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What Is The Efficient Technology Driven Multitasker Of Today Really Accomplishing?

What Is The Efficient Technology Driven Multitasker Of Today Really Accomplishing?

he “Daily Grovo” offers an interesting video dealing with our fascination with multitasking and efficiency. It’s an exaggerated representation that draws our attention to some of the same thoughts and habits that we display in our daily use of technology. A Deeper Look Take a moment to imagine a young boy that comes upon a deep and empty well. […]

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What's the first step in evangelization? Being yourself. Try these 3 tips to evangelize and grow in your Catholic faith!

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Evangelization

I have often spoken with people who express their interest in evangelizing but are reticent when it comes to putting it into practice. Today’s video was produced by Lifeteen looks to give a few tips on how to evangelize. 3 Steps To Evangelization 1. What’s the first step in evangelization? Being yourself. Christ doesn’t need […]

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In a World So Connected, Why Do I Feel So Alone? A video on social media and loneliness

Today’s video is one of the most impressive and comprehensive videos that I have been able to find on today’s greatest ailment: loneliness. It is the elephant in the room that no one speaks of… because they are all texting. We plug ourselves more and more into the electronic networks, but fail to realize that […]

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saints Quiz: Discover What Saint Would Like To Be Your Friend!

Quiz: Discover What Saint Would Like To Be Your Friend!

What’s the greatest part about being friends with the saints? It reminds us that the saints were normal people just like us. While we all have our unique story, everyone can find a saint that has walked a path similar our own. More than distant, unreachable models of perfection, they are men and women who came from all sorts […]

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Apostolic movie recommendation: “Untouchable” (2011)

Untouchable is a French movie (original title The Intouchables) directed by Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano and released in 2011. A few weeks after its release it became one of the biggest French box office hits of all time. Together with great cinematography, the story offers many interesting points for discussion and analysis. Untouchable (2011) […]

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How Will This Man Respond When His Dentist Tells Him God Doesn’t Exist?

This short video comes from Vision Fudge, an organization which makes films in order to help people explore life’s big questions. Whether or not God exists is definitely one of those questions. In the video they ask three questions about belief in God: Does anyone believe in God? Why do people believe in God? If there […]

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Dating Culture: Do We Treat People Like Products?

Dating Culture: Do We Treat People Like Products?

When was the last time that you were honest, truly honest? How many of us keep holding onto that delusional aspiration of a safe and comfortable relationship built on external smiles, hollow dialogues, and cheesy silence-fillers. Isn’t it obvious that it is destined to fail? How many times are we swayed and dominated by the […]

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hearts What If you Could See The Hearts Of Everyone You Passed By?

What If you Could See The Hearts Of Everyone You Passed By?

“A profound microcosm of life, in 4 minutes…” Today’s video, produced by the group Everyone Matters, invites us to take a look into the world of those around us. Everyone we pass by each day has a story. How often do we stop to listen to what they have to say? A Deeper Look Don’t […]

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Quiz: Which Saint Will “Get” Your Problems?

Have you ever wanted to talk to someone who has been through some of the same trials, struggles and situations in life that you are currently facing? It always seems to help to speak with a person who “gets” it. The advice and empathy they give is unlike anyone else’s because they know exactly what […]

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Catholic Christmas What Is The Best Way To Prepare Yourself For Christmas?

What Is The Best Way To Prepare Yourself For Christmas?

or our 10th Advent Avalanche we bring you an excellent production by “Soul Pancake”. From the first time we saw this video, we decided to use it on Catholic-link as preparation material for Christmas. We really liked it! Whilst it isn’t specifically Christmas-themed, I think the message within it is directly related to the moment we […]

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“The beginning of love is the will to let those we love be perfectly themselves…”

“The beginning of love is the will to let those we love be perfectly themselves, the resolution not to twist them to fit our own image. If in loving them we do not love what they are, but only their potential likeness to ourselves, then we do not love them: we only love the reflection […]

Why Should Bullying Matter to Catholics?

Bullying can be defined as the following: the unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. It can imply verbal (teasing, name-calling, inappropriate sexual comments, etc.), social (leaving someone out on purpose, spreading rumors), and or […]

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If This Is What Marriage Implies, Is It Really Worth It? The Strange Things That All Couples Fight Over

oday’s video could be useful for illustrating the daily quarrels that we can all relate to. Although I myself am not married and am on my way towards the priesthood, more than once I have witnessed –with a bit of awe to be honest–the surprising capacity of loving couples to argue over the most ridiculous […]

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5 Tips From St. Monica On Leading Others To Christ

St. Monica Teaches Us How To Lead Others To God With 5 Tips

St. Monica may have lived in the 4th century, but she can teach us a lot about how to reach souls in the 21st century.  St. Monica led her husband, mother-in-law, son (St. Augustine) and most likely many others to the Catholic faith.  We can learn a few things from her life that will help […]

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The Dynamics Of Our Friend Groups And Why We Choose Them

Jesus said to his disciples: “If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have won over your brother. If he does not listen, take one or two others along with you, so that ‘every fact may be established on the […]

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There Are Friends That Are Closer Than Brothers | Proverbs 18:24

Friends That Are Closer Than Brothers | Proverbs 18:24 More Bible Quotes And Inspiration Related content: 8 Bible Verses That Remind Us How Much God Loves Us God Is Bigger Than Your Past, Your Pain, Your Fear Jesus May Be Silent, But He Is Always At Work | Benedict XVI Quote Saints Who Were Friends […]

Online Workshop: “Friendship Project: Guide to Building Authentic Relationships”

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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 […]

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“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 business and, in fact, it is nobody’s business. What we are asked to do is to love, and this love itself will render both ourselves and our neighbors worthy.” Related content: Our Job Is To […]

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How To Measure Your Wealth | Catholic Inspiration More Catholic Resources How To Pray A Novena – A Visual Step By Step Guide How To Pray The Divine Mercy Chaplet: Your Step By Step Visual Guide How To Pray Lectio Divina? A Visual Step By Step Guide The Blessed Sacrament: Step-by-Step Visual Guide To Adoration […]

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