If Your God Lets You Do Whatever You Want, Your God Is You

If Your God Lets You Do Whatever You Want, Your God Is You

If your God lets you do whatever you want, than your God is you.

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Do you know Benedict XVI? A simple animation with good information.

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6 Things You Didn’t See: The Year of Mercy Logo Explained

 As the Year of Mercy is now underway, I would suggest taking a moment to reflect on the official logo. While our own artistic sensibilities may vary, it’s always important to ask: God, how might You be speaking to me through this? Is there something here that I am not seeing or understanding? Today, I […]

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Pennyhouse´s Palace of Solitude: A Video About the Need for Others

Pennyhouse´s Palace of Solitude: A Video About the Need for Others

My private space, my rules, my decisions, my times, etc. The perfect life? “A man by the name of Frederick Pennyhouse” is written, directed, and produced by Christopher S. Towle and Josh Knight. It tells the story of a man who lives alone. His house, located in the middle of the ocean, is the world […]

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Why Should Bullying Matter to Catholics?

Bullying can be defined as the following: the unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. It can imply verbal (teasing, name-calling, inappropriate sexual comments, etc.), social (leaving someone out on purpose, spreading rumors), and or […]

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Miss America Contestant Is More Than ‘Just’ A Nurse (Video)

Miss America 2016 – While other contestants sang, danced or played instruments for the talent competition on the second night of preliminaries in Atlantic City, Kelley Johnson, Miss Colorado, delivered a unique monologue about her experience as a nurse.  She spoke about how she referred to herself as “just a nurse” to one of her […]

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Excusing Bad Behavior Under the Guise of "Self-Care"

Excusing Bad Behavior Under The Guise Of “Self-Care”

Self-care is a term that has grown in popularity of late. Suddenly it’s everywhere: thrown around with hashtags all over social media, used in advertising and on lifestyle blogs, and even making appearances on health websites. Clearly, it means different things to different people, so it can be hard to define. But the type I’m […]

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3 Good Reasons Catholics Should be Feminists

If you’ve heard that being a feminist is anti-Catholic, think again. In today’s world, being a Catholic can be controversial. Especially when it comes to women’s rights. Feminism has a history of advocating for things that the Catholic Church contends with, whether it be outright support of abortion, or just the connotation that mothering isn’t […]

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How to Discern Between Consolation & Desolation | Lenten Spiritual Exercises

Fr. Ian VanHeusen presents a gospel reflection and spiritual exercise on the Gospel reading of John 12:20-33, Jesus’ startling statement about hating life in this world in order to gain eternal life in heaven. Throughout the Lenten season, Father encourages us to invest in prayer of self-examination, and he provides practical assistance in the method […]

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Humility in Teamwork | Liturgy Live

2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time This week we talk about the prophecy of Isaiah that can be looked at in three different ways. First and foremost, Christ is the fulfillment of this prophecy. Second, St John the Baptist is God’s servant and draws the people out into the wilderness seeking repentance and restoration.  Third, we […]

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“I am Sin”: The Different Faces of Sin in Our Lives

The reality of sin, “a fact as practical as potatoes” according to Chesterton, is one that touches all of our lives, and every part of them in different ways. Its power is significant, but it, by no means, should lead us to despair. Our reaction should be humility, the recognition that we can’t do it […]

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“O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”Prayer of the Miraculous Medal What Is The Miraculous Medal? The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us: “Sacramentals are sacred signs instituted by the Church. They prepare men to receive...

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