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Memorial of the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul

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St. Paul by Carvaggio

The painting of the conversion of St. Paul above is by Carvaggio. If Paul can be welcomed into the church, so can you. So can any of us. As my four year old said after listening to Justin Bieber, “It’s never too late to say sorry.” More after the jump:

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TCC Video: Andrew Garfield on Falling in Love With Jesus

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Andrew Garfield and Amy Adams

“I’ve always had a longing because I wasn’t raised with anything.”

To prepare to play a Jesuit priest in Silence Andrew Garfield trained with Fr. James Martin and did The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola (more in our book). America: Andrew Garfield didn’t expect to fall in love with Jesus. Watch the videos after the jump. Thanks for supporting our blog.

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Punk Rocker Describes His Return to Catholicism

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Terry Chimes

Original member of the legendary punk band, The Clash, Terry Chimes, describes his return to Catholicism in a new book The Strange Case of Dr. Terry and Mr. Chimes. More from The Catholic Herald UK here: Punk Rocker Describes His Return to Catholicism. Some of our favorite Clash songs after the jump:

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How a Thrice Divorced Tattoo Artist Became a Benedictine Monk

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Benedictine MonkThe Statesman Journal tells the story of Brother Andre Love, who, before becoming a Benedictine monk and iconographer, was a thrice divorced tattoo artist struggling with addiction. Read his story from Tom Rastrelli here: How a Thrice Divorced Tattoo Artist Became a Benedictine Monk

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