Feast of Saints Jacinta and Francisco Marto | February 20

Patron Saints Of Kids Who Refuse To Smile In Photos

Feast of Saints Jacinta And Francisco Marto | February 20


Feast of Saints Jacinta and Franciso Marto February 20 Patron Saints of Kids Who Refuse To Smile In Photos

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Why No One’s Laughing And Everyone’s Offended: Political Correctness

esesourBig Think  released a video a few years ago which struck a chord in many, receiving over 9 million views in 3 days. John Cleese, a well-known comedian, basically says that political correctness has gone too far, especially on America’s college campuses, where he will no longer go to perform. The very essence of his […]

Saints For Children: 9 SuperHero Saints That You Should Know

9 Saints Who Were Superheroes In Their Free Time (And Their Great Captain!)

These days, the most popular movies often involve superheroes (Ironman, Captain America, etc.). They show us a series of admirable values such as nobility, courage, and integrity. We watch as hundreds of thousands of children fill the movie theaters to watch their idols beat the bad guys and save the world. But what if we […]

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Make Laughter A Common Place In Uncommon Places

Comedian Michael Jr. presents a video that outlines his overarching goal in his comedy career. He describes his big break that occurred when he began to do comedy for others and not for himself. Michael describes this change in his interior that transformed his exterior, “I felt a little shift take place, where I felt […]

TXT Stories Easter: He's Back

TXT Stories Easter: He’s Back!

TXT Stories has imagined what communication would have looked like if the followers of Jesus had text messaging at the first Easter.  Of course, this isn’t scripturally accurate, but with Easter Sunday falling on April Fool’s Day this year, we can all enjoy a little fun. TXT Stories Easter: He’s Back The most realistic part of […]

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“Good News of Great Joy” – The Story of Salvation History

This is a video released by St. Paul’s Arts & Media (New Zealand). The video in itself is strikingly clever and the kid’s acting couldn’t be better. It’s a run down of the history of our salvation that begins at the Garden of Eden and ends with the announcement of the birth of Jesus. There […]

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How the Fear of Failure Keeps Us From Reaching Our Goals

Ask anyone why they have not yet achieved a goal and you will usually get fear as their reason for not attempting to pursue their desire. I’m afraid I will fail.   I’m afraid my life will have to change.  I’m afraid I’m not prepared. The list of fears that hold us back from all we […]

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Are You Ready To Play This “Uno-style” Card Game With A Catholic Twist?

Most families enjoy playing the classic card game Uno, which is why we were so excited when we stumbled upon this Kickstarter campaign for a Catholic version of this great game! Check out Unus Deus: It looks like this game is going to be a must-have for both families and Catholic educators. It will be […]

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10 Times Even People Who Aren’t Religious Start Praying

You might not be the type of person who prays every day, but I’m willing to bet that you’ve called out to God in a few of these situations. 10 Times Even People Who Aren’t Religious Start Praying   10 Times Even People Who Aren’t Religious Start Praying Some situations just require calling upon the […]


What If The Best Raise You Ever Got Was Spending More Time With Your Family

This video serves as a humorous reminder of how to keep our priorities focused on the family. Canadian advertising company UNION made the video, entitled “Employee Appreciation Day,” for Strategy Online’s Agency of the Year awards. The depiction of employees running into a gymnasium to meet with their families and exchange everything from dirty laundry to an […]

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Would You Be Able To Workout With These Nuns?

The Capuchin Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart in Poland have made it a habit to workout each morning in their habits in order to keep strong and able to serve orphaned children. You’ll be inspired by the intensity with which these hardworking nuns hit the gym. We can only assume that they pray twice […]



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Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

“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...