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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Alzheimers When a loved one battles Alzheimer's, it affects the whole family. There is pain, suffering, and anguish as you try to serve them with love.

God’s Gift: How A Mother’s Love Conquers Alzheimer’s

 suppose that when Kelly Gunderson put “God’s Gift” as the title of this video she was referring to the very special moment when her Grandmother remembered who she was, expressing how much she loved her. It was indeed a gift that is rare in the life of a family struggling with the illness of  Alzheimer’s. […]

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If This Is What Marriage Implies, Is It Really Worth It? The Strange Things That All Couples Fight Over

oday’s video could be useful for illustrating the daily quarrels that we can all relate to. Although I myself am not married and am on my way towards the priesthood, more than once I have witnessed –with a bit of awe to be honest–the surprising capacity of loving couples to argue over the most ridiculous […]

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Winton is someone that we can truly call a superhero. Not because he possesses extraordinary powers, but his courage during the Holocaust.

The Hero Who Rescued 669 Children From The Nazi Holocaust And Lives To See Them!

Nicholas Winton is someone that we can truly call a superhero. Not because he possesses extraordinary powers, rather because of the incredible fact that he saved the lives of 669 people. Born in England, his parents were German Jews. Nicholas worked in England’s stock market just before the beginning of World War II and lived […]

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How To Move On When You Can't Forgive

How To Move On When You Can’t Forgive

I can’t forgive. Not always and never easily. It is hard to forgive and sometimes I don’t want to forgive. What do you do when there is something in your life that is too huge for forgiveness? A friend of mine once visited Auschwitz. He described how he saw that outside one of the buildings, […]

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Three Questions Catholcis Should Ask Before Telling A Joke

Three Questions Catholics Should Ask Before Telling A Joke

Maybe you’re the class clown, storyteller, or the dry humor sort. We all have our own taste in humor. I admit that lately I have favored “punny” jokes. Guess how many people laugh at my Catholic jokes? …Nun. Whichever flavor of humor you enjoy the most, when you laugh, you’re in good company – the […]

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Gospel reflection ST. Padre Pio Quote

“You Say You Are Anxious About The Future…”

“You say you are anxious about the future, but don’t you know that the Lord is with you always and that our enemy has no power over one who has resolved to belong entirely to Jesus?” – St. Padre Pio Related content: St. Padre Pio Prayer To Say After Receiving Communion Struggling to Pray? Confused? […]

Love Stories

Does God Intervene In Love Stories? | A Providential Animation

God’s ways are always surprising. You don’t need to be overly pious to realize how reality is like a fine piece of cloth, knitted together by God. I am not one to see signs of God in absolutely everything that happens. I say this because just recently I have had the opportunity to witness one of these […]

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safe spaces

8 Points For Addressing The “Safe Space” Mentality In Colleges

Before I begin, I would like to make it clear that support, help and sensitivity for those who have experienced trauma or difficulties in life is so important and necessary. Providing or receiving support for those struggling at college or university is vital and a really good service to give and be able to avail […]

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Catfishing 9 Catholic “Pro-Tips” for Meeting and Online Dating

9 “Pro-Tips” For Meeting And Dating Online

If you’re a Catholic who is active on social media, then you might have read an article about the trending Twitter hashtag #ThisCatholicGirl and the catfishing scandal that took place. If you don’t have a clue what I’m talking about, I’m going to fill you in. To summarize, thousands of millennial Catholics who are part of […]

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A Video That Made Me Understand What It Feels Like to Be Elderly and Alone

A Video That Made Me Understand What It Feels Like To Be Elderly And Alone

On August 2, neighbors of an elderly couple living heard sobs so loud that they decided to call the police. When they arrived, they found no crime, just two very lonely people: Jole, 89, and Michele, 94. According to to the Facebook post (reported by CNA), they “improvised a cozy dinner. A plate of pasta with […]

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