On The Day Of Love, Is Love Loved?

On The Day Of Love, Is Love Loved?

On the day of love, is Love loved?

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Ridgway Gary What Made This Serial Killer Break Down In Just Minutes?

What Made This Serial Killer Break Down In Just Minutes?

How powerful is forgiveness? How far can God’s mercy reach? Are we called to forgive what seems to be unforgivable? Gary Ridgway was an American serial killer who was known as the Green River Killer. He was convicted of 49 murders but later confessed to nearly double that number. Part of Gary’s trial is shown […]

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Dear College Freshmen: College Is About More Than An Education

Dear College Freshmen: College Is About More Than An Education

As you begin this new chapter of your life, it is important to firmly root yourself in the faith. College is about much more than learning from professors and writing term papers. College is about more than an education. It’s about formation. College will be your first experience of living life by your own rules […]

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How Real (Catholic-Link) People Spend Valentine’s Day

Social media tends to give the false perception that Valentine’s Day is the day of the year in which every person on earth enjoys the most romantic date night ever with the person of his or her dreams. Though it would be nice for that to happen, it is simply not a reality. We wanted […]

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How To Go Beyond “I’ll Pray For You” – A Guide To Praying With Someone Spontaneously

People often ask us to pray for them, whether they’re facing challenges personally, at home, at work, or they’re battling a particular illness. The common practice is that we promise to pray for that person, putting it off to some point in the future (that, let’s be honest, doesn’t always occur). Instead, one thing we […]

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God Sends Us Friends To Help When We Struggle

God sends us friends to be our firm support in the whirlpool of struggle. In the company of friends we will find strength to attain our sublime ideal. St. Maximilian Kolbe *Amazon Affiliate links help our ministry at no additional cost to you! Thank you! Related content: How To Make Friends At Church The Struggle […]

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Christmas Gift Ideas For The Priest Or Seminarian In Your Life!

We always expect to see the priest at Mass, especially during the holidays. We watch the deacon assist during sacraments and parish life. We proudly acknowledge the hard work and preparation seminarians undergo for the future of the Church. But, what do we do for the men of the church to say thank you? First […]

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Infographic: The Best Diet For This New Year

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! ? 25 Names […]

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6 Reasons Your Parish Should Open Its Convent Buildings To Young Adults

Across America many Catholic convent buildings, which once housed a blessed surplus of religious sisters, are now standing underutilized and sometimes completely empty. The disuse of these buildings is expensive on our already cash-strapped parishes. On the other hand, there’s another set of problems: chilling statistics that show that our young people are becoming more […]

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Is Being Single A Vocation?

What is a state in life vs. what is a single vocation? Catholic singles often feel left out when the Church discusses vocations. This week Father George discusses what the difference is between being single as a vocation and being single as just a phase of life. Is Being Single A Vocation? Catholic singles can […]

Five Things Children Of Divorce Want The Church To Know

Five Things Children Of Divorce Want The Church To Know

Every year over a million children experience the divorce of their parents, and at least one-quarter of all young adults are children of divorce. And those numbers grow when you include people whose parents never married but later split up, or those whose parents divorce later in life (“gray divorce,” which is on the rise).  […]

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Have Mercy On Us And On The Whole World

Our hearts are heavy as we mourn the violence occurring throughout the world. We fervently pray for those who are grieving. “Eternal Father, I offer You the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Your dearly beloved Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, in atonement for our sins...

May 13: A Day Of Fasting And Praying The Rosary

May 13: A Day Of Fasting And Praying The Rosary

“In the midst of current tensions, we invite Catholics around the country to join us in fasting and praying the Rosary on Friday, May 13, the Memorial of Our Lady of Fatima. Let us offer our prayers and fasting for these intentions: For our nation, for the integrity...

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