Catholic, from the Greek phrase ‘kata holos‘, meaning “according to the whole”. The word in common English can mean either “all-embracing” or ‘universal’, and is sometimes used in a Church context as “relating to the historic doctrine and practice of the whole Church.” It was first used to describe the...

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Augustine Of Canterbury


Icon is a Greek word meaning ‘image‘. Icons are painted images usually of Jesus, The Trinity, A Biblical Passage, or The Saints that are most prominent in the Eastern Orthodox Traditions of Christianity. Sometimes framed, sometimes overlaid in gold or silver, and often very two dimensional. The importance of Greek...

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One Baptism

We Believe …Baptism, the sacrament whereby we become members of the catholic church, is for us a very important part of our life together. Baptism and Reconciliation are the two sacraments which may be inferred from the Ancient creeds. In the Nicene Creed, which we declare in our Eucharistic Liturgies, declares ...

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