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Once You Understand The Eucharist…

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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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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 […]

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Prayer For Priests | St. Therese of Lisieux

O Jesus, I pray for your faithful and fervent priests; for your unfaithful and tepid priests; for your priests laboring at home or abroad in distant mission fields; for your tempted priests; for your lonely and desolate priests; for your young priests; for your dying priests; for the souls of your priests in purgatory. But […]

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“I Thirst For You” – A Letter From Mother Teresa

I THIRST FOR YOU. It is true. I stand at the door of your heart, day and night. Even when you are not listening, even when you doubt it could be Me, I am there: waiting for even the smallest signal of your response, even the smallest suggestion of an invitation that will permit Me […]

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10 Ways To Pray | Catholic Inspiration

10 Ways Catholic Can Pray   How To Pray A Novena – A Visual Step By Step Guide 50+ Of 2020’s Best Catholic Gifts 7 Postures Of Prayer To Engage Your Mind, Body, And Soul With God Related content: How To Measure Your Wealth | Catholic Inspiration Infographic: 8 Ways To Pray During Adoration God’s […]

What To Do While Waiting In Line For Confession

What To Do While Waiting In Line For Confession

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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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Eucharistic Adoration | How To Make A Holy Hour

Steps For Making A Holy Hour Source: www.thegregorian.org More Adoration Resources 10 Surprising Things That Happen When You Go To Adoration More Often All Your Questions About Adoration Answered…What Is It? How Do I Go? What Do I Do? And More! Related content: Infographic: 4 Steps for Eucharistic Adoration A Saint’s Advice For When You […]

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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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Infographic: The 4 Marian Dogmas

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Catholic Christmas Gift Guide | Over 150 Catholic Gifts For Everyone On Your List!

Catholic Christmas Gift Guide | Over 150 Catholic Gifts For Everyone On Your List!

Every year it is incredible to see the creativity that the Holy Spirit lavishes on the artists, designers, authors, and entrepreneurs featured in the Catholic-Link.org Catholic Christmas Gift Guide. It’s an absolute joy to put this list together because Catholic-Link desires to see these small Catholic businesses succeed in evangelizing through their craft. It is […]

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Best Catholic Gifts For Kids Gift

The Christmas season can be a tough time of year for Catholic parents. It’s difficult to avoid the materialism and consumerism that surrounds this holiday. If you’re looking to keep the focus on Christ, consider buying Catholic gifts for your child. The gifts on our list remind us that Jesus is the center of all […]

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Over 115 Of The Best Catholic Gifts

We’ve compiled ALL of our favorite Catholic gifts for this year into one guide! This year we will select five of our email subscribers to win each category of gifts. If you’re not a subscriber, click here to make sure you have a chance to win. We thank each of these wonderful Catholic small businesses […]

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Best Catholic Gifts For The Home

We invite you to browse through our favorite gifts for your Catholic home! Remember, when you support these Catholic businesses you are helping Catholic families and ministries evangelize through their work. We thank each Catholic vendor featured on our Catholic-Link Gift Guide for all they do. Best Catholic Gifts For Your Home Mini Mary Garden  […]

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Catholic Gift Guide For Women + WIN ALL The Gifts!

Women’s Catholic Gifts Ultimate Guide

We invite you to browse through our favorite gifts for Catholic women. Remember, when you support these Catholic businesses you are helping Catholic families and ministries evangelize. We thank each Catholic vendor featured on our Catholic-Link Gift Guide for all their hard work! Best Gifts For Catholic Women God’s Promise Necklace | Saint and Stone […]

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Catholic Gifts For Men Gift Guide

We invite you to browse through our favorite gifts for Catholic men. Though we would love for you to WIN these gifts, we encourage you to purchase some as well. Remember, when you support these Catholic businesses you are helping Catholic families and ministries evangelize through their work. We thank each Catholic vendor featured on […]

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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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The Veil Removed Catholic Mass Video

Mass Will Never Be The Same After You See This

The Veil Removed, produced by Greg Krajewski and RD Delgado, powerfully shows what happens during each and every Mass that takes place in Catholic Churches across the world. Take 5 minutes out of your day and watch this short video. You will never look at Mass the same way again! The Veil Removed “The angels […]

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The Ultimate Catholic Gift Guide

Catholic-Link is pleased to present the Ultimate Catholic Gift Guide and GIVEAWAY for another year. This list is better than ever before. Some of our classic favorites are back…because you can’t go wrong with AMAZING…and we’ve added new ideas too. The best part?! We’re giving away this ENTIRE list to one *Blessed* Catholic-Link email subscriber. […]

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15 Catholic Bible Verses You Can Easily Memorize

Do you have any Catholic Bible verses memorized? If we really believe in the power of the Word of God, we should make an effort to study it, understand it, and memorize it.  It is a gift that we have been given to help us in our faith. It is very useful in the Christian life […]

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The Three Hail Marys Devotion: A Simple Lifeline To Love And Holiness

