On The Day Of Love, Is Love Loved?

On The Day Of Love, Is Love Loved?

On the day of love, is Love loved?

More Catholic Resources On Love

A Beautiful Lesson on Unconditional Love from a Couple that Lives It

“What is Love” is a video produced by CVCNow, a group that offers creative short films, designed to entertain and challenge your thinking about real life. They are hoping to bring a “much needed positive presence online and bring a fresh new perspective on real life struggles.” The video expresses the beauty and happiness that can […]

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Alzheimers

God’s Gift: How a Mother’s Love Conquers Alzheimer’s

 suppose that when Kelly Gunderson put “God’s Gift” as the title of this video she was referring to the very special moment when her Grandmother remembered who she was, expressing how much she loved her. It was indeed a gift that is rare in the life of a family struggling with the illness of  Alzheimer’s. […]

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inside out

Have You Seen Pixar’s Inside Out? 5 Points to Talk About After the Movie

Inside Out is the newest release from Pixar Animation Studios and Disney. We know the Pixar brand’s penchant for entertaining both children and adults, alike (Up, Monsters Inc, and Cars just to name a few), and they have certainly lived up to their reputation this time around. Inside Out is packed with emotional ups and […]

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Love Stories

Does God intervene in Love Stories? (A Providential Animation)

God’s ways are always surprising. You don’t need to be overly pious to realize how reality is like a fine piece of cloth, knitted together by God. I am not one to see signs of God in absolutely everything that happens. I say this because just recently I have had the opportunity to witness one of these […]

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speaking witness

Witness: 7 Reasons to Keep Speaking About Your Catholic Faith When People Don’t Seem to Care

Here’s a battle I sometimes fight with myself: vacillating between exuberant repetitiveness about my faith, my conversion, how amazing God is, how I wish everyone I love would convert (for their own well-being and happiness!), how I wish every Catholic in the pews on Sunday (or all those who don’t really make it every Sunday) […]

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4 Great Spiritual Lessons In Ecological Stewardship

What The Wolves In Yellowstone Taught Me About Grace

This beautiful, enlightening mini-documentary from Sustainable Human provides rich food for thought to us as Catholics. The video describes the “trophic cascade” that occurred when wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in 1995. “How Wolves Change Rivers”? – it catches us by surprise because we rarely consider “tumbling” causal chains of effect. We hear […]

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Infographic: 10 Important Tips for Married Couples

10 Important Tips For Married Couples

This post is not an article, but a part of our gallery of images. You can share this image in your social media or you can click the “Download” button and send it to your friends. We only ask you to share it in its original version, without editing it. Happy evangelization! 5 Ways To […]

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Catholic Social Teaching: What It Is and Why It Is so Important!

In this first part of a two-part series on Catholic Social Teaching, we explore the seven main themes. This is a bird’s eye view of Catholic Social Teaching and only begins to scratch the surface. The Heart of Christ The social teaching of the Church is a rich treasury of the heart of Christ. As […]

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catholic pornography addiction

How To Quit Pornography…From Someone Who Has Been There

Three years ago, today, I published a blog about my personal struggle with pornography. Before that day, I had never spoken openly about porn, it was very much a secret problem that had been eating me up for years. More than anything else I have ever written, I look back on that piece from 2017 […]

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Even Adults Can Be the Object of Bullying

Bullying doesn’t always end with childhood. From the workplace to family life, you may encounter and adult bully. How often do we sacrifice the dignity and esteem of the person for a mere flicker of artificial laughter, one that brings only darkness afterwords? To accept Christ’s call to be apostles means that the focus of […]

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