4 Reasons Catholics Should Fast

4 Reasons Catholics Should Fast

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What 4 Events Do We Remember On Holy Thursday? Let This Icon Explain

On Holy Thursday, we are invited to remember and celebrate four events: the Last Supper, the Washing of the Apostle’s Feet by Jesus, Christ’s agony and prayer in Gethsemane, and the arrest of Jesus. In Jesus’ time, the Hebrew Pasch (Passover) was celebrated at home, in the family. It was prescribed that, on that night, no one […]

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5 Things To Make The Most Of Holy Week

5 Things To Do To Make Holy Week The Most Important Week Of The Year

Holy Week should be the most important week of the year for all Christians. It should be the week in which we give of ourselves to the fullest in order to fully receive Christ during the Easter celebration. That’s the ideal. However, we all know that sometimes life just gets in the way. Work or school, […]

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Only Jesus Could Build A Bridge To Heaven

Only Jesus Could Build A Bridge To Heaven

Only Jesus Could Build A Bridge To Heaven More Catholic Resources To Learn About Jesus Related content: Wise Men Still Seek Jesus 10 Quotes On Heaven From The Saints The Cross Of Jesus: 5 Quotes From The Saints The 7 Last Words Of Jesus 4 Movies About The Life Of Jesus To Watch This Lent […]

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What Is A Lent Linebacker…And Why Should You Be Concerned?

The Lent Linebacker from New Catholic Generation is back to ensure that you stick to your Lenten promise and follow the days of fasting and abstinence. Cheat and you might find yourself getting tackled. The Lent Linebacker is lurking around every corner and ready to pounce when he sees anyone about to fail at Lent. […]

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Here’s Why Fasting Is Connected With Prayer

“Fasting is most intimately connected with prayer. For the mind of one who is filled with food and drink is so borne down as not to be able to raise itself to the contemplation of God, or even to understand what prayer means.”   Related content: Prayer Knocks, Fasting Obtains, Mercy Receives The Pillars of […]

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Free Lent Resources To Help You Grow Closer To Christ

Many of us are living a Lent we never expected. Let’s take this gift of time and use it to grow in holiness. There is so much we can do to continue our journey to Easter! We’ve created a list of free resources to help you with your quarantined Lenten adventure. Resources For When You […]

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Carry Your Cross And Follow Me | Matthew 16:24 Bible Quote

Carry Your Cross And Follow Me | Matthew 16:24

Carry Your Cross And Follow Me | Matthew 16:24   More Catholic Resources https://catholic-link.org/quotes/i-thirst-letter-written-mother-teresa-quote/ https://catholic-link.org/mass-will-never-be-the-same-after-you-see-this/ https://catholic-link.org/how-to-go-to-adoration-eucharist/ https://catholic-link.org/26-catholic-books-you-should-be-reading/ https://catholic-link.org/pray-rosary-visual-guide/ Related content: 15 Martyr Saints Who Teach Us How To Carry The Cross With Jesus We Are Called To Not Only Run To Christ But To Run With Him Can You Bear the Cross? My Life And […]

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Jesus Came To Pay Our Debt Catholic Quote

Jesus Came To Pay A Debt He Did Not Owe

This post is not an article, but a part of our gallery of images. You can share this image in your social media or you can click the “Download” button and send it to your friends. We only ask you to share it in its original version, without editing it. Happy evangelization! ? Related content: […]

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Gospel reflection Palm Sunday discernment

Finding Consolation In The Lord’s Passion And In Your Own Life

Fr. Ian VanHeusen presents a gospel reflection and spiritual exercise on the Gospel reading for Palm Sunday, Mk. 14:1-15:47. Throughout the Lenten season, Father encourages us to invest in prayer of self-examination, and he provides practical assistance in the method of the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises as a pathway toward greater spiritual freedom. We invite you […]

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What is Mary’s Lent? The Dormition Fast

Mary’s Lent? Find Out About The Dormition Fast

Full of Grace In the first chapter of the Gospel of St. Luke, we hear that the Blessed Virgin Mary is to be the Mother of God. The Angel Gabriel greets Mary with a strange greeting. The angel says, recorded in the Greek, “Chaire, Kecharitomene… (Lk. 1:38).” St. Jerome translated this into Latin as “Ave, […]

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