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Is It AI (Artificial Intelligence) Or A Verse From The Bible? Take our QUIZ!

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn In this digital age, where information is readily accessible at our fingertips, we are faced with a new challenge: discerning the truth amidst the vast sea of online content. As a Catholic, our faith calls us to seek truth and embrace it. However, we must recognize that the rise of […]

How do you learn to hear God's voice? Start with these practical tips and suggestions and remain open to what the Holy Spirit has for you

How To Hear God’s Voice When Life Is Busy

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn As human beings, we all long for a deeper connection with God. We want to hear His voice, feel His presence, and know that He is with us in our daily lives. But how can we achieve this? How can we hear God’s voice amidst the noise and chaos of […]

The Bible is “living and active” and it can improve your life by reading it as a Catholic. Use these tips to help you understand scripture.

How A Stuffed Animal Taught Me To Read My Bible

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Did you ever have that toy as a child that you took wherever you went? Mine was a stuffed monkey named Mooch.  I don’t know why it was my favorite, but I brought him everywhere for years until I lost it. Needless to say I was a nervous wreck for […]

When I was a Catholic youth minister there was a glaring hole in Scriptural resources for youth, so I was forced to create my Bible studies

The First Text Message: 5 Ways To Engage Youth With Scripture

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn I had fifty eyes glaring back at me with exhaustion and boredom. It was my first foray into a Catholic middle school classroom as a guest teacher for religion. I was twenty-one years old, relatively “hip” by preadolescent standards, and one week on the job as a new parish youth […]

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Have The Patience Of The Sower | Matthew 13 Reflection

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Gospel of Matthew 13:1-23 On that day, Jesus went out of the house and sat down by the sea.Such large crowds gathered around himthat he got into a boat and sat down,and the whole crowd stood along the shore.And he spoke to them at length in parables, saying:“A sower went […]

What is a digital small group? Why would a Catholic want to join one? Here are five reasons to help you considering being part of a digital

One Way Technology Will Benefit The Catholic Church

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Technology has significantly impacted how people communicate and connect and it will continue to do so in the future. The Catholic Church is not immune to this change, and it has embraced using digital platforms to reach out to its followers. One effective way the Catholic Church can use technology […]

In this Gospel from Matthew we learn a powerful lesson of forgiveness that is good for our our spiritual and mental well-being.

A Powerful Lesson Of Forgiveness Found In The Gospel Of Matthew 18:21-35

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The Parable of the Unmerciful Servant Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother or sister who sins against me? Up to seven times?” Jesus answered, “I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times. “Therefore, the kingdom of heaven is like a king who […]

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Christifideles Laici – Join Us As We Study This Important Apostolic Exhortation

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn We are all familiar with the dynamics of being part of a family. There are moments of joy and occasional misunderstandings. Some may feel burdened with the majority of responsibilities, while others may feel overlooked and unable to contribute their skills. There are times of distance, but also joyful reunions […]

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Advent Book Study – Join Catholic-Link For A Digital Small Group!

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn I must admit, that patience is not a virtue that comes easily to me. Waiting for something, whether it’s a package from Amazon or standing in line at the grocery store, tends to frustrate me. Even sitting in traffic on the highway can test my patience to its limits. Waiting […]

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What St. John The Baptist Teaches Us About Expectations | Catholic Bible Study

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn This is what John the Baptist proclaimed: “One mightier than I is coming after me.I am not worthy to stoop and loosen the thongs of his sandals.I have baptized you with water; he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit.” It happened in those days that Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and […]

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What Will You Leave Behind To Follow Jesus? | Gospel Reflection

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Gospel of Mark 1:14-20 After John had been arrested,Jesus came to Galilee proclaiming the gospel of God:“This is the time of fulfillment.The kingdom of God is at hand.Repent, and believe in the gospel.” As he passed by the Sea of Galilee,he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting their nets […]

Ever wondered about the questions Jesus asked? Find all of His questions from the Gospel of Matthew on this list. Use them to pray!

