Category Archives: Catholicism

Reflecting on God’s Not Dead 1 and 2 and Relativism

Last school year in Grade 11 Law class, the law teacher lent me a movie titled, God’s Not Dead. Just a couple days ago, I managed to stream God’s Not Dead 2 online. Interesting enough, in my grade 10 religion class, … Continue reading

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Meaning Behind a Sweater: Identity

If you have met me in person either outside of school, at Church or just simply outside of home, you’ve likely seen me wearing Chaminade’s black Student Council sweater. I started wearing it after Council members bought one, custom made … Continue reading

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Talking about the Pallium…

On June 29, Pope Francis will bless and give the pallium to new Metropolitan Archbishops to be imposed by the Apostolic Nuncio on their own dioceses. Prior to 2015, the palliums were imposed on Metropolitan Archbishops at St. Peter’s Basilica … Continue reading

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Catholic or Christian? What’s the difference?

One of the questions I am asked the most is, “What is the difference between a Catholic and a Christian?”. Many think that Catholic and Christian are two different groups. However, that is not true. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines Christian as “one … Continue reading

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Vincent Pham’s 10 Ways to Celebrate an Authentic Catholic Christmas

Christmas is one of the most busiest times in the Catholic Church. However, because of all the fuss over this specific season in parishes, I seem to have better love for the seasons of Lent and Easter Season than Advent and … Continue reading

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Pre-Steubenville Toronto Reflection

I am very excited to join the youth from across the Archdiocese of Toronto and surrounding dioceses at the Steubenville Toronto Conference starting Friday July 22. I am attending the conference with Vietnamese Martyrs Parish, Toronto. I thank the Parish and Youth and Young Adults Ministries for sponsoring this event for the youth at the Parish. During the days leading to the conference, I take some time to think about the spiritual fruits I hope to receive from this conference. Continue reading

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The Catholic Man Reviews

In conjunction with this website (www.vincent-pham.tk) and my Catholicism Catholic Website Directory (www.catholicismtime.website.tk), I have launched a new site just last week called, “The Catholic Man Reviews” at http://www.thecatholicmanreviews.wordpress.com. THE CATHOLIC MAN REVIEWS http://www.thecatholicmanreviews.wordpress.com Mission: The Catholic Man Reviews (T.C.M. Reviews) was … Continue reading

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“Forgive Them!”

I recently read a very sad article about a Christian girl who was burned alive by ISIS as her mother failed to pay a religious tax. As the girl lay dying in her mother’s arms, she said “Forgive them”. This … Continue reading

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6 Tips to Help You Understand and Participate More Actively at Mass

It is the truth that Sunday Mass is boring to many Catholics, right? Often, since it is boring, many Catholics do not even go to Mass any more. Sometimes, excuses are made, “Oh, the Father A’s homily was too long”, … Continue reading

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