Be Fiercely Catholic

“Stand firm in the faith! Do not let yourselves be confused!”

Pope Benedict XVI

Fiercely – adverb: /firslē/ In a powerful manner or with a passionate or heartfelt intensity.

Catholic – adjective: /kaTH(ə)lik/ Relating to the historic doctrine, tradition, and practice of the Church founded by Jesus Christ.

“The enemy surrounds us and we will perish unless we fight. If we really fight, we are given assurance of victory.”

St. Francis de Sales

Don’t be a confused, a half-hearted, or a timid Catholic.

Learn your faith. Love your faith. Live your faith.

“A holy tenacity in the faithful practice of your ordinary exercises of the spiritual life, especially in meditation and spiritual reading, will aways be a source of great blessings for you.”

Venerable Bruno Lanteri

Being a good Catholic and practicing your faith is hard. There is much to learn and there are many challenges.

This site aims to help you learn more about the teachings of the Catholic Church and to strengthen your Catholic faith.

I hope that can be a resource for you as you walk with Jesus on the path of a disciple of Our Lord Jesus Christ, a path that leads to sainthood.

Be calm but vigilant, because your enemy the devil is prowling round like a roaring lion, looking for someone to eat. Stand up to him, strong in faith.

1 Peter 5: 8-9