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All Your Questions About Adoration Answered…What Is It? How Do I Go? What Do I Do? And More!

Maybe, you’ve seen our posts about the benefits of Adoration or heard some of your Catholic friends talk about “going to Adoration,” but you still don’t really understand what that means. That’s ok! Though the practice of Adoration has been a part of the Catholic faith since the very beginning, it has experienced a revival […]

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Litany Of Trust | Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, Sister of Life

Litany Of Trust | Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, Sister of Life From the belief thatI have to earn Your loveDeliver me, Jesus.From the fear that I am unlovableDeliver me, Jesus.From the false securitythat I have what it takesDeliver me, Jesus.From the fear that trusting Youwill leave me more destituteDeliver me, Jesus.From all suspicion ofYour words […]

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26 Catholic Books You Should Be Reading

“Just as the reading of spiritual books has led to the conversion of many sinners, so the reading of bad books is daily leading to the ruin of many young people.” St. Alphonsus Liguori We must immerse ourselves in good Catholic books in order to have spiritual growth.  It is a discipline to set aside time […]

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10 Things You Should Know About Catholic Mass Etiquette

A few weeks ago during Mass the people in the pew behind me would not stop talking. They chatted away throughout the whole celebration. Needless to say, it was driving me crazy. I was getting more and more aggravated mostly because I was struggling to keep my own children quiet and they were setting a […]

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The Magnificat: Canticle of Mary And Magnifying Glass Of Intercessory Love

The Magnificat – otherwise known as the Canticle of Mary – is a beautiful, ancient, scriptural “song” of praise spoken by Our Lady. You may have heard the word thanks to the wonderful monthly publication that goes by the same name, but do you know the prayer, itself? “My soul doth magnify the Lord,” the […]

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What’s The Big Deal About Baptism?

Our baptismal promises – promises that were made at one particular and special moment in our lives, yet through this sacrament’s indelible spiritual mark, do and must continue to shape our life. As Catholics, by way of reminder, we situate our reflection on the sacrament of baptism not only in a personal but also in […]

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The Best Catholic Christmas Gift Guide: 45 Ideas For All Occasions And Ages!

This time of year is when many people start frantically searching for the perfect gift for every person on their list. It can be overwhelming, time-consuming, and draining. Many times we lose the joy and peace that comes with Christmas because we are so worried about the gifts. We’ve compiled a list of meaningful Catholic […]

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Mother Teresa’s Daily Prayer | Radiating Christ

St. Teresa of Calcutta prayed the “Radiating Christ” prayer daily. It is thought to have been written by St. John Henry Newman. Radiating Christ Dear Jesus, help me to spread Thy fragrance everywhere I go. Flood my soul with Thy spirit and love. Penetrate and possess my whole being so utterly that all my life […]

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EWTN Interviews Catholic-Link About Our Viral Saint John Paul II Cartoon

Days before the launch of our video, “Saint John Paul II, the Life of a Holy Pope“, we were invited by EWTN and Catholic News Agency (CNA) to participate in an interview about the project. We had no idea that our Saint John Paul II Cartoon would go viral! Check it out and use it in […]

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God Gathered All His Graces And Called Them “Mary”

God gathered all his graces and called them “Mary” Five Feminine Virtues I Learned From the Joyful Mysteries Why Was Mary Absent From The Original Nativity Scene? Why Does It Matter That Jesus Was “Wrapped In Swaddling Clothes”? Related content: Nativity of Virgin Mary | Happy Birthday Christmas Reveals God’s Love For Humanity | Pope Francis […]

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7 Things Catholic Parents Can Do This Summer

Summer is my favorite time of the year here in Ohio. I love everything about it, especially the warm weather and the long nights. Having my kids home from school can be incredibly exhausting, but it’s absolutely the highlight of the summer months. So many memories are made during these weeks full of campfires, baseball games, […]

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5 Ways JRR Tolkien Faith Inspired His Fiction

5 Ways Tolkien’s Home And Faith Inspired His Fiction

When the house in which J.R.R. Tolkien wrote The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit came up for sale, we decided it would be a good adventure to try to buy it with the support of his global fanbase. The aim is to turn it into the first literary centre in honour of the […]

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Meet Venerable Jan Tyranowski: An Ordinary Man With An Extraordinary Impact

In the early 1940s, the Nazis dominated many countries in central Europe. And they were not neutral toward religion. They sought to destroy the Catholic Church, sending thousands of priests and religious to concentration camps, silencing any opposition from religious leaders, prohibiting most public expressions of faith and outlawing education in the Christian life. The goal […]

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Every Kind Of Suffering Is An Invitation From God

When we suffer in any way, it is normal to ask why. Why does this have to happen? Why would God allow this? In some of our worst moments of suffering, it can feel not only like God is not present, but that he is very far away. We feel abandoned and betrayed. We get […]

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Struggling With Fasting? These Resources Will Help

Fasting is a powerful and beautiful way of living out penance and self-denial, both important aspects of the Christian life. Scripture affirms the importance of this form of sacrifice and prayer, “Even now,” declares the Lord, “return to me with all your heart, with fasting and weeping and mourning.” (Joel 2:12) But, it can be difficult. These resources […]

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We’ve Found A Liturgical Living Hack That Will Make Your Life Easier

Ever found a resource that you know is going to make a huge difference in your family life? Some of our Catholic-Link team members received a review copy of Kendra Tierney‘s newest book, The Catholic All Year Prayer Companion: The Liturgical Year in Practice and we all agree that this is our new go-to to […]

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5 Recommended (Short & Easy!) Catholic Books On The Spiritual Life

We frequently complain about our lack of time, especially when it comes to having time to read. Usually, the problem is not time, but the way we organize our priorities throughout the day. Spiritual readings are an excellent way to take advantage of time and nourish our soul. Certainly, they require us to find an […]

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11 Of The Best *New* Catholic Children’s Books

Have you noticed an abundance of great Catholic media and books being produced? We certainly have! It’s inspiring to see new incredible Catholic content being made available to the faithful. Here are a few of our favorite Catholic Children’s books that have recently been published. 11 Of Our Favorite New Catholic Children’s Books A Storybook […]

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Can You Beat Scott Hahn On A Quiz About The Creed?

Oftentimes today the idea of a “creed” is associated with closed-thinking and mediocrity. Yet the early Christians were willing to die to protect a single iota of the creed! In their days, the authorities of ancient times considered it to be a threat to the established social order. Thus, when truly understood and professed, the […]

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6 Things To Know About God’s Mercy

Even those who don’t know much about Pope Francis could likely tell you that he is passionate about revealing God’s mercy to all people.   “The Name of God is Mercy” was released in January 2013 with hopes of helping people better understand the mercy of God that is available to us. The book has been […]

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What Is The Miraculous Medal?

“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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