In Today’s World, To Believe In Love Is An Act Of Faith

In Today’s World, To Believe In Love Is An Act Of Faith

In Today's World, To Believe In Love Is An Act Of Faith

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QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About The Eucharist?

Are you smarter than a 2nd grader?  It is amazing the information that we forget over time. Take our quiz to see if you are still as sharp as the day you received First Holy Communion. We did add a few more challenging questions to keep you on your toes! Good luck! And for all […]

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From Prison to Faith: The Conversion of Mark Wahlberg

I must confess that writing posts on Hollywood conversions can be terrifying. We Catholics tend to get excited when an actor says something about the faith. Sometimes we are even quick to elevate them to the status of models of the Christian life. Soon after, they come around and start spouting out rubbish and, naturally, we […]

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What Is The Efficient Technology Driven Multitasker Of Today Really Accomplishing?

What Is The Efficient Technology Driven Multitasker Of Today Really Accomplishing?

he “Daily Grovo” offers an interesting video dealing with our fascination with multitasking and efficiency. It’s an exaggerated representation that draws our attention to some of the same thoughts and habits that we display in our daily use of technology. A Deeper Look Take a moment to imagine a young boy that comes upon a deep and empty well. […]

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10 Quotes Of Nobel Winning Scientists That Think Faith And Science Are Compatible

The other day I had the opportunity to speak to a group of Italian youth. I asked how many of them believe in God. One responded saying, “I don’t believe in religion; rather, I believe in science.” I love this response because it is a typical, yet fertile starting point for speaking about the faith, […]

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Before Thinking of Getting a Divorce, Watch This Video. It Might Save Your Marriage.

There are two foundations that can never be separated: love and memory. Just as a true disciple never forgets the first hour when the master touched his heart: “It was about four o’clock in the afternoon” (Jn 1:39) – and, as Pope Francis says, a believer is essentially “one who remembers“– so the same could be said for love […]

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“We are Catholic”: The Video that Makes You Proud to be Catholic!

Today we present a beautiful video made by  Defend Us In Battle. I must say that after watching it… I felt proud to be a Catholic. It does make me wonder though, how can we, who have received so much, be afraid sometimes or even ashamed to share it? “Dear friends, may no adversity paralyze you. Be afraid […]

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A Little Iraqi Girl Figured Out How To Respond To ISIS

Myriam is an Iraqi Christian whose family had to flee their home near Mosul when ISIS took control of their town in mid-2014. They fled to Irbil, a safer area of the autonomous region of Kurdistan where they live as refugees. She told her story to Essam Nagy, the presenter of one of SAT-7 KIDS’ […]

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How Will This Man Respond When His Dentist Tells Him God Doesn’t Exist?

This short video comes from Vision Fudge, an organization which makes films in order to help people explore life’s big questions. Whether or not God exists is definitely one of those questions. In the video they ask three questions about belief in God: Does anyone believe in God? Why do people believe in God? If there […]

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Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

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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