When you wake up in the morning, get on your knees: One of the greatest means of salvation and one of the surest signs of predestination, is unquestionably, the devotion to the Most Blessed Virgin. All the holy doctors of the Church are unanimous in saying with St. Alphonsus of Liguori: “A devout servant of […]

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How To Pray A Novena – A Visual Step By Step Guide

The novena is a Catholic practice of prayer that’s done over the course of nine days. Its practice goes back to the time of the apostles. The first novena can be attributed to when they got together to pray, after the Ascension waiting for the coming of the Holy Spirit. How To Pray A Novena […]

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The Blessed Sacrament: Step-by-Step Visual Guide To Adoration

The first time I visited the Blessed Sacrament, I was eight years old. I did it in the context of the preparation for my First Communion. The sister who was preparing us told us with much reverence and passion that inside the tabernacle was the door to Heaven. At eight, I took this explanation literally […]

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Christmas Gift Ideas For The Priest Or Seminarian In Your Life!

We always expect to see the priest at Mass, especially during the holidays. We watch the deacon assist during sacraments and parish life. We proudly acknowledge the hard work and preparation seminarians undergo for the future of the Church. But, what do we do for the men of the church to say thank you? First […]

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Is there something Catholics can learn from The Little Prince? What is the meaning of the word tame? More Than Entertained takes a look

The Little Prince: Allowing Ourselves To Be Tamed

“To create ties.” This, according to the fox in the French novella, The Little Prince, is the meaning of the word tamed. When consulting my dictionary app, I found no definition that quite matched the fox’s, but for the purposes of this reflection, it’s the one I’m going to use. The Little Prince is by French author Antoine De […]

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Reading Anne of Green Gables as an adult Catholic will renew your sense of childlike wonder. Here's an insightful commentary on what to look

Anne Of Green Gables And Childlike Wonder

“What was wonderful about childhood is that anything in it is a wonder.” – G. K. Chesterton As a child, I remember exploring in the woods for hours with my cousins, playing in the creek and climbing trees. I would get lost in my imagination and in the beauty of it all. As I got […]

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Is It Essential To Have A Spiritual Director?

Are you wondering if you need a spiritual director? Father George discusses when it’s important to have a spiritual director and what spiritual direction is. He clarifies what to look for in a spiritual director and how to grow in the spiritual life!. Let’s face it we don’t just need spiritual direction, we need good […]

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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 […]

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Rachel Bulman: With All Her Mind

Drew and Katie Taylor sit down with Rachel Bulman from Word on Fire Meet the Bulmans and editor of the new Catholic book With All Her Mind: A Call to the Intellectual Life. Is God Calling You To Be An Intellectual? Rachel Bulman On With All Her Mind The Church sees in Mary the highest […]

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Catholic Parenting Books And Tips

Catholic parents looking for spiritual insight and practical wisdom can find many tips in Catholic parenting books and Catholic resources on YouTube. Remember that the most important work you will ever do begins in the home! 6 Catholic Parenting Tips Drew and Katie Taylor continue with the Catholic Family Rule of Life series, watch part […]

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The Best Catholic Kids Books: Lion And Lamb Book Box Subscription

The books you read are important to the spiritual well being of your family. Jessica Thornton shares how to choose books that you can trust will lead your children closer to Christ. Can Catholics Trust Kid’s Books? More About The Lion & Lamb Book Club Parents don’t have the time to review everything their kids […]

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One Lent Resource Will Help Men Enter The Desert

Join Drew and Katie Taylor as they interview Father Mark Mary Ames, CFR about Born of Fire by Fr Innocent Montgomery, the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal’s Lent book for men. Get your copy here ➡️ https://bornoffirebook.com/ Born of Fire | Lent Study for Men This is honestly the best Lent resource for Catholic men […]

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Catholic Books To Give & Read

These Catholic books make great gifts, but you should also add them to your own list of Catholic books to read. Don’t forget to enter to WIN ALL of these incredible Catholic books. Catholic Books To Read View this post on Instagram A post shared by Catholic-Link.org (@catholiclink_en) Find More Great Catholic Book Titles Related […]

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What Your Kids Learn When You Prioritize Your Marriage

“Well, the children have always come first” is a remark that echoes in the offices of too many marriage therapists. Imagine if their wedding vows had been,  “I, John, take you, Jane, to be my beloved wife. I promise to stand by idly, but with deep emotional pain while you shower all of your attention […]

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Rediscovering Metanoia And Our Salvation

Jesus calls his disciples to “Repent, and believe in the Gospel” in order to attain salvation in the kingdom of God (see Mk 1:15). But what is repentance (metanoia in Greek) and why is it necessary for salvation? These questions lead us to the very heart of the Eternal Covenant that God established in Christ. […]

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Read your child books with meaning! These 3 Children’s Books With Powerful Life Lessons all Catholic families should have in their library

