Katherine Zita

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  • Katherine Zita posted an update 4 months ago

    It is 30 degrees Celsius here in Edmonton with a UV of 8 or higher so I am officially (well, not officially ;)) dead. You guys probably are used to it, but I am not. Canadian Winters are my favourite season

  • After a two year hiatus (I got Facebook and have been distracted + I went to college last year), I am back and I hope to be more active in the future. I love how this is such a faithfully Catholic community. God made you special and he loves you very much (Veggie Tales ending credit).

  • Good news for Canada (Although it is not good news if it does not pass) which is one of three countries (Canada, China, and North Korea) with no abortion laws whatsoever. “Today Conservative Member of Parliament for Yorkton-Melville, Cathay Wagantall, introduced her Private Members Bill “Cassie and Molly’s Law” in the House of Commons. This legislation will create a new offence for violent criminals who knowingly injure or cause the death of a preborn child while committing a criminal offence against a pregnant woman. Wagantall is calling on Parliamentarians to support reforms that will better protect Canadian women and their families.” (quotation from the Saskatchewan Pro Life Association, Fr. Jeffrey Stephaniuk’s blog news release) Please read the article that talks about it. “Wagantall was motivated to introduce this legislation after learning about the tragic story of Jeff Durham who just one year ago suffered the loss of Cassie and their daughter Molly, the victims of a terrible crime – when Molly was just weeks from being born.” (ibid)

  • I have RCIC teaching tonight, so I was asked to tell the kids what my favourite part of the mass is. I know I won\’t see this in time but I\’d thought I\’ll ask you the question. What is your favourite part of the mass?

    • It actually went very well. This was what I said. “f I was to think of what my favourite part of the Mass is I would probably have to say at the Consecration when bells are used. It looks, feels, and sounds, very holy.”

  • Katherine Zita posted an update in the group Group logo of Prayer WallPrayer Wall 2 years, 9 months ago

    Hi Everybody! I have a first cousin two times removed that was a Catholic and is now in favour of ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ. (LGBT) and supports the whole washroom thing that Catholics are having to face in North America (or throughout the world). She was a Catholic school trustee for years and taught bible studies at one of our local parishes. She is currently living a life outside of the church, so my family has started to pray for her to convert back to the faith in a full and meaningful way and I am asking if you could too. Thanks in advance and May God Bless You!

  • With the March for Life and the state of 3,700 babies dying everyday I want to post some Pro-Life songs.
    This first one is by Seals and Crofts a band from the 70s. The title of the song is Unborn Child. The reason why no one has really heard the song was because it was boycotted. It tries to convince the parents to stop and think over what they are planning to do. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm7JACG-CTk
    The other song is a very recent song and Youtube actually removed her video even though it could have saved and might actually have saved many lives. It talks about how hard it is for the mothers of the babies after they had an abortion. The link is about how her video was banned, but also includes the video itself. https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/youtube-banned-this-powerful-pro-life-music-video.-then-the-artist-sued #prolife

  • Katherine Zita posted an update in the group Group logo of Catholic TriviaCatholic Trivia 2 years, 10 months ago

    Reverend Delaney of New York was an Episcopalian minister who used to visit a hospital in cassock and biretta. Every morning an Irishman by the name of Murphy met him at the entrance of the hospital where he worked. He would say, “Good morning, Father,” and Rev. Delaney would reply, “Good morning.”
    Excuse me, Father,” said Murphy one day, “which church do you be serving?”
    “I am rector of the Church of Saint Mary up there on the hill.”
    God, forgive me,” replied Murphy, “for taking my hat off to a minister.”
    “You should see my church,” the minister tried to explain. “We have holy water at the door, and statues of St. Joseph and the Blessed Virgin. You’ll find there’s very little difference between your church and mine.”
    You will forgive me, your Reverence, but to me there seems to be a world of difference between Jesus Christ and Henry VIII.”
    “It bothered me quite a lot,” he said afterward, “for as a good American I had no time for Henry VIII or any of the kings of England. In the end I decided to go back to my books, and there I discovered that Henry VIII had a whole lot to do with it.” Rev. Delaney became a Catholic and was ordained a priest in Rome. (From Catechism in Stories: Part 1: The Creed by Rev. Lawrence G. Lovasik, S.V.D.) I found…[Read more]

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    • Thanks for sharing. .I have several family members of the Anglican persuasion who see no real ‘difference’ between our faiths :confused: I see numerous I’m afraid. ..

  • I find that this quote from Saint Anthony the Great is very relevant in our society today with all the insanity and madness present. “A time is coming when men will go mad, and when they see someone who is not mad, they will attack him, saying, ‘You are mad; you are not like us.\’”

  • For everyone who is posting Hilaire Belloc links and quotes: I love you so much! Hilaire Belloc is my favourite author! I have two of his books, Characters of the Reformation and Europe and the Faith. I haven\’t read Europe and the faith yet, but I have read some of Characters of the Reformation and it is really good (as Belloc is an amazing writer!) @chels @anastpaul

  • Happy New Year to you all! Happy Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God!

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