Living A Life Of Faith Means Saying “I Don’t Understand”

Living A Life Of Faith Means Saying “I Don’t Understand”

 

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“I know well that the greater and more beautiful the work is…”

“I know well that the greater and more beautiful the work is, the more terrible will be the storms that rage against it.” Related content: Act, and God will act, work and He will work. Work Hard, Pray Hard | Catholic-Link.org Say This Prayer From Mother Teresa Every Day Before Going To Work God’s Secret […]

“Where you are most human, most yourself, weakest, there Jesus lives.”

Where you are most human, most yourself, weakest, there Jesus lives. Related content: I’m Alive Because Jesus Is Alive! | Matt Maher’s “Because He Lives” Suffering Doesn’t Always Make Sense, But Embracing It Could Save Lives “I killed a human being.” – A Mother Reflects On Her Abortion Going To The Root Of Sexual Exploitation: […]

Poverty Is Above All A Call To Follow Jesus

Let us never forget that, for Christ’s disciples, poverty is above all a call to follow Jesus in his own poverty.  It means walking behind him and beside him, a journey that leads to the beatitude of the Kingdom of heaven (cf. Mt 5:3; Lk 6:20).  Poverty means having a humble heart that accepts our creaturely limitations and sinfulness and […]

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The Prayer St. Ignatius Said When He Faced Despair

Christ Jesus, when all is darkness and we feel our weakness and helplessness, give us the sense of Your presence, Your love, and Your strength. Help us to have perfect trust in Your protecting love and strengthening power, so that nothing may frighten or worry us, for, living close to You, we shall see Your […]

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How St. Mother Teresa Practiced Gratitude

The best way to show gratitude to God is to accept everything, even my problems, with joy.  – St. Teresa of Calcutta *Amazon Affiliate links help the ministry of Catholic-Link at no additional cost to you! Thank you! “I Thirst For You” – A Letter From Mother Teresa Related content: “Spread love everywhere you go…” […]

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Practice Three Trivial Mortifications Every Day

“Because our needs are limited, but our wants are unlimited, a virtue is necessary to restrain our inordinate appetites and desires—and that virtue is called temperance. It has for its objective the regulation of the sensible appetites by reason. If we want to save our soul for eternity, we must discipline our body in time. […]

A few of Saint Augustine's Best Quotes include “You have made us for Yourself, O Lord, and our heart is restless until it rests in You.”

“You have made us for yourself, O Lord…” | St. Augustine

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St. Bernadette Shares How To Spend Your Time

I shall spend every moment loving. One who loves does not notice her trials; or perhaps more accurately, she is able to love them. I shall do everything for Heaven, my true home. There I shall find my Mother in all the splendor of her glory. I shall delight with her in the joy of […]

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    On May 2, a friend texted me a news alert claiming that a leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court showed that a majority of justices were prepared to overturn the infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that created a national entitlement to abortion. I’ll admit that my first reaction was to roll my eyes […]
  • The Importance Of The Theology Of Play For Adults
    Have you ever noticed with amusement that when children are let loose in a big, empty field they will immediately start running around gleefully, inventing some game, playing tag, finding random sticks to use as swords—completely unprompted and with complete, joyous abandon. Where does that spontaneity, creative energy, and love for games go once we […]
  • Thoughts And Prayers From The 13 Patron Saints Of World Youth Day Lisbon 2023
    World Youth Day will take place August 1-6, 2023 in Lisbon. The motto chosen from Luke 1:39, “Mary arose and went with haste,” is one that will speak to the hearts of the thousands of young people expected to join Pope Francis in prayer during this international faith gathering. Catholics are asked to begin interceding […]
  • How To Throw A Baby Shower For The Blessed Mother: A Planning Guide
    Celebrate the Month of Mary Feast of the Annunciation by having a Baby Shower for the Blessed Virgin Mary! Invite the women you love to come over for an afternoon to honor and celebrate Mary and her Baby boy, Jesus! How To Host A Baby Shower For The Blessed Mother Here are some ideas to […]
  • The Holy Souls In Purgatory – Our Allies In The Afterlife
    The word Purgatory comes from the Greek root πῦρ (“pur”) which means both “fire” and “pure.” This is a fitting description, as the fires of Purgatory, rather than destroying like the fires of Hell, instead purify. Purgatory is where we expiate for the pain due to mortal sins that have been forgiven through the sacrament […]

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May 13: A Day Of Fasting And Praying The Rosary

May 13: A Day Of Fasting And Praying The Rosary

“In the midst of current tensions, we invite Catholics around the country to join us in fasting and praying the Rosary on Friday, May 13, the Memorial of Our Lady of Fatima. Let us offer our prayers and fasting for these intentions: For our nation, for the integrity...

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We adore you, O Christ, and we praise you. Because by your holy cross you have redeemed the world. Stations of the Cross The First Station: Jesus is Condemned to Death The Second Station: Jesus Carries the Cross The Third Station: Jesus Falls for the...

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