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What Is Love? St. Teresa Of Avila Answers

Perhaps we do not know what love is, nor does this greatly surprise me. Love does not consist in great sweetness of devotion, but in a fervent determination to strive to please God in all things, in avoiding, as far as possible, all that would offend Him, and in praying for the increase of the […]

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6 Social Graces Every Modern Gentleman Should Know

Ideals of gentlemanly behavior have undergone quite a revival lately – in articles, videos, and guidebooks, which continue to issue forth from the presses and Internet. Much of the advice is obvious.  A gentleman should be respectful and courteous but also strong.  He should know the basics of proper grooming, dress, table manners, and behavior […]

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An Inside Look At How The Knights Of The Holy Eucharist Encourage Individual Spirituality

Related content: Old Guys In Funny Outfits? NO! The Righteous Origins & Mission Of The Knights Of Columbus This Order Founded By Mother Angelica Is Calling Young Men To Become Saints That Time St. Clare Defeated An Army With the Holy Eucharist 4 Saints Of The Holy Eucharist How To Encourage Your Child’s Religious Vocation? […]

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St. Peter Claver’s Secrets To Evangelization

Yesterday, May 30, 1627, on the feast of the Most Holy Trinity, numerous blacks, brought from the rivers of Africa, disembarked from a large ship. Carrying two baskets of oranges, lemons, sweet biscuits, and I know not what else, we hurried toward them. When we approached their quarters, we thought we were entering another Guinea. […]

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This Is The Saying Every Catholic Parish Needs To Stop Using

“We’ve always done it that way.” Now is the time for the Catholic Church to stop using this as an excuse. Why? In parishes across the world, efficiency and comfort have stifled creativity. Instead of innovation, we’ve opted for convenience. Instead of finding new ways to effectively outreach, engage others, and bring people to know […]

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4 Olympic Athletes Who Ask The Blessed Mother For Help

By now, you’ve probably been drawn into the competition, the passion, and the excitement of the Summer Olympics taking place in Toyko. The athletes are an inspiration to all as they give everything they have to the sport that they have spent many hours perfecting. Most of these men and women depend on trainers, coaches, […]

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Where The Man Goes, So Goes The Culture

Manliness is incredibly confused in our culture. If you do a quick search on what defines manliness, there are perhaps glimmers of hope in the definitions given, but they are lacking. The definitions tend to label ambiguous attributes, but they don’t get to the heart of the matter. Learn more in our interview with Dave DiNuzzo. […]

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What’s Wrong With Manliness In Today’s Culture?

Depending where you look, and who you listen to, the current state of manliness seems pretty bleak. Are authentically masculine men still a thing? Has manliness changed? In a recent video, Dave DiNuzzo of TrueManhood Catholic Men’s Ministry and Drew Taylor of To The Heights and Catholic-Link.org sat down to discuss. What is Manliness? Manliness […]

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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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Can Married People Become Saints?

Recently I read an account of a martyr who was not an ordained religious. The author began the reflection by saying that this saint helps us to keep in mind that sainthood is possible in all states of life. While this statement is true and supplies hope and encouragement for those of us who aren’t […]

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