The Questions Jesus Asks Us In The Gospel Of Matthew

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The Word of God is living and effective (Hebrews 4:12)! That means God is speaking to you through Scripture right now. The questions Jesus asked back then are relevant to you today. He’s not just asking Peter or Paul or the Pharisees these questions; in some way, He is also […]

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Join A Catholic Online Small Group On Prayer: Oremus

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Oremus: A Guide to Catholic Prayer teaches you the essentials of an effective and fruitful prayer life. Over the course of eight weeks you will discover how to place yourself in the presence of God. Following the wisdom of the saints and the Tradition of the Church, you will learn […]

Why is Mary referred to as the Queen Mother? The Queen Mother had a particular role in the Jewish world and that meaning is elevated

The Old Testament And Mary, The Mother Of The Messiah 

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn On the path that led to the Old Testament  Although I am now a joyfully practicing Catholic, for nearly thirty years of my adult life, I lived as an evangelical Protestant.  It was during those years that love of Scripture became the engine of my spiritual life.  I learned how […]

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How The Letter Of Saint James Guides Your Speech (And Heart)

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The Sacred Scriptures contain truth and wisdom from God. These truths are eternal and ever relevant— and practical. When you live in accordance with the Word of God everything in your life is ordered. This doesn’t mean you will be free of struggles and suffering. However, you will experience an […]

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Catholic Resources For Discipleship And Small Groups

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Discipleship is key to evangelization. As Fr. George puts it, “Mass is where the meat is” and oftentimes this is a hard place for people to START their relationship with God. As a result, we need to be inviting people into a relationship with Christ and helping build their spiritual […]

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5 Reasons To Read The Word Of God Daily 

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The Bible has undergone something of a revival in recent years. The Canadian psychologist, Jordan Peterson, drew global appeal with his lengthy YouTube commentaries on the book of Genesis. Fr. Mike Schmitz’s ‘Bible in a Year’ podcast maintained over 400,000 daily listeners throughout 2021. And recent studies show that a […]

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What Do Catholics Need To Know About Reading The Bible?

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn What is the Bible? What is the Bible? Where did it come from? The Bible is not one book. It is a library. It is 73 books consisting of various literary genres. There is history, romance, poetry, inspiration, drama, and so much more. In every single page, we believe that […]

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30 Things Catholics Need For Spiritual Survival

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Pray The Gospels In 30 Days? Here’s How It’s Possible…

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn 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 from the true stories of Christ’s life here on earth. To really understand the faith, it’s essential that we read […]

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Why Journal Your Prayer Time?

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Whether you prefer morning, afternoon, or evening prayer time, keeping a journal along with your spiritual reading offers many benefits. Drew and Katie Taylor recently sat down with Kelly Wahlquist and Allison Gingras from WINE: Women in the New Evangelization to discuss the power of journaling and their new daily […]

Seeing The Eucharist On Every Page Of The Bible

Discovering The Eucharist On Every Page Of The Bible

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn “Parousia: The Bible and the Mass” We are proud to share with you a phenomenal Bible study series at the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology called “Parousia: The Bible and the Mass” hosted by Dr. Scott Hahn. Beautifully presented, impeccably edited, with masterful cinematography, we cannot recommend this study […]

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Do Smartphones Promote Dumb Disciples? Mark 4: 26-34

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Groceries such as Whole Foods online are instantaneous. Gardens are not. Gardens are progressive. We scatter seeds and as we sleep they sprout and grow. Groceries market the obvious by deploying dye or colored lights to make produce more noticeable. Gardens do not. Most of us, as in Jesus’ day, […]

A Guided Advent Meditation On Scripture And Experience

A Guided Advent Meditation On Scripture And Experience

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn God come to my assistance, Lord make haste to help me. As I enter into prayer today, I will take a moment to acknowledge where I am in my physical and emotional space. I offer any suffering to Jesus through Mary’s Immaculate Heart. Lord come into my heart and mind […]

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What Catholics Should Look For When Buying A Bible

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn What is the Bible? Before we can really answer the question of which Bible to buy, we have to investigate a bigger question: “What is the Bible?” The Bible is more of a library than it is one book. It contains seventy-three books of various literary genres. In the Bible, […]


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 O most holy Heart of Jesus, fountain of every blessing, I adore You, I love You, and with a lively sorrow for my sins, I offer You this poor heart of mine. Make me humble, patient, pure, and wholly obedient to Your will. Grant, good Jesus, that I may live in You and...

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