It's easy to fall out of the practice of going to Mass or to wonder why it's necessary to go at all. Here you can discover five reasons why it's important to go to Mass, and why the Church requires all who are able to go to Mass every Sunday.Find out more
It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do without Holy Mass.
– Padre Pio
Now that the Sunday obligation has been restored, let’s take this opportunity to remind ourselves of what happens at Mass, refresh our knowledge of Church teaching, and revive our souls with the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
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