3 Children’s Books With Powerful Lessons For Life

Children’s Literature is my preferred reading diet. It is no easy task to keep a child engaged. Their minds wander easily. They can see through facades of boorishness and sermonizing. But every now and then, an author crafts a tale that is the perfect blend of drama, character, and plot. These three titles have been […]

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3 Tips From St. Therese’s Little Way To Simplify Your Life And Decrease Anxiety

3 Tips From St. Therese’s Little Way To Simplify Your Life And Decrease Anxiety

Minimalism, simplifying, and small living are popular trends today. But for Catholics, the underlying spiritual realities are truly profound. And, who better to guide us in everything small and simple, but The Little Flower, Saint Therese herself? Did you know that when the eye sees clutter, the brain shifts into problem-solving mode? Neuroscience has discovered […]

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Why Was This Priest Known As “Our Lady’s Dolphin”?

I once received a message from a brother priest I had never met but who followed me on social media. He told me that he was in- interested in incorporating Mary more into his priestly ministry and asked for a recommendation. I recommended Fr. Emile Neubert’s Mary and the Priestly Ministry. It just so happened […]

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What Parents Can Learn From The Saint Who Converted Her Son With Her Tears

As she traveled through life with her wayward son Augustine in the 4th Century, St. Monica came upon many road signs pointing the way forward. Eventually, she came to a crossroad and needed heaven’s help to decide her next move. That turn of direction eventually helped lead her son home, and offers a profound witness to […]

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Can Catholics Use Tarot Cards? An  Exorcist Shares What You Need To Know

Let us first look at scripture, the place a Christian must start.  In the Old Testament we find “Let there not be found among you anyone who causes their son or daughter to pass through the fire, or practices divination, or is a soothsayer, augur, or sorcerer, or who casts spells, consults ghosts and spirits, […]

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Why Use A Missal (And How!)

What is the Roman Missal? The Roman Missal is (mostly) the big red book that the priest uses at the altar and at his chair when celebrating Mass. I say “mostly” because the Lectionary (which contains the readings) and the liturgical books containing the rites for the various sacraments, are also part of the Roman […]

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Raising A Saint: Lessons From Holy Dads

If you could ask a few male saints how they were raised, what do you think they would say? Certainty, every Catholic father wants to raise a saint, but not every father is willing to make the sacrifice or knows where to start.  The Father Of St. Thomas More Let’s begin with John More, the […]

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Moms: How To Take Care Of Your Heart Through Reading

Many mothers find that personal reading is a luxury that has been sacrificed in the name of family life.  In fact, the number one reason women give for not reading is lack of time. Although we know the value of reading and believe in it, we are busy women, doing things that matter – being […]

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How Sacred Art Can Elevate Your Prayer Time

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been drawn to sacred art. I used to buy books as a kid about the Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo. Ironically, I had no idea of their Catholic ties, nor would the term “sacred art” have been in my vocabulary. I was simply mesmerized by the beauty. It […]

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St. Catherine Of Sienna And A Woman's Gift Of Intuition

St. Catherine Of Siena And A Woman’s Gift Of Intuition

Though she was physically short in stature, St. Catherine of Siena was a spiritual giant among the giants. She was canonized by Pope Pius II in 1461, only eighty-one years after her death. In 1866, she was declared a patron saint of Rome, and in 1939, co-patron saint of Italy (along with St. Francis of […]

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The Saints Show Us How Stewardship Starts With Wonder

I am impressed every time my child spots a dandelion and plucks it as if something truly magnificent has captured his attention. This kind of wonder seems to fade as we get older. So I have always been interested in how the saints were able to not just maintain this sense of awe but also […]

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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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3 Reasons You Should Consecrate Your Family to St. Joseph

So…why should you consecrate your family to St. Joseph? 3 Reasons You Should Consecrate Your Family to St. Joseph There is a battle waging against your family “The final battle between the Lord and the reign of Satan will be about marriage and the family.” —Sister Lucia of Fatima Friends, God has repeatedly shown us […]

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Are You Really Happy? A Question We Should Ask Ourselves

Would you describe yourself as perfectly happy? Perhaps you’d say you are somewhat happy or happy enough, but not especially so. We often get the general impression that lasting happiness is far-off, practically impossible, not to be hoped for in this life. When we are made to confront our own unhappiness, it can be distressing, […]

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Pope Francis’ Prayer Intentions For 2023

Pope Francis’ Prayer Intentions For 2023

Praying for the Pope's intentions is an important part of our Catholic faith. It is a way for us to show our respect and appreciation for the Pope's leadership and his commitment to the Church. Praying for the Pope's intentions allows us to express our devotion to the...

Epiphany Home Blessing And Prayer Service 2023

Epiphany Home Blessing And Prayer Service 2023

Blessing of the Home on the Feast of the Epiphany When all have gathered, a suitable song may be sung. The leader makes the sign of the cross, and all reply, “Amen.”The leader greets those present in the following words: Let us praise God, who fills our hearts and...

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