God Works With Those Who Love Him | Romans 8:28

 

God Works With Those Who Love Him | Romans 8:28

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Servant leadership What Is Servant Leadership? A Catholic Perspective

What Is Servant Leadership? A Catholic Perspective

What is servant leadership? As leaders, we should be oriented towards service, self gift. It’s a simple principle, but it has to be renewed constantly. We also have to take care of ourselves in order to be able to give of ourselves to others. In this week’s Catholic Bible study, Father Ian VanHeusen examines Jn. […]

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Road to Emmaus Dinner Do Not Forget: You Are Part of a Love Story Free Catholic Bible Story

Do Not Forget: You Are Part Of A Love Story

One of the best ways to enrich your faith is to read the scriptures daily.  A great way of doing this is using the technique of Lectio Divina, a powerful method which we explain here. The following is from the Gospel of Luke 24:13-35  with a Catholic Bible study that is especially aimed at youth. […]

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. Catholic Bible Study On The Gospel Of Luke 5:1-11

Would A Modern Day Peter Have Taken A Selfie?!

One of the best ways to enrich your prayer life is to pray with scripture. A great way of doing this is using the “Lectio Divina”; this is a powerful method which we explain here. We hope that it helps you in your personal prayer and that it serves as a resource that you can […]

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Starting A New Season Of Your Life | Catholic Bible Study

“He was an old man who fished alone in a skiff in the Gulf Stream and he had gone eighty-four days now without taking a fish.” ~ Ernest Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea Every path needs a starting point. In order to leave port, a ship must lose its mooring; in order to […]

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fragile Catholic Bible Study Gospel of Mark

To Hide Or To Share Our Souls: What To Do When Fragility Challenges Us

“If God has created all things, where does evil come from?” – Saint Augustine When we feel inadequate, fragile, or guilty, we immediately look for something to hide behind. We are ashamed of our nudity. We don’t want to be seen. It’s a recurring sensation throughout our lives, one that we must all face up […]

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Gospel reflection Catholic Bible Study For Mark 1:21-28

Are You Hiding From Life? Frozen To Avoid Pain?

“He sat quite still, benumbed and cold but little Gerda shed burning tears of joy; and they fell on his bosom, penetrating to his heart, where they thawed the ice…” ~ Hans Christian Andersen, The Snow Queen Many times we freeze ourselves so as not to feel what we experience. Perhaps it is an attempt […]

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Smartphones Dumb Disciples MARK 4: 26-34

Do Smartphones Promote Dumb Disciples? Mark 4: 26-34

Groceries such as Whole Foods online are instantaneous. Gardens are not. Gardens are progressive. We scatter seeds and as we sleep they sprout and grow. Groceries market the obvious by deploying dye or colored lights to make produce more noticeable. Gardens do not. Most of us, as in Jesus’ day, know not how the land […]

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Catholic Bible Study On Divine Mercy Sunday and Spiritual Exercise

How To Liberate A Guilty Conscience | Catholic Bible Study

St. Ignatius of Loyola explains, “By the term “Spiritual Exercises” is meant every method of examination of conscience, of meditation, of contemplation, of vocal and mental prayer, and of other spiritual activities. “For just as taking a walk, journeying on foot, and running are bodily exercises, so we call Spiritual Exercises every way of preparing […]

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The Holy Spirit Is Starting a New Evangelization Where You Might Not Expect It

The Holy Spirit Is Starting A New Evangelization Where You Might Not Expect It

One of the best ways to enrich your experience at Sunday Mass is to pray the gospel reading personally. A great way of doing this is using the “Lectio Divina”; this is a powerful method which we explain here. The following is the Sunday gospel reading with a reflection that is especially aimed at youth. We hope that […]

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The Meaning Of Life Hangs On A Promise Already Kept | Catholic Bible Study

“Man is a rope stretched between the animals and the ‘overman’” ~ Nietzsche Anthony De Melo once asked, “What is the difference between a sinner and a saint?” Smiling, he responded, “None! They are both sinners; it’s just that the saint knows it.” We spend a great deal of our lives asleep, unaware of what […]

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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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