Archive for the 'Catholicism' Category

Saint Patrick’s Day

Monday, November 9th, 2009

It’s true – it seems everyone wants to be Irish on St Patrick’s Day (March 17)! Maybe it’s the fun, cheerful atmosphere that’s enjoyed in the numerous St Patrick’s Day celebrations around the world, or maybe people just enjoy dressing in green, throwing shamrocks around and leaping like leprechauns! Whatever the reason, St Patrick’s Day […]

History of Catholicism

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Catholicism is a form of Christianity that has a long and rich history. The term primarily refers to Christians that are in full communion with the Church of Rome and are led by the Roman Pontiff, currently Pope Benedict XVI. The name “Catholic” will often be used to describe any member of the Christian faith […]