Why Did Jesus Suffer?

Why Did Jesus Suffer?

He suffered so we know how to!

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The greatest adventure we have in life is learning to pray. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, the former Cardinal Ratzinger,

Online Conference: 6 Ways To Draw Closer To God This Lent- Pray40Days

The greatest adventure we have in life is learning to pray. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, the former Cardinal Ratzinger, said that the entire purpose for Jesus coming into the world was to show us God the Father (Ratzinger Report). What’s the Challenge? What if I told you right now that, in these next 40 days, […]

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Christ Defeated Death So I Could Live Catholic Quote

Christ Defeated Death So I Could Live

Christ Defeated Death So I Could Live More Catholic Resources Related content: 25 Things You Can Do On Good Friday To Remember Christ’s Sacrifice The Death Of Jesus Was The Price For Our Life Mount Calvary Is The Academy Of Love | Good Friday May Christ Live In Our Home What Does True Love Really […]

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This Lent, Quit Hitting The Snooze Button On Your Prayer Time

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3 Tips To Help You Choose Your Lenten Practices

How To Choose Your Lenten Practices

Mardi Gras rolls around every year, and every year I think “Oh shoot. What am I going to give up for Lent this year?” Now, for starters, I suggest that you consider what your Lenten practices are going to be before Fat Tuesday, but hey, we’ve all been there and just because Lent is right […]

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Why Can't You Say Alleluia During Lent?

The One Word Never To Say During Lent

Most Catholics are aware of the Lenten traditions of fasting, almsgiving, and prayer. Besides eating meat on Fridays, there are a few other things that Church says we can’t do during Lent. There is one particular word that we don’t say during this Holy season simply because of it’s powerful meaning. Alleluia. Catholics choose to fast […]

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Holy Thursday

What 4 Events Do We Remember On Holy Thursday? Let This Icon Explain

On Holy Thursday, we are invited to remember and celebrate four events: the Last Supper, the Washing of the Apostle’s Feet by Jesus, Christ’s agony and prayer in Gethsemane, and the arrest of Jesus. In Jesus’ time, the Hebrew Pasch (Passover) was celebrated at home, in the family. It was prescribed that, on that night, no one […]

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What Is A Lent Linebacker…And Why Should You Be Concerned?

The Lent Linebacker from New Catholic Generation is back to ensure that you stick to your Lenten promise and follow the days of fasting and abstinence. Cheat and you might find yourself getting tackled. The Lent Linebacker is lurking around every corner and ready to pounce when he sees anyone about to fail at Lent. […]

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The Path of Suffering | Liturgy Live Palm Sunday

This week on the podcast we go over the entrance into Jerusalem and the problem of suffering in our faith life. How our Baptism, or conversion, is a joyful entrance in to the life of faith, but it is the suffering of the cross that is our path to unity with God. In the reading […]

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Act of Contrition In Front Of The Crucifix | St. Alphonsus De Liguori

My Jesus, by the pain You did endure when Your Left hand was pierced with the nail, give me true sorrow for my sins. My Jesus, by the pain You did endure when Your right hand was pierced with the nail, give me perseverance in Your grace. My Jesus, by the pain You did endure […]

Lent : A Guide To Deciding What To Give Up

Lent Isn’t Meant To Be Sweet: A Guide To Deciding What To Give Up

When I was growing up, my understanding of Lent was that I wasn’t supposed to be eating candy, I got “black stuff” on my forehead at the beginning of the season, and we didn’t eat meat on Fridays. What it actually meant was beyond me; and to be completely honest, I didn’t really care. At […]

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