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A Student’s Prayer By St. Thomas Aquinas

Come, Holy Spirit, Divine Creator, true source of light and fountain of wisdom! Pour forth your brilliance upon my dense intellect, dissipate the darkness which covers me, that of sin and of ignorance. Grant me a penetrating mind to understand, a retentive memory, method and ease in learning, the lucidity to comprehend, and abundant grace […]

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Can Married People Become Saints?

Recently I read an account of a martyr who was not an ordained religious. The author began the reflection by saying that this saint helps us to keep in mind that sainthood is possible in all states of life. While this statement is true and supplies hope and encouragement for those of us who aren’t […]

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Why Should You Get Your Baby Baptized? 7 Important Reasons

Why is it so important to get your baby baptized? From the moment of conception, parents begin to experience all of the emotions that come with welcoming a new life into this world. Though there is plenty of joy and excitement, there can also be feelings of uncertainty and fear. Almost immediately new parents feel […]

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Can Moms Volunteer? 9 Tips To Make It Work

Volunteering is incredibly beneficial to our spiritual growth. Serving in the community provides opportunities to focus on the needs of others, challenges us in new ways, develops virtues, and encourages us to pray more. But, once you become a mom, isn’t your family your ministry? Yes! Your vocation as a wife and a mother will […]

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10 Things You Can Do When You Love Your Family…But They Drive You Crazy During the Holidays

Do any of these words describe your family : Aggravating, Irritating, Dysfunctional, Crazy, Weird?  I’m betting that most of us can circle one that fits at least some of the time. “We put the ‘fun’ in dysfunctional” is a popular saying around this time of year.  Truth be told, it would be difficult to find […]

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5 Things Catholic Parents In Today’s World Must Be Mindful Of

5 Things Parents In Today’s World Must Be Mindful Of

Being Catholic in today’s world is difficult. Being a parent in today’s world is, arguably, even more difficult. Parenthood is a great gift from God. Children are an absolute joy. The responsibility, though, is overwhelming at times. There are so many things of which to be mindful. In this short post, I would like to […]

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How To Explain The 7 Sacraments Without Boring Your Children Catholic

How To Explain The 7 Sacraments Without Boring Your Children

Don’t know how to start explaining the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church to your son or daughter? Are you lacking material for your church’s catechesis program? Is it sometimes a bit complicated for you? Don’t worry. Through this article, we’ll help you find the right words to help children understand these gifts of the faith.  […]

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Before You Act, Imagine Jesus

Before you act imagine Jesus Related content: If Jesus Turned Water Into Wine, Imagine What He’ll Do With You! Incredible Piano Concert On A Frozen Lake Is An Act Of Prayer 25 Names Of Jesus To Use In Prayer This Christmas Act of Faith, Act of Hope, Act of Love A Single Act of Love […]

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What Is The Miraculous Medal?

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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