The Seven “I AM” Statements Of Jesus In John’s Gospel

The Seven “I AM” Statements Of Jesus In John’s Gospel

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Servant leadership What Is Servant Leadership? A Catholic Perspective

What Is Servant Leadership? A Catholic Perspective

What is servant leadership? As leaders, we should be oriented towards service, self gift. It’s a simple principle, but it has to be renewed constantly. We also have to take care of ourselves in order to be able to give of ourselves to others. In this week’s Catholic Bible study, Father Ian VanHeusen examines Jn. […]

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5 Amazing Quotes By St. John Bosco

5 Amazing Quotes From St. John Bosco

  5 Amazing Quotes From St. John Bosco   More From St. John Bosco Related content: St. John Bosco’s Spiritual Goals For A New Year 15 Of St. Pope John Paul II’s Most Inspirational Quotes Enjoy Yourself Without Sin | St. John Bosco Quote Quotes From Love And Responsibility By St. John Paul II 11 […]

Gospel reflection 3rd Sunday Advent Spiritual Exercise 5 Ways to Prepare the Way of the Lord

5 Ways To Prepare The Way Of The Lord: An Advent Spiritual Exercise

Advent is a time to prepare your heart for Jesus’ coming at Christmas, as well as to prepare others around you to receive Him as their Savior. Especially with the non-Catholics and non-Christians in your life, how can you use this season of grace to help others open themselves up to the freedom and joy […]

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Are You Allowing God To Prune You? | Catholic Bible Study

  “He lost himself in dreams of what could have been had he just left; left without saying anything; left forever, without ever returning home again.” ~ Pirandello Who among us has not felt the urge to just run away and leave everything? This was the case with Mr. Bareggi, the protagonist in Luigi Pirandello’s […]

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How Much Are You Worth? The Unconscious Commerce Of The Heart

   “We love only that which is beautiful.” ~ Augustine Freedom has a price, but does love? How much does love cost? Jesus was sold for 30 pieces of silver. Joseph, in the book of Genesis, was sold into slavery by his brothers. And Orpheus had to make a bargain with death in order to […]

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Are You Willing To Ask The Uncomfortable Questions Of Life? |Catholic Bible Study

  Reality is continually asking us questions. It always asks us to choose. And, through our decisions, we show who we truly are. It’s a process we can’t back out of. Once in a while, we may feel a desire to escape from this unavoidable call to manifest who we truly are. How many times […]

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Gospel reflection Catholic Bible Study

Are You Locked In? | Divine Mercy Reflection

  “What is your aim in philosophy?” “To show the fly the way out of the fly-bottle.” ~ Shakespeare, Love’s Labour’s Lost Paraphrasing Wittgenstein, we can say that the aim of the Resurrection is to show us the way out of the places in which we are trapped, from the existential bottles we have managed […]

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8 Bible Verses That Remind Us How Much God Loves Us

8 Bible Verses That Remind Us How Much God Loves Us

Infographic: 8 Bible verses that remind us how much God loves us     15 Catholic Bible Verses You Can Easily Memorize 8 Bible Verses That Inspire Kids To Be Brave “When You Realize The Power Of Your Bible” | A Must Watch Video   Related content: 15 Bible Verses Catholics Can Memorize 8 Bible […]

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“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...

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“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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