers are so gathered into the Lord God that he becomes one spirit with him, and remembers nothing except God, is aware of and recognises nothing but God, but with all his desires unified by the joy of love, he rests contentedly in the enjoyment of his Maker alone."

St Albert the Great

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"When the devil has failed in making a man fall, he puts forward all his energies to create distrust between the penitent and the confessor, and so by little and little he gains his end at last."

St Philip Neri

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"The good of the grace of one soul is greater than the good of the nature of the whole universe"
- St Thomas Aquinas Ia IIa, q.113, a.9 ad 2um
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The beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church are outlined in a simple Catechism.

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Our Lord,  Jesus

Outlines what we know about Jesus and the Incarnation.

Our Mother, Mary

Outlines the marvellous privileges of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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Lists the doctors of the Church with links to info on all saints.

Prayers

Common prayers of the Church, including the Rosary.

The Resurrection of Christ: the basis of our Faith

"Now God hath both raised up the Lord, and will raise us up also by his power. "
- 1 Corinthians 6:14

The Resurrection of Jesus Christ was the turning point in human history and is the basis of the Christian Faith. It completed the work of man's salvation and redemption by which "the gates of Heaven," closed since the sin of Adam, were again opened. The Passion, death and Resurrection of Our Lord constitute the most momentous event in the history of the world.

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