Quotes From Love And Responsibility By St. John Paul II

Quotes From Love And Responsibility By St. John Paul II

 

Quotes From Love And Responsibility By St. John Paul II Quotes From Love And Responsibility By St. John Paul II Quotes From Love And Responsibility By St. John Paul II Quotes From Love And Responsibility By St. John Paul II Quotes From Love And Responsibility By St. John Paul II

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Have Mercy On Those Who Have Not Cared For Your “Little Ones”

“God, our Father, you always bear the cry of the poor. How many times have Christians themselves not recognized you in the hungry, the thirsty and the naked, in the persecuted, the imprisoned, and in those incapable of defending themselves, especially in the first stages of life? For all those who have committed acts of […]

Pope St. John Paul II’s Favorite Prayer

Do you need some help diving into the simplicity and depth of the Rosary? Check out our Youtube video on how to pray the Rosary better! Related content: The Christmas Prayer By Pope John Pope John XXIII To Recite The Rosary St. John Paul II St. John Paul II’s Prayer To The Mother Of Advent […]

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A Litany Of Pro-life Saints

As we reflect on the COVID-19 national crisis, we are reminded of the innate human dignity of every person. Politicians of any stance on abortion and end of life issues agreed to stop the spread somehow. Together, though all at our own homes, we witnessed a new chapter in history with worry, prayer, and concern […]

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St. John Paul II Quote Duty of Man And Woman Vocation

The Task Of Every Man And Woman

The Vocation of Women According to Saint John Paul II Yes to the Dignity and Beauty of Marriage, No to “Gender” Philosophies How To Embrace The Call To Be An Image Bearer   Related content: Yes to the Dignity and Beauty of Marriage, No to “Gender” Philosophies 15 Tips For Every Catholic Man Seeking To […]

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St. John Paul II’s Advice For When Life Is Stressful

If you find that your life is filled with tension and anxiety, one obvious solution is to offer what you’re going through to Christ in prayer. And in a rich and beautiful podcast, Dr. Edward Sri shows us why and how we can do this by unpacking the famous phrase from Saint Pope John Paul […]

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4 Catholic Recipes To Help You Stay On-Trend With Liturgical Living

Liturgical living is trending. Tradition is being reignited in unexpected ways, even meal planning. Since our primary meal was given to us at the Last Supper, we have been giving meals back. All across the universal Church, the faithful have spent the last 2000 years committing prayers of thanksgiving to memory and, more recently, writing […]

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October Is Devoted To The Holy Rosary | Mark Your Calendar!

Did you know that each month has a traditional Catholic devotion? This year, let’s focus on each devotion month-by-month to grow in our faith and traditions! Make yourself notes, write it on your calendar, and pray a specific prayer each day of the month to remember. You could use a prayer already associated with the […]

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Saint John Paul II Letter To Artist Vocation

Called To Be Creative

1941 was a dark and cruel year for Eastern Europe. Torn between the oppressive forces of Nazi Germany and Communist Russia, thousands of ethnic Slavs, Jews, Roma, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Catholics, homosexuals, people with disabilities and intellectuals were seen as threats to their visions. Many lives were taken within the walls of concentration camps that had […]

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Hope And Despair In Lord of The Rings: The Choice Facing Catholic Men Today

It has become an annual Christmas ritual that my wife and children sit down and watch the whole extended version of The Lord of the Rings. Hot chocolate, Christmas nibbles, dressing gowns, and slippers – for about three days! I like the films but grew up with the books, so it’s a great opportunity for me […]

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The Vocation of Women According to Saint John Paul II

The Vocation of Women According to Saint John Paul II

The Vocation of Women According to Saint John Paul II Resources for Catholic Women     Related content: 11 Quotes from Pope John Paul II’s “Letter to Women” That Everyone Should Know About! St. John Paul II’s Thank You To Women EWTN Interviews Us About Our Viral Saint John Paul II Cartoon Women Can Help […]

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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...

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