4 Daily Habits To Keep Your Faith Alive!

4 Daily Habits To Keep Your Faith Alive!

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How to go to Confession visual Guide

A 7 Step Visual Guide For Going To Confession

If you’re thinking of going to Confession, but it has been a while, this post is for you. Going to Confession is never pleasant or enjoyable, but it is always worth it. However, it can feel so much worse if you’ve not been in years. Maybe it has been so long ago since you’ve been, […]

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Sacred Heart of Jesus, Immaculate Heart of Mary

The Sacred Heart Of Jesus And The Immaculate Heart of Mary: A Beautiful Illustration

In June, Catholics celebrate the Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. You may have seen various depictions of the image that was given by Our Lord to sister Margaret Mary Alacoque in 1675. Did you know that you can have an image enthroned in your home? Do you have a special devotion to […]

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How To Have A Happy Marriage: Explained In 4 Infographics

What is the secret to a happy marriage? The secret of how to have a happy marriage is realizing that happiness is not the purpose of marriage. If your goal in marriage is your own personal happiness, you’re going about it all wrong. The first thing to do is to spend some time studying the […]

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During Christmas, The King Of Peace Becomes A Baby

During Christmas, The King Of Peace Becomes A Baby

During Christmas, the King of Peace becomes a baby. 12 Children’s Books To Read For The 12 Days Of Christmas Why Was Mary Absent From The Original Nativity Scene? Why Does It Matter That Jesus Was “Wrapped In Swaddling Clothes”? Official Catholic Blessing For Your Christmas Tree Related content: The Meaning Of Christmas According To […]

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Ever Wondered What The Saints Looked Like As Children? 32 Pictures!

Ever Wondered What The Saints Looked Like As Children? 32 Photos Of Saints

Saints aren’t born saints, they are forged in fire. They all started small, very small. Like you or me, they were once babies, children. They cried, whined, spurted food in embarrassing ways, needed diaper changes, etc. They were fragile and vulnerable.   Their first experience of God’s infinite love was a very finite one: a […]

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padre pio prayer quote My past, O Lord, I entrust to your mercy. My presence to your love. My future to your providence. (1)

St. Padre Pio Prayer To Say After Receiving Communion

St. Padre Pio’s Communion Prayer St. Padre Pio’s Prayer To Say After Receiving Communion My past, O Lord, I entrust to your mercy. My present to your love. My future to your providence. More Resources On St. Padre Pio The Holiness and Sufferings of Padre Pio (Plus a Rare Peek Into His Life!) Pray, Hope […]

visual guide to Lectio Divina How To Pray Lectio Divina? A Visual Step By Step Guide

How To Pray Lectio Divina? A Visual Step By Step Guide

“Lectio Divina” means divine reading in Latin. It’s an ancient practice that teaches us how to read, meditate on and live the Word of God. History tells us that it was the Blessed Guigo the Carthusian, who wrote the “most important stages” of this way of meditating the word. It’s not a prayer with fixed […]

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Confession Excellent Video That Will Help You Understand Confession

This Excellent Video Will Help You Understand Confession

SophiaSketchPad.org has produced another excellent video that helps to understand and explain the sacrament of confession. If you go to their website they also offer viewing guides and other tools that can help to complete the learning experience. Sophia Sketchpad: Confession As another useful tool, we would like to present this gallery. Often, just like […]

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3 Ways To Use Your Rosary (Hint: It’s Not a Necklace)

3 Ways To Use Your Rosary (Hint: It’s Not A Necklace)

You probably have a rosary lying around your house somewhere.  Maybe you received it as a Confirmation gift or picked one up when the sweet old lady was passing them out at church, but you don’t really know what to do with it.    If you remember praying the rosary as a kid as something […]

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St.josemaria escriva 17 signs of lack of humility

According To St. Josemaria Escriva, If You Do These 17 Things You Probably Need To Work On Humility

I’ve been trying to go to Confession more regularly because I have been so encouraged by some of the articles we have posted here on Catholic-Link. (Find them here!) One of the many benefits of going more often has been that I’ve been able to see a pattern in the sins that I’m confessing. What […]

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Graced and Gifted with Kimberly Hahn || Biblical Wisdom for the Homemaker's Heart

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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Holy Spirit in the new evangelization

7 Must-Reads To Help You Understand The Power Of The Holy Spirit

The celebration of Pentecost is a reminder of our need for the Holy Spirit. How often do you pray to and invite the Holy Spirit into your life? Jesus left us with the Advocate to help us grow in holiness, but many of us don’t understand how to incorporate this aspect of the Holy Trinity […]

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The Sacramental World Of Christmas Symbols

On a December afternoon I watched one-year-old grandson Ronan-the-Barbarian crawl around the Christmas tree. He would stop, reach out his arm and dip his fist into the water in the tree stand. And then he would bless himself, tap, tap, tap in his baby way. At his eye level, it was not unlike a holy […]

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Why Journal Your Prayer Time?

Whether you prefer morning, afternoon, or evening prayer time, keeping a journal along with your spiritual reading offers many benefits. Drew and Katie Taylor recently sat down with Kelly Wahlquist and Allison Gingras from WINE: Women in the New Evangelization to discuss the power of journaling and their new daily devotional Called By Name: 365 […]

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Catholic family rule of life busy prayer

How To Pray When You Are Busy | Rule Of Life

What is the Catholic family rule of life? Drew and Katie Taylor discuss prioritizing god and prioritizing prayer as a busy Catholic family. It can be hard to find time to pray and learn how to pray as parents or how to pray as a couple when we transition into Catholic married life. Learning how […]

Catholic Katie prayer journal for parents and grandparents

Ever Feel Like You Need A Guide On How To Pray For Your Kids?

One of the things that Catholic Link does best is to Link our readers with phenomenal Catholic resources and ministries.  Our writers search the web to find noteworthy Catholic content to bring right to your inbox everyday.  (If you’re missing out on this, be sure to sign up for our emails!) The beauty of being […]

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Here we share nine amazing quotes from our favorite books that best describe the beauty and gift of friendship! Which one do you like?

9 Great Literary Quotes That Reveal The Beauty Of Friendship

Friendship, especially in our busy modern age, can be overlooked as a nice addition to life, but not necessarily as an important priority. But friendships are important. They are how we learn to choose to love, share, and give. They are how we learn to accept love ourselves. They show us that none of us can live life […]

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How to Buy A Catholic Bible

What Catholics Should Look For When Buying A Bible

What is the Bible? Before we can really answer the question of which Bible to buy, we have to investigate a bigger question: “What is the Bible?” The Bible is more of a library than it is one book. It contains seventy-three books of various literary genres. In the Bible, there is history, romance, poetry, […]

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Catholics defeat the devil The Catholic Church is an “expert” in the most dangerous war of all, spiritual warfare. Dr. Peter Kreeft's book, Forty Reasons I Am A Catholic

Only The Church Can Whup The Devil – Reason #30 Dr. Peter Kreeft Is Catholic

  Whenever anybody gets really serious about exorcism, they go to a Catholic priest. Did you ever see a movie with a Protestant exorcist? The Catholic Church is an “expert” in the most dangerous war of all, spiritual warfare. Why? For these reasons: Jesus was. He performed many exorcisms in the Gospels. And His Church […]

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How To Distinguish Mortal And Venial Sins

How To Distinguish Mortal And Venial Sins

The virtue of charity is our union with God. The  Council of Trent declared that we maintain the virtues of faith and hope after we commit a mortal sin, both of which encourage us to seek out the sacrament of confession. But  the Catechism of the Council of Trent explains that “whoever offends God, even […]

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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...

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