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Can a LifeWave Patch Ease My Pain?

JB asks: “Somebody just told me about Life wave patches that are supposed to help with pain and other problems that haven’t been helped with traditional medicine. I don’t know if these are legit – they talk about scientific studies, but I am afraid they fall under New Age medicine practices. Can you tell me what you think of this?”

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Saint Anthony of Padua: Medieval Proponent of Our Lady’s Assumption

by Theresa Cavicchio

“The Most Blessed Virgin Mary, when the course of her earthly life was completed, was taken up body and soul into the glory of heaven, where she already shares in the glory of her Son’s Resurrection, anticipating the resurrection of all members of his Body” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 974).

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Dodgers Award Ceremony Falls Flat

With thousands of people protesting in the streets outside, the LA Dodgers controversial Pride Night ceremony honoring the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence took place before nearly empty stands with many of the few people in attendance booing loudly during the presentation.

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FBI Admits to Spying on Catholic Congregations

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Based on new internal information obtained by Congress, we now know that at least one undercover FBI agent was used to spy on Catholics while they were attending Mass in an effort to develop sources in Christian churches and Catholic dioceses in order to “combat domestic terrorism.”

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The Annunciation: Our Union with Mary Modeled by Blessed Conchita Cabrera

by Kathleen Beckman

As the universal Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Annunciation on March 25, we are liturgically led to ponder the gift, beauty, and mission of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Her yes to God’s plan for the Incarnation was intimately personal to Mary and infinitely universal to the Church.

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Regulating the Heart During Infertility or After Miscarriage

Margalita Poletunow, LMHC

When facing miscarriage or infertility the feelings such as confusion, shock, frustration, irritability, or for the woman to see herself as having less value than other “fertile women” may make sense. A woman may begin to internalize statements such as “God does not love me or does not care for me. Surely He knows that I am open to life, to be fruitful, to raise children and He has not made it happen.” These initial feelings are expected because a woman never dreamed of having reproductive challenges.

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