What Saint Should You Ask For Help From Today?

What Saint Should You Ask For Help From Today?

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7 Things St. Patrick Might Have Done On St. Patrick's Day

7 Things Saint Patrick Might Have Done On Saint Patrick’s Day

While we often hear a lot about the popular culture that surrounds St. Patrick’s Day, many of us are quite ignorant when it comes to the man himself. To put it simply, we do not call him “Saint” for nothing; the man’s faith was truly impressive: “For by decent I was a freeman, born of […]

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15 Martyr Saints Who Teach Us How To Carry The Cross With Jesus

The lives of the saints provide us rich, beautiful sources of instruction in virtue. But there’s a particular heroism to be gleaned from stories of the martyrs. Today we present 15 saints – some well known, others, more obscure, but all are admirable for a common reason: they succeeded in carrying their cross to the […]

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Too Late Did I Love You! (St. Augustine)

“Too late did I love You! For behold, You were within, and I without, and there did I seek You; I, unlovely, rushed heedlessly among the things of beauty You made. You were with me, but I was not with You. Those things kept me far from You, which, unless they were in You, were […]

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God Chose To Be Known By Us | St. Peter Chrysologus Quote

“In the mystery of our Lord’s incarnation there were clear indications of his eternal Godhead. Yet the great events we celebrate today disclose and reveal in different ways the fact that God himself took a human body. Mortal man, enshrouded always in darkness, must not be left in ignorance, and so be deprived of what […]

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The Drama of Our Masks

“I was still laughing as I dressed up, and in the process I completely forgot what I had intended to represent. No matter; it was novel and exciting not to decide till afterward before the mirror. The face I fastened on had a singularly hollow smell; it lay tight over my own face, but I […]

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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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Married Saints How Much Do You Know About These Catholic "Power" Couples? (Quiz)

How Much Do You Know About These Catholic “Power” Couples? (Quiz)

In October of 2016, Pope Francis canonized both Louis and Zelie Martin.  This marks the first time that a married couple was canonized together. In the Catholic Church, we are blessed to have this “power” couple to look to as our example of how a Godly marriage should be. Their example of loving one another, […]

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St.josemaria escriva 17 signs of lack of humility

According To St. Josemaria Escriva, If You Do These 17 Things You Probably Need To Work On Humility

I’ve been trying to go to Confession more regularly because I have been so encouraged by some of the articles we have posted here on Catholic-Link. (Find them here!) One of the many benefits of going more often has been that I’ve been able to see a pattern in the sins that I’m confessing. What […]

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November Catholic Devotions Holy Souls In Purgatory

November Is Devoted To The Souls In Purgatory | 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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Meet Venerable Jan Tyranowski: An Ordinary Man With An Extraordinary Impact

In the early 1940s, the Nazis dominated many countries in central Europe. And they were not neutral toward religion. They sought to destroy the Catholic Church, sending thousands of priests and religious to concentration camps, silencing any opposition from religious leaders, prohibiting most public expressions of faith and outlawing education in the Christian life. The goal […]

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