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St. Gianna Molla

Doctor, Mother, And Saint: Her Story Inspires And Empowers All Women

St. Gianna was born in Magenta (Milan) on October 4, 1922. A mother, wife, doctor, and an ardent lover of the Catholic faith in all areas of her life, she was a living witness of an authentic joie de vivre, passionate love of nature, and a spirit of charity and service. After having been married […]

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The Perfect Man Has A Broken Baby And Learns A Valuable Life Lesson

Today’s video, produced by ESPN, tells the story of Heath White, the man whose perfect life didn’t turn out the way he expected. An overachiever, he excelled at everything he did: in school, on the athletics track, as a pilot. He married Jennifer, his high school sweetheart, and they soon had a beautiful daughter. Heath […]

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adoption Love Your Neighbors, Worldwide Through The Joy Of Adoption

Love Your Neighbors, Worldwide Through The Joy Of Adoption

In this video, we see an unbelievable witness to the power of self giving love. Through the sacrifice of this couple not only to one another but to the children outside of what would commonly be considered their, “circle”… they have enriched the beauty of their community and even saved the lives of several individuals […]

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How does homosexual marriage benefit a society?

The video is produced by the National Organization for Marriage (USA) and takes on the subject of homosexuality from a social and political perspective. It seeks to explain the perniciousness of the pseudo institution, homosexual marriage, as it relates to a healthy functioning society. The point it makes is good, but I see a few […]

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The most watched varsity goal in the world…get to know the scorer

If you play or have ever played soccer, I think you will especially appreciate this spectacular, stunning video.  Aside from the fact the Nico Calabria plays many sports (he’s even climbed Kilimanjaro), what impressed me particularly was his scissor-kick goal.   I want to focus my attention on this one goal; first, because it’s gone viral […]

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Untouchables 2011 movie review

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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Who Should Catholics Vote For

Quiz – Who Should Catholics Vote For in the 2016 USA Election?

There is no denying that this election has most Catholics perplexed. Neither candidate is an ideal choice to lead the people of the United States of America and despicable behavior has been displayed by both sides. It is difficult to envision our Nation in the hands of  Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. What is a […]

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contraceptives

24 Reasons Not To Use Contraceptives

A group of young Catholics decided to respond to the 22 youth, all employees at BuzzFeed, that participated in this post which shares their reasons in favor using contraceptives. The response wasn’t an official BuzzFeed post, rather the type made by BuzzFeed users; it can be found here. I think the answers given are solid, convincing and serve as good material […]

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Check out Grammy Award winner Ed Sheeran's song "Small Bump" with a pro-life message! So inspiring and worth listening too.

“Small Bump” Ed Sheeran’s Pro-Life Song

Last night at the Grammy’s, Ed Sheeran took home one of the biggest awards, Song of the Year, with his hit song “Thinking Out Loud.” Ed Sheeran first became popular in the United States after making a guest appearance with Taylor Swift in 2012, but the singer songwriter enjoyed popularity in England long before then. […]

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Roe Wade

The Key to Defeating Roe v. Wade is Personhood.

Here is a brief video made to visualize and accompany a recorded part of the Roe v. Wade case. The idea is clear and, as with other polemic subjects such as euthanasia and homosexuality, the fundamental question is: “Who are we? What does it mean to be a human person?” To illuminate the importance of […]

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