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Love for the Church

This is What Receiving 5,000 Communions Looks Like

Let me tell you about this guy who works at my office. His name is Bryan and he’s definitely one…

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Catholic Faith

All Your Questions About Adoration Answered…What Is It? How Do I Go? What Do I Do? And More!

Maybe, you’ve seen our posts about the benefits of Adoration or heard some of your Catholic friends talk about “going…

bored how to go to catholic mass
Catholic Faith

Bored at Mass? These Tips Will Help You Make The Most Of The Eucharist

One of the most common refrains I hear from young people is ‘Mass is boring. Homilies are boring. I don’t…

Gluten-Free Hosts
Catholic Faith

Why Won’t the Church Allow for Gluten-Free Hosts? Don’t They Care About People With Celiac’s?

On July 8th, The Vatican Radio published a letter from the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the…

4 Proposals for Divorced and Remarried Catholics and Receiving Communion

The synod of the family held a few years ago was a great opportunity for the Church to listen and…

Sacraments

Divorced and Remarried? 5 Tips For Living out Your Catholic Faith

With today’s post, we would like to offer some tools to help those who would find themselves in a difficult…

Family

What’s the Big Deal With Remarried Couples Receiving Communion?

You might have heard or read quite a bit about the issue of remarried couples and the Eucharist. Still, amongst…

Catholic Faith

Why are Catholics So “Exclusive” About Holy Communion?! 13 Ways to Approach This Sensitive Subject

Recently I attended a Baccalaureate Mass, and I couldn’t help but feel the generally awkward vibe that tends to arise…

Jean Vanier

The cry of the poor is threatening to the rich person within us

The cry for love and communion and for recognition that rises from the hearts of people in need reveals the…

Jean Vanier

We Are Prepared to Give Money and Time, but We Are Frightened to Give our Hearts

We are sometimes prepared to give money and a little time, but we are frightened to give our hearts, to…

Jean Vanier

“To be in communion means to be with someone and to discover that we belong together”

“To be in communion means to be with someone and to discover that we actually belong together. Communion means accepting…

Jean Vanier

“Love is what we want, yet it is what we fear the most.”

Each person with his or her history of being accepted or rejected, with his or her past history of inner…

Jean Vanier

Sharing Weaknesses is More Nourishing than Sharing Success

“I am struck by how sharing our weakness and difficulties is more nourishing to others than sharing our qualities and…