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January 2016 What was the significance of the gifts from the Magi of gold, frankincense, and myrrh?
April 2014 How does the Catholic Church celebrate Christmas and what are Her customs and traditions?
January 2013 What documentation do we have to prove December 25th is Jesus' Birthday?
August 2012 How long does the precept to receive Holy Communion once a year last?
January 2011 Can you elaborate on the story I heard in Catholic school of St. Joseph and the lilies?
January 2010 Is the 'Urbi et Orbi' Blessing also enriched with an absolution as one would receive in Confession?
May 2009 Why do some churches place the figure of Christ in the nativity scene after Holy Communion?
 
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