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Dear Coach…| A Letter To Catholic Youth Coaches

I hope this finds you well. Before we get into the particulars, please allow me to take a brief moment to simply affirm you … right here, right now. Thank you for stepping up to coach. It often goes unrecognized but to coach means to make a decision: to lead others, to foster relationships, to […]

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5 Catholic Women We Should Be Talking About More Often

First things first. When I embarked on the quest to find Catholic women, who are not saints or blesseds, I was prepared for surprises. Many of us know our holy and inspiring women saints (Saint Catherine of Sienna, Saint Rita, Saint Therese, Saint Edith Stein… I could go on and on), and some of us […]

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5 Things Catholics Should Look For In A Mentor

Mentors have been an instrumental part of my life. While I was in high school, the college advisor did little to motivate me to pursue the first college of my choice. It was Helen who guided me through the process that ultimately helped me get accepted. After college, between job transitions, it was Rudy who […]

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What Would The Saints Say To Will Smith And Chris Rock?

Even if you didn’t watch the Oscars, you’ve likely seen all over social media what occurred between Chris Rock, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Will Smith. An offensive joke was told at the expense of Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband retaliated by walking on stage to slap Chris Rock and then proceeded to cuss him […]

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“If Families Aren’t Going To Mass, Your Catholic School Is Failing.”

This is an alarming statement – adding another level of responsibility on schools, especially in today’s society. But Catholic schools can and should influence Mass attendance! As we know today, many Catholic school students aren’t experiencing the Church as a family unit. Let’s consider why, and offer some solutions. Data confirms that members of a […]

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6 Social Graces Every Modern Gentleman Should Know

Ideals of gentlemanly behavior have undergone quite a revival lately – in articles, videos, and guidebooks, which continue to issue forth from the presses and Internet. Much of the advice is obvious.  A gentleman should be respectful and courteous but also strong.  He should know the basics of proper grooming, dress, table manners, and behavior […]

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An Inside Look At How The Knights Of The Holy Eucharist