The Cross Of Jesus: 5 Quotes From The Saints

The Cross Of Jesus: 5 Quotes From The Saints

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How to Help a Friend Who is Mourning

“Without God, the Cross crushes us; with God, it redeems and saves us” (John Paul II). Perhaps something similar can be said of a friend, a presence by our side that brings a little light into our darkness. How to be that friend? How to be Christ to someone when he or she is suffering? […]

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A Beautiful Sonnet Attributed To The Saints

A Beautiful Sonnet Attributed To The Saints

A Beautiful Sonnet Attributed To The Saints A beautiful sonnet has been attributed to many saints such as St. John of the Cross and St. Teresa of Avila: “I am not moved to love you, Lord, By promises of paradise; Nor does the hell that terrifies Move me to want to sin no more. You […]

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Do You Look Forward To Trials And Crosses With Fear? | St. Francis de Sales

Do not look forward to the trials and crosses of this life and fear. Rather, look to them with full confidence that, as they arise, God, to whom you belong, will deliver you from them. He has guided and guarded you this far in life. Do you but hold fast to His hand, and he […]

God's plan Why is God doing this to me? His plan for my life just doesn't make sense. Why would He want pain, suffering, and heartache for me?

5 Things To Do When God’s Plan For You Doesn’t Make Sense

There are times when life just doesn’t make sense at all. It’s a total mystery why God would ask us to go through trials, tragedies, and suffering. During these dark seasons of life, it can be tempting to turn to despair and become angry with God and His plan for our lives. But turning away […]

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The Worst Prison Would Be A Closed Heart | St. John Paul II

The Worst Prison Would Be A Closed Heart | St. John Paul II

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The Stabat Mater: A Prayer for Our Times

At, the Cross her station keeping, stood the mournful Mother weeping, close to Jesus to the last. Through her heart, His sorrow sharing, all His bitter anguish bearing, now at length the sword has passed. O how sad and sore distressed was that Mother, highly blest, of the sole-begotten One. Christ above in torment hangs, […]

How Refugees, A Carpenter, And The British Museum Will Teach You About Using Your Gifts

How Refugees, A Carpenter, And The British Museum Will Teach You About Using Your Gifts

The British Museum, located in the heart of London, is home to more than 8 million objects of international historic and social importance. However, this story begins more than 1500 miles away from London,  on the Italian island of Lampedusa. In 2013, on October 3rd, a boat containing 500 refugees sank off the coast of […]

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The Lord heals the brokenhearted

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Catholic Quote When We Walk With God | Catholic-Link.org

When We Walk With God | Catholic-Link.org

When We Walk With God | Catholic-Link.org More Catholic Faith Resources Related content: Life With God According To C.S. Lewis | Catholic-Link.org Our Problems Are Never Bigger Than The Lord | Catholic-Link.org I’m Nothing Without God | Catholic-Link.org To Love Someone Means To See Them As God Intended Them | Catholic-Link.org God’s Mercy Is Endless […]

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Healing Means Taking Our Pain Out Of Diabolic Isolation

I realized that healing begins with our taking our pain out of its diabolic isolation and seeing that whatever we suffer, we suffer it in communion with all of humanity, and yes, all of creation. In so doing, we become participants in the great battle against the powers of darkness. Our little lives participate in […]

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Pope’s Intentions For 2022

Pope’s Intentions For 2022

What does Pope Francis want us to pray for in 2022? Here is a list of the Holy Father's monthly intentions for this year! Pope's Intentions For 2022 These prayers were found on the USCCB's website HERE. Learn more about how to pray with Pope Francis HERE.

What Is Internal Peace?

What Is Internal Peace?

Interior peace is of two kinds: one in the heart or will and the other in the mind or intellect. They are closely connected but they are not the same. Peace of heart for the believing Christian is the absence of conflict between his will and that of others and...

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