6 Reasons To Rest On Sundays

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6 Things Children Learn When You Skip Mass On Sundays

It doesn’t take long for us parents to realize that our children absorb everything we do and say. I remember the first time I heard my two year old let out a long sigh and say “Oh, my gosh. I can’t even.” Her tone and expression were exactly like mine. Sometimes you come face to […]

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A Letter Inviting Former Catholics Back to Mass This Christmas

It can be difficult to extend the invitation to a neighbor or friend to join us at Mass for Christmas, but statistics show that 82% of people who do not go to Church are somewhat likely to attend if invited. This should give us the courage to be bold in our faith and invite someone to […]

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God Chose To Be Known By Us | St. Peter Chrysologus Quote

“In the mystery of our Lord’s incarnation there were clear indications of his eternal Godhead. Yet the great events we celebrate today disclose and reveal in different ways the fact that God himself took a human body. Mortal man, enshrouded always in darkness, must not be left in ignorance, and so be deprived of what […]

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Infographic: 4 simple ways to live up Christmas

Infographic: 4 Simple Ways To Live Up Christmas

  4 Simple Ways To Live Up Christmas Infographic: 4 simple ways to live up Christmas 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 […]

6 Spirit-Filled Ways To Think About Pentecost

6 Spirit-Filled Ways To Think About Pentecost

On Pentecost Sunday, Christians are accustomed to finding birthday wishes all over the internet—in celebration of the Church, of course. And really, who can be blamed? Most people love birthdays. Plus, anything with icing tends to be pretty popular with the kids. #liturgicallivingwin But, reflecting on the Scripture readings for this celebration, we know there’s […]

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What Is The Best Christmas Gift You Can Give Your Family?

What Is The Best Christmas Gift You Can Give Your Family?

The best gift you can find under the Christmas tree is seeing your family happy together   50+ Of 2020’s Best Catholic Gifts How To Use Your Imagination This Advent | Week 1 Reflection Related content: 3 Christmas Gift Ideas From the Heart Of A Seminarian Here Are The Christmas Gifts That Will Bring Back […]

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7 Advent And Christmas Carol Quotes That You Can Pray With This Season

7 Advent And Christmas Carol Quotes That You Can Pray With This Season

One of the wonderful things about both the Advent and Christmas seasons is the abundance of beautiful hymns and carols. They’re made more special by the fact that they can only be sung once a year! But even so, we can still be overly familiar with some of the more common carols and maybe miss […]

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How is it possible for me to experience the Birth of Jesus today? (Benedict XVI)

“Dear Brothers and Sisters, I am glad to welcome you at the General Audience a few days before the celebration of the Lord’s Birth. The greeting on everyone’s lips in these days is “Happy Christmas! Best wishes for the Christmas festivities!”. Let us ensure that in today’s society too the exchange of good wishes does […]

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Liturgy Live Fr. Ian and Alanna

Our First EVER “Liturgy Live” Featuring Fr. Ian and Alanna

Welcome to the new weekly Facebook live session where Fr. Ian Van Heusen and Alanna Burg discuss the readings for the upcoming Sunday. You can catch us during the weekly live sessions on Mondays at 3pm EST on Facebook from our Catholic-Link page. We welcome questions and input from the people who are able to […]

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Restoring Sacred Music in the Roman Liturgy | Part 2

If you have not read part one of this series entitled: “Music in the Roman Church, part 1 – What is Sacred Music?” please go read that first for background. In this part of the series, we will get a bit deeper into the specifics of restoring Sacred Music in the Latin Rite of the […]

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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...

Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." - Matthew 5:3 The Gospels are the first four books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These books teach us facts about Jesus’ life and share valuable lessons we can learn...

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