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What Is The Universal Call To Holiness And Why Should You Care?

Thirst and Perfection God thirsts for you. He desires you and He loves you. This thirst is universal and extends to every beloved created person. The Church shows forth this love of God for us and beckons us to be like Him. Regardless of our own state in life, our vocation, or circumstances, we are […]

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Stretch Every Fiber Of My Being | St. Frances Cabrini

Stretch every fiber of my being, dear Lord, that I may more easily fly towards you.  May your Spirit, which once breathed over the chaos of the earth, give life to all the powers of my soul. – St. Frances Cabrini *Amazon Affiliate links help the ministry of Catholic-Link at no additional cost to you! […]

Grant Me, O Lord | St. Thomas Aquinas Prayer

Prayer Of St. Thomas Aquinas Grant me, O Lord my God,a mind to know you,a heart to seek you,wisdom to find you,conduct pleasing to you,faithful perseverance in waiting for you,and a hope of finally embracing you. Amen. Related content: 6 Things To Ask God For According To St. Thomas Aquinas A Beautiful Prayer By St. […]

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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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Just Don’t Ask Me To Be A Sister Or A Priest! | Encouragement For The Reluctant Discerner

God, I’ll do anything you want, just don’t ask me to be a Sister (or a Priest)! That was the first thing both of us thought when we found ourselves pursuing God’s plan for our lives. We were ready to do something radical and bring Christ’s love to a needy world, but we had stipulations […]

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The soul is like an uninhabited world that comes to life only when God lays His head against us. St. Thomas Aquinas Quote

When God Lays His Head Against Us | St. Thomas Aquinas Quote

When God Lays His Head Against Us   More Resources On St. Thomas Aquinas Related content: The Sacrament Of Love | St. Thomas Aquinas Quote 6 Things To Ask God For According To St. Thomas Aquinas 5 Remedies Against Sadness According To St. Thomas Aquinas A Beautiful Prayer By St. Thomas Aquinas A Student’s Prayer […]

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Ordinary Work Is An Expression Of Prayer | Kimberly Hahn

Graced and Gifted with Kimberly Hahn || Biblical Wisdom for the Homemaker’s Heart Catholic homemaking done well creates a domestic church, where your home becomes a sacred space to live out your vocation. Kimberly Hahn is a Catholic wife and mother who provides Biblical wisdom and encouragement to the homemaker’s heart. Kimberly Hahn’s Bible Study, […]

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5 Things That Happen On A Silent Retreat

Are you feeling low? Tired? Empty? Perhaps God is asking you to go on a silent retreat.  Retreats, particularly those done in silence, allow us to set time apart for God by disconnecting from the very connected world we live in. Retreats can be for as little as one day to as long as one […]

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Doug Tooke’s Talk: “The Perfection of Imperfection.”

Striving For Holiness And “The Perfection of Imperfection”

Doug Tooke – “The Perfection of Imperfection This post was inspired by Doug Tooke’s Talk: “The Perfection of Imperfection.” This Talk is featured in the OSV Talks series, a series of topics from prominent Catholic leaders to spark discussion, explore new or re-explore old approaches, and inspire creative thinking, all from the heart of the […]

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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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Have Mercy On Us And On The Whole World

Our hearts are heavy as we mourn the violence occurring throughout the world. We fervently pray for those who are grieving. “Eternal Father, I offer You the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Your dearly beloved Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, in atonement for our sins...

May 13: A Day Of Fasting And Praying The Rosary

May 13: A Day Of Fasting And Praying The Rosary

“In the midst of current tensions, we invite Catholics around the country to join us in fasting and praying the Rosary on Friday, May 13, the Memorial of Our Lady of Fatima. Let us offer our prayers and fasting for these intentions: For our nation, for the integrity...

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