Visual Guide On How To Make A Good Confession

Visual Guide On How To Make A Good Confession

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The Difference Between Forgiveness And Reconciliation For Catholics

Forgiveness is so hard, but why? Often, the desire for an eye for an eye overwhelms us, we want the person who hurt us to receive justice and be held accountable. But does holding on to the hurt and anger in fact accomplish our desire for justice? Fr. George shares how we can forgive someone […]

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St. Peter Claver’s Secrets To Evangelization

Yesterday, May 30, 1627, on the feast of the Most Holy Trinity, numerous blacks, brought from the rivers of Africa, disembarked from a large ship. Carrying two baskets of oranges, lemons, sweet biscuits, and I know not what else, we hurried toward them. When we approached their quarters, we thought we were entering another Guinea. […]

To Love And Forgive As God Does | Pope Francis Quote

To Love And Forgive As God Does | Pope Francis Quote

To love and forgive as God does Everyone experiences the dark night of the sinner”, but Jesus “has an embrace” for us all. the night envelops Judas, it also envelops his heart. It is the worst kind of night, the “night of the corrupt”, a “definitive night, when the heart has closed in on itself” […]

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Sin Is A Wound; Repentance Is A Medicine

Do not be ashamed to enter again into the Church. Be ashamed when you sin. Do not be ashamed when you repent. Pay attention to what the devil did to you. These are two things: sin and repentance. Sin is a wound; repentance is a medicine. Just as there are for the body wounds and […]

This Is The Mercy Of God | Pope Francis Quote

This Is The Mercy Of God | Pope Francis Quote

    This is the mercy of God, Pope Francis “So, there are two key words. The first is forgiveness: if we do not learn to forgive one another, we will always be at war. As the Lord has forgiven you, so should you do. But if you do not know how to forgive, you […]

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Visual Guide On How To Make A Good Confession

Visual Guide On How To Make A Good Confession

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How Does A Priest Determine Penance?

Father George answers the question one viewer asked, “How a priest determines penance?” in this episode of Ask A Priest Live. Have ever wondered why you received a certain penance? Father provides insight into the formation of priests on giving penance. Father George discusses why priests give penances in the Sacrament of Reconciliation and the […]

St. John Paul II Quote Forgiveness

The Choice To Forgive | St. John Paul II

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Fr. George’s Advice For Making An Examination of Conscience

Fr. George discusses how to do an examination of conscience to prepare for Confession and how to do an easy daily examen. It can be hard to translate our examination of conscience and share it with a priest to have a good confession. These tips and Catholic resources will help! How To Do An Examination […]

St. Joseph, patron of the dying, we beseech thee, hear us. Obtain for him (her) forgiveness .. | St. Joseph Litany For A Dying Person

How Rules Allow For Joy And Wonder

Those countries in Europe which are still influenced by priests, are exactly the countries where there is still singing and dancing and coloured dresses and art in the open-air… – G.K. Chesterton Related content: Why Growing Up with Relativism Has Millennials Searching for New Rules for Life Chris Pratt Preaches The Gospel On MTV With […]

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4 Life Lessons From Mother Church

4 Life Lessons From Mother Church     More Resources On The Catholic Church Related content: Litany Of Trust | Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, Sister of Life What Are The 7 Pillars Of The Spiritual Life? Mother Teresa’s Prayer For Times Of Distress ‘Behold Your Mother’: How Coronavirus Is Turning The Church Towards Mary 10 […]

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Why Do Catholics Confess Sins To A Priest?

Why do Catholics confess sins to a priest? What is the difference between a mortal and venial sin? Why do we need a priest for Confession when Jesus knows we are sorry? Is Confession in the Bible? We have these answers and more in this video. Why Do Catholics Confess Sins To A Priest? “Confession […]

What To Do While Waiting In Line For Confession

What To Do While Waiting In Line For Confession

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God Is Merciful Even When He Punishes | EVANGELIUM VITAE

And yet God, who is always merciful even when he punishes, “put a mark on Cain, lest any who came upon him should kill him” (Gen 4:15). He thus gave him a distinctive sign, not to condemn him to the hatred of others, but to protect and defend him from those wishing to kill him, […]

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5 Things Even Devout Catholics Can Do To Go Deeper In Discipleship

As Catholics, we have a desire to know the Lord, to deepen our relationship with God. To somehow invite Jesus Christ, who pursues us each personally, into every part of our lives.  I give you a new commandment: love one another. As I have loved you, so you also should love one another. This is […]

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The Catholic pillars for education according to St. John Bosco...Confession, Communion, Daily Mass. Are you doing these things?

