10 Do’s And Don’ts Of Online Evangelization

10 Do’s And Don’ts Of Online Evangelization

 

10 Do's And Don'ts Of Online Evangelization

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3 Ways To Grow In Chastity Before Marriage

Chaste dating is no walk in the park, but it is possible. We’ve been in relationships in the past that were unchaste and ended very badly. When we started courting, we didn’t want to repeat the same habits from our past relationships, so we had to do things differently.  But even so, this was not […]

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Why Does God Allow Us To Suffer?

Why does God allow bad things to happen to us? It’s a question most of us will struggle to answer at some point in our lives. When life’s deepest tragedies hit, it’s difficult to find God’s love in the midst of our suffering. Father George Elliot provides some insight. As Father George Elliot explained, bad […]

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What’s Wrong With Manliness In Today’s Culture?

Depending where you look, and who you listen to, the current state of manliness seems pretty bleak. Are authentically masculine men still a thing? Has manliness changed? In a recent video, Dave DiNuzzo of TrueManhood Catholic Men’s Ministry and Drew Taylor of To The Heights and Catholic-Link.org sat down to discuss. What is Manliness? Manliness […]

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How To Make Friends At Church

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Virtue Is The Answer | TrueManhood’s Guide To Virtue

Everyone struggles with something. A root sin, a set of bad habits, some sort of fear, something that causes undue anxiety, etc. Many (most?) of us struggle with many such things. So what does a person do? Drew Taylor and I sat down recently to discuss this topic, and more. Check it out here: True […]

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Being Catholic In July During July Catholics focus on growing in devotion to the Precious Blood of Jesus. Check out this list of July Feast Days too!

July Is Devoted To The Precious Blood Of Jesus | Mark Your Calendar!

Did you know that each month has a traditional Catholic devotion? This year, let’s focus on each devotion month-by-month to grow in our faith and traditions! Make yourself notes, write it on your calendar, and pray a specific prayer each day of the month to remember. You could use a prayer already associated with the […]

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Meet Venerable Jan Tyranowski: An Ordinary Man With An Extraordinary Impact

In the early 1940s, the Nazis dominated many countries in central Europe. And they were not neutral toward religion. They sought to destroy the Catholic Church, sending thousands of priests and religious to concentration camps, silencing any opposition from religious leaders, prohibiting most public expressions of faith and outlawing education in the Christian life. The goal […]

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We’ve Found A Liturgical Living Hack That Will Make Your Life Easier

Ever found a resource that you know is going to make a huge difference in your family life? Some of our Catholic-Link team members received a review copy of Kendra Tierney‘s newest book, The Catholic All Year Prayer Companion: The Liturgical Year in Practice and we all agree that this is our new go-to to […]

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We have a good, loving, and merciful God. So when bad things happen, how could that be God’s will for us? Fr. George Elliott Explains

Why Does God Allow Bad Things To Happen?

Why Does God Allow Bad Things To Happen? Have you ever wondered “Why do bad things happen to good people?” Fr. George gives some insight into how the mystery of God’s will coincides with the issue of suffering and bad things happening in our lives. Because really why does God allow pain and suffering, why […]

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St. Anthony – More Than A Patron Saint Of Lost Car Keys

Who is Saint Anthony? Many of us know he is the patron Saint of lost things but often that’s all we know. He is a doctor of the Church, Saint of miracles, and much more! Saint Anthony, is one of the Doctors of the Church, and there are many prayers to St Anthony. Why do […]

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