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"Love and Friendship"

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Faith & Life

The Critical Difference Between A Friend And A Master | Sunday Gospel Reflection

Gospel Reflection for the Sixth Sunday of Easter “Two that walk together are, in fact, more able both to think…

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Catholic Media

When Going Out To Coffee Is More Intimate Than A Hook-Up, We Have A Problem

I was married with a few kids by the time Tinder became a thing. Never having used the app myself,…

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Apostolate

Loneliness in Catholic Groups: 4 Steps to Overcoming Cliques

I was scrolling through Facebook one day and I stopped on a photo of a group of friends I knew….

Love and Friendship

What the Wolves in Yellowstone Taught Me About Grace

This beautiful, enlightening mini-documentary from Sustainable Human provides rich food for thought to us as Catholics. The video describes the…

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Love and Friendship

Want To Marry A Man Who Loves God? Do This 1 Thing Now!

The Culture Project has been producing some amazing videos that answer the questions so many of us have about relationships, chastity,…

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Advent and Christmas

Christmas Gift Ideas for the Priest or Seminarian in Your Life!

We always expect to see the priest at Mass, especially during the holidays. We watch the deacon assist during sacraments…

Are You Willing to be Wounded? The Paradox of Mary's Immaculate Love
Gospels

Are You Willing to be Wounded? The Paradox of Mary’s Immaculate Love

“Salve, radix, salve, porta…” – 12th Century Marian Antiphon There are many ways to love. There are ways that cut…

Love and Friendship

4 Heroic Stories of Military Chaplains Who Went Beyond Their Call of Duty

On November 11, many nations will be honoring those who served in their armed forces, and in many cases, paid…

George Herbet

(Poem) “Love III”: Love bade me welcome. Yet my soul drew back.

 Love bade me welcome. Yet my soul drew back.

Simone Weil

Imaginary Evil is Romantic and Varied, Imaginary Good is Boring

Imaginary evil is romantic and varied; real evil is gloomy, monotonous, barren, boring. Imaginary good is boring; real good is…

Conrad Baars

Unaffirmed People are Like Prisoners Waiting For Someone to Free Them

Unaffirmed individuals, on the contrary, can be said to have been born only once; their second or psychological birth never…

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…

Lovers no longer belong to themselves but to those whom they love.

In God, the ‘eros desire’ is outgoing, ecstatic. Because of it lovers no longer belong to themselves but to those…

St. Thomas Aquinas

Friendship Brings out the Best in Us: Forgetfulness of Self

The inner life of another that is know to God alone becomes to a much less degree open to to…

St. Maximilian Kolbe

“God sends us friends to be our firm support in the whirlpool of struggle.”

God sends us friends to be our firm support in the whirlpool of struggle. In the company of friends we…

Thomas Merton

“Our job is to love others without inquiring whether or not they are worthy.”

“Our job is to love others without stopping to inquire whether or not they are worthy. That is not our…