Confession, Eucharist, Brown Scapular & Urbi et Orbi
It's important that single Catholics know about their faith. These videos are meant to help single Catholics in their search for more meaning in their lives and also to improve their relationship with Our Lord Jesus Christ and their Catholic Church.
Confession (Sacrament of Penance)
The Real Presence of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist
The Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
What does Erbi Et Orbi Mean?
According to Wikipedia, Urbi et Orbi ("to the City [of Rome] and to the World") denotes a papal address and Apostolic Blessing given to the City of Rome and to the entire world on certain occasions. The Urbi et Orbi address and blessing are given each Easter and Christmas from the central loggia of Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome, at noontime and are broadcast worldwide through the European Broadcasting Union and other linkups. The address concludes with greetings in many languages in relation to the feast celebrated. The Catholic Church grants a plenary indulgence, on the usual conditions, to those who "devoutly receive" the blessing that the Pope imparts Urbi et Orbi. For any indulgence, the conditions are receiving sacramental confession and Eucharistic communion, and praying for the intentions of the Pope. To gain a plenary indulgence, a person must in addition exclude any affection for sin, even venial sin. Since 1985, this indulgence is granted not only to the people in Saint Peter's Square but also to those who, though unable to be physically present, "piously follow" it by radio or television. This is now extended to all who receive the papal blessing over the Internet ("the new communications media"), since the blessing is preceded by an announcement by the Cardinal Protodeacon: "His Holiness Pope Francis grants a plenary indulgence in the form laid down by the Church to all the faithful present and to those who receive his blessing by radio, television and the new communications media. Let us ask Almighty God to grant the Pope many years as leader of the Church and peace and unity to the Church throughout the world."