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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St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Shares How She Feels About Her Vocation

 “I can’t find words to express my happiness. Here there is no longer anything but God. He is All; He suffices and we live by Him alone.” Related content: 7 Things Not To Say To Someone Discerning A Religious Vocation A Vocation Story: On The Path of Love How I Am Sanctified By My Vocation […]

St. Edith Stein On A Woman’s Profession

Every profession in which woman’s soul comes into its own and which can be formed by woman’s soul is an authentic woman’s profession. Related content: The Woman’s Soul…According To St. Edith Stein God’s Plan According To St. Edith Stein Fill My Soul With Courage | Prayer Of St. Edith Stein How To Be An Image […]

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Having Trouble With Your Lenten Fast? Advice From A Saint

…What can you do to strengthen your resolutions and make them succeed? There is no better means than to put them into practice. But you say that you are still so weak that, although you often make strong resolutions not to fall into the particular imperfection of which you want to cure yourself, no sooner […]

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What Is Your New Year’s Purpose?

Time is equivalent to what can be done or gained by it. At the beginning of the new year, therefore, we wish everyone that it be happy because we know that there is no greater melancholy or sadness than to use time for any purpose but the supreme one, which is the salvation of the […]

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Prayer to Mary, Our Lady of Sorrows | St. Bonaventure

O most holy virgin, mother of our Lord Jesus Christ: by the overwhelming grief you experienced when you witnessed the martyrdom, the crucifixion, and the death of your divine Son, look upon me with eyes of compassion and awaken in my heart a tender commiseration for those sufferings, as well as a sincere detestation of […]

What Does Love Really Look Like?

What does love look like? It has the hands to help others. It has the feet to hasten to the poor and needy. It has eyes to see misery and want. It has the ears to hear the sighs and sorrows of men. That is what love looks like. Related content: Christ Has No Body […]

Who Goes to Heaven and Who Goes to Hell? St. Athenagora’s (177 A.D.)

For if we believed that we should live only the present life, then we might be suspected of sinning, through being enslaved to flesh and blood, or overmastered by gain or carnal desire; but since we know that God is witness to what we think and what we say by night and by day, and […]

The Lord Waits for Us To Respond Day By Day. Every Day is a Chance for Life

The Lord waits for us to respond day by day to his holy counsels by our actions. In fact the days of this life are given us as a respite to correct our errors, as the Apostle Paul says: ‘Do you not know that God’s kindness is meant to lead you to repentance?’ (Romans i..4). […]

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  • “Dog Gone” Is Packed With Life Lessons
    911 Lone Star lead actor Rob Lowe stars in Netflix’s latest movie, Dog Gone.  It’s one of the first feel-good movies of the year based on a true story of a father and son who search for a boy’s lost dog along the Appalachian Trail.   Catholics will enjoy two saintly references in the film.  In […]
  • Who Taught Mother Teresa To Be A Person Of Virtue?
    Saint Teresa of Calcutta was known for spending countless hours attending to the dying, the sick, and the poor. This flowed from her rich prayer life: Daily Mass and a daily holy hour. Where did Mother Teresa learn to sacrifice herself for others? Her first teacher in virtue was none other than her mother, Dranafile […]
  • Why Is Peter The New Steward Of The Kingdom?
    What is the Steward of the Kingdom? A steward is appointed by the ruling king or queen to represent them and help them to govern. Another word we could use to describe the steward is “prime minister.” In the Old Testament, the chief steward of the king was able to rule with the authority of […]
  • Top 3 Ways Catholics Can Start Improving Their Mental And Physical Health Today
    Health and soundness are better than all gold, and a robust body than countless riches. Sirach 30:15 St. Paul made clear that our bodies are the temples of the Holy Spirit (1 Cor. 3:16 -1 7; 6:19 – 20), and St. Thomas elaborated in his great Summa Theologica that Christ’s command to love God with […]
  • 9 (Easy To Understand!) Quotes From Pope Benedict XVI’s Encyclicals That Teach Us To Love, Hope, And Trust
    CARITAS IN VERITATE | June 29, 2009 Each person finds his good by adherence to God’s plan for him, in order to realize it fully: in this plan, he finds his truth, and through adherence to this truth he becomes free (cf. Jn 8:32).  Pope Benedict XVI Without God man neither knows which way to […]

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Praying for the Pope's intentions is an important part of our Catholic faith. It is a way for us to show our respect and appreciation for the Pope's leadership and his commitment to the Church. Praying for the Pope's intentions allows us to express our devotion to the...

Epiphany Home Blessing And Prayer Service 2023

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Blessing of the Home on the Feast of the Epiphany When all have gathered, a suitable song may be sung. The leader makes the sign of the cross, and all reply, “Amen.”The leader greets those present in the following words: Let us praise God, who fills our hearts and...

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https://catholic-link.org/advent-2022-the-best-catholic-resources/ In solitude Christ speaks to the heart, as a modest lover who embraces not His beloved before all the world.”In silence we hear so much that is beautiful. The other day I saw a young mother who said,...

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