Communion portraits| St Matthew Catholic Church| San Antonio, TX.

There are 2 very important reasons on why it is so important to hire a professional photographer for your Holy Communion portraits.

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Rose to Mary: I love catching special wedding traditions, in a Catholic wedding it is customary to give a rose to Mary and often the mother of the bride and groom to, as part of the ceremony

Wedding photo ~ Rose to Mary: I love catching special wedding traditions, in a Catholic wedding it is customary to give a rose to Mary and often the mother of the bride and groom to, as part of the ceremony

There's a Saint for That

No human, including the Pope has the authority to make anyone a "saint". Matthew states that "All authority has been given to Jesus Christ, both in heaven and on earth." These "saints" are merely renamed pagan gods.

St Matthews Catholic Church, Mexico MO

St Matthews Catholic Church, Mexico MO

Amazing article on use of Holy Water in the home. I seriously went straight for the Holy Water after reading this post. :-)

Amazing article on use of Holy Water in the home. Time to get a few Holy Water Founts in our home.

St. Matthews Catholic Church Hillsboro, OR

Matthews Catholic Church Hillsboro, OR

A church founded by man could not stand such trials... surely it would be split and splintered over petty disputes. Only a Church founded by the One True God could stand firm through ages of persecution and trial.

A church founded by man could not stand such trials. Only a Church founded by the One True God could stand firm through ages of persecution and trial.

Rosslyn Chapel of The Templars ~ Edinburgh, Scotland

Rosslyn Chapel of The Templars ~ Edinburgh, Scotland Rumored resting place of the arc of the covenant

...Upon this ROCK I will build my CHURCH... Matthew 16:18

Scripture Origin- Peter is known as the first pope of the Church. When Jesus handed Peter the "keys to the Church", this moment started the idea of Holy Orders and authority within the Catholic Church.

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