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 Thirst For You” – A Letter From Mother Teresa

I THIRST FOR YOU. It is true. I stand at the door of your heart, day and night. Even when you are not listening, even when you doubt it could be Me, I am there: waiting for even the smallest signal of your response, even the smallest suggestion of an invitation that will permit Me […]

Why You Need To Get Anger Under Control

Imagine your anger to be a kind of wild beast, because it has ferocious teeth and claws, and if you don’t tame it, it will devastate all things even corrupting the soul. Related content: When You Say The Name Of Jesus Christ In Anger, My Heart Breaks Inner Beauty Of Grace Wins The Soul 7 […]

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No One In The World Can Change Truth

No one in the world can change Truth. What we can do and should do is to seek truth and to serve it when we have found it. The real conflict is the inner conflict. Beyond armies of occupation and the hetacombs of extermination camps, there are two irreconcilable enemies in the depth of every […]

How To Be An Image Of God | St. Theresa Benedicta Of The Cross

In order to be an image of God, the spirit must turn to what is eternal, hold it in spirit, keep it in memory, and by loving it, embrace it in the will. Related content: How To Be An Image Of God | St. Edith Stein Champion Of The Feminine, Martyr Of Auschwitz: 18 Beautiful […]

Why We Must Stop Looking At Our Actions If We Want To Find Ourselves

The soul that projects itself entirely into activity, and seeks itself outside itself in the work of its own will is like a madman who sleeps on the sidewalk in front of his house instead of living inside where it is quiet and warm. The soul that throws itself outdoors in order to find itself […]

how to take children to Mass What To Teach Your Children - St. John Chrysostom offers his best advice for parents. What are you teaching your children

What To Teach Your Children (According To A Saint)

If artists who make statues and paint portraits of kings are held in high esteem, will not God bless ten thousand times more those who reveal and beautify His royal image? For man is the image of God. When we teach our children to be good, to be gentle, and to be forgiving – all […]

JPII’s Prayer For Families

St. John Paul II Prayer For Families Lord God, from you every family in heaven and on earth takes its name. Father, you are Love and Life. Through your Son, Jesus Christ, born of woman, and through the Holy Spirit, fountain of divine charity, grant that every family on earth may become for each successive […]

You See My Heart And You Know My Desires | St. Agatha

Jesus Christ, Lord of all things! You see my heart, you know my desires. Possess all that I am, You alone. Related content: Prayer Of St. Agatha, “Lord Jesus Christ, You Created Me” The 7 Desires of Our Hearts That The 7 Sacraments Respond To How Our Desires For Perfection Keep Us From Discovering True […]

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    With the new school year in session nationwide, our Catholic Schools find themselves balancing the challenges of returning to a “normal” school year while remaining mindful of new instructional methods and ever-changing mask and distance mandates. Yet another challenge, however, lurks in the background, and it’s an overlooked casualty of the COVID-pandemic: when our schools […]
  • What Was Said At The National Catholic Prayer Breakfast In Washington, DC?
    Jeff Cavins, Catholic Bible evangelist, and Most Reverend Steven J. Lopes the Bishop of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter had the opportunity to share some words of wisdom at the 2021 National Catholic Prayer Breakfast (NCPB) that was held on September 14 in Washington, DC. This event began in 2004 in […]
  • 5 Ways For Catholic Teachers To Prepare For The School Year
    The Catholic school teacher is called to plant and nurture seeds that will bear fruit during the school year. Today, I thought I’d share 5 tips on how to prepare for the upcoming school year. These are things I found particularly helpful from my teaching days. 5 Ways Catholic Teachers Can Prepare For The School […]
  • What You Shouldn’t Say When A Friend Miscarries…And What You Should
    If you’ve had the terrible, heart-wrenching misfortune of losing a child by miscarriage, I understand. And so does St. Zelie Martin, who experienced child loss multiple times. People try to help, and it is not always a healing experience. This is a list for those who want to comfort someone. Hopefully, it helps you understand […]
  • “I’m Not Pro-Murdering Babies”: A Catholic Response And Resources
    There has been a post circulating around Facebook and other places which begins “I’m not pro-murdering babies.” The post then presents various circumstances in which an abortion could be justified, in the view of the author. The problems with the post and many and varied. So, we thought it would hopefully be fruitful to walk […]

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“O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”Prayer of the Miraculous Medal What Is The Miraculous Medal? The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us: “Sacramentals are sacred signs instituted by the Church. They prepare men to receive...

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“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." - Matthew 5:3 The Gospels are the first four books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These books teach us facts about Jesus’ life and share valuable lessons we can learn...

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