6 Practical Tips For A Pure Life

6 Practical Tips For A Pure Life

 

6 Practical Tips For A Pure Life

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How To Forgive Someone Who Hurt You

How To Forgive The Person Who Hurt You

Forgiveness is so hard, but why? Often, the desire for an eye for an eye overwhelms us, we want the person who hurt us to receive justice and be held accountable. But does holding on to the hurt and anger in fact accomplish our desire for justice? Again and again, I see that when I […]

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6 Reasons Your Parish Should Open Its Convent Buildings To Young Adults

Across America many Catholic convent buildings, which once housed a blessed surplus of religious sisters, are now standing underutilized and sometimes completely empty. The disuse of these buildings is expensive on our already cash-strapped parishes. On the other hand, there’s another set of problems: chilling statistics that show that our young people are becoming more […]

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Three Key Tips For Praying As A Couple

Have you ever thought, “Wow, I want to have a great marriage…how does that happen?” The answer is simple – prayer. Here are three simple ways to implement prayer in your relationship and form a strong, intimate relationship with your spouse. Schedule It This may seem simple, but if you are intentional about what time […]

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The Virtue Of Getting Along

Niceness gets a bad rap these days. In politics, being too nice to one’s opponents is seen as a sign of unseriousness, even betrayal of one’s comrades and principles. In Church affairs, the “Church of Nice” gets dragged for being unwilling to stand up for truth and to condemn sin, lest feelings get bruised. And […]

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Women’s Catholic Gift Guide And Giveaway!

We invite you to browse through our favorite gifts for Catholic women! 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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The Most Overlooked Ingredient For Happiness: Gratitude

“The Science of Happiness- An Experiment in Gratitude” is a video produced by Soul Pancake. It looks to pose one of the most important questions we can ask: What makes you happy? How often, when asking someone what makes them happy, have you heard them list off gratitude as an important element? Have we too fallen […]

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gratitude 15 Quotes That Are Perfect For Thanksgiving!

15 Quotes That Are Perfect For Thanksgiving!

Gratitude is one of the most underrated virtues. It’s so often misconstrued as false enthusiasm, naivety or new-age positivity. It’s not. To be grateful takes strength to see beyond our own egos. If we concentrate only on what is negative in our lives, we forget the fact that our lives are not ours, they are […]

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10 Things You Can Do When You Love Your Family…But They Drive You Crazy During The Holidays

Do any of these words describe your family : Aggravating, Irritating, Dysfunctional, Crazy, Weird?  I’m betting that most of us can circle one that fits at least some of the time. “We put the ‘fun’ in dysfunctional” is a popular saying around this time of year.  Truth be told, it would be difficult to find […]

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What Does A Party In The Bible Symbolize Catholic Parables

What Does A Party Symbolize In The Bible?

“Allow me to do the best that I can.” – Babette’s Feast by K. Blixen Organizing a party is a serious matter. It says a lot about us and many times it is a symbol of our lives. There are those that love to take care of every detail themselves and those that leave everything […]

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The 2 Great Commandments & the Meaning of Love | Catholic Bible Study

The 2 Greatest Commandments And The Meaning Of Love | Catholic Bible Study

“Love is an inclination” – Hannah Arendt A long time ago I heard the story of a rose who realized how beautiful she was. Intoxicated by her own splendor, she decided that she only wanted to be caressed by the gentle touch of a butterfly, and so she did not appreciate the attention she got […]

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