The Pillars Of Catholic Education | St. John Bosco

Confession | Communion | Daily Mass Over 115 Of The Best Catholic Gifts For 2021 + GIVEAWAYS! Related content: 5 Amazing Quotes From St. John Bosco St. John Bosco’s Spiritual Goals For A New Year Enjoy Yourself Without Sin | St. John Bosco Quote A Catholic’s December To Do List What Are The 7 Pillars […]

The Main Difference Between Peter and Judas

Both Peter and Judas were apostles, they both betrayed Jesus, but why is one held in such high esteem, and the other…not? Check out this Youtube video to hear Katie Taylor talk about the main difference between Peter and Judas, how we interpret God’s reaction to our sin, and how to do a daily examen. […]

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This Sacrament Improves Mental Health…Here’s Why

Gospel of Luke 20:27-38 Some Sadducees, those who deny that there is a resurrection,came forward and put this question to Jesus, saying,“Teacher, Moses wrote for us,If someone’s brother dies leaving a wife but no child,his brother must take the wifeand raise up descendants for his brother.Now there were seven brothers;the first married a woman but […]

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An Examination Of Conscience For Fathers

An Examination Of Conscience For Fathers

An examination of conscience is a tool that is used when preparing for making a good Confession. This tool can also be used at any time of day, but can be especially fruitful at nighttime, looking back over the day. The father is the priest of his domestic Church. He is the head of the […]

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The Holy Souls In Purgatory – Our Allies In The Afterlife

The word Purgatory comes from the Greek root πῦρ (“pur”) which means both “fire” and “pure.” This is a fitting description, as the fires of Purgatory, rather than destroying like the fires of Hell, instead purify. Purgatory is where we expiate for the pain due to mortal sins that have been forgiven through the sacrament […]

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Divine Mercy Sunday Is Good For Your Mental Health

Gospel of John 20:19-31 On the evening of that first day of the week,when the doors were locked, where the disciples were,for fear of the Jews,Jesus came and stood in their midstand said to them, “Peace be with you.”When he had said this, he showed them his hands and his side.The disciples rejoiced when they […]

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There will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous people who have no need of repentance. Luke 15:7

More Joy In Heaven | Luke 15:7

“I tell you, in just the same way there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous people who have no need of repentance.” Luke 15:7 Why Should We Confess Our Sins to a Priest? Why we confess our sins to a priest? What is a mortal vs […]

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How To Forgive Someone Who Hurt You

How To Forgive The Person Who Hurt You

Forgiveness is so hard, but why? Often, the desire for an eye for an eye overwhelms us, we want the person who hurt us to receive justice and be held accountable. But does holding on to the hurt and anger in fact accomplish our desire for justice? Again and again, I see that when I […]

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Is sin really a big deal? Find out what sin is and how it impacts that spiritual life. We will briefly define sin and then discuss its effect

What Is Sin And What Are Its Effects?

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Confession: Ancient, Apostolic, And Thoroughly Christian

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Pope Francis’ Prayer Intentions For 2023

Praying for the Pope's intentions is an important part of our Catholic faith. It is a way for us to show our respect and appreciation for the Pope's leadership and his commitment to the Church. Praying for the Pope's intentions allows us to express our devotion to the...

Epiphany Home Blessing And Prayer Service 2023

Epiphany Home Blessing And Prayer Service 2023

Blessing of the Home on the Feast of the Epiphany When all have gathered, a suitable song may be sung. The leader makes the sign of the cross, and all reply, “Amen.”The leader greets those present in the following words: Let us praise God, who fills our hearts and...

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Dorthy Day’s Advent Advice

https://catholic-link.org/advent-2022-the-best-catholic-resources/ In solitude Christ speaks to the heart, as a modest lover who embraces not His beloved before all the world.”In silence we hear so much that is beautiful. The other day I saw a young mother who said,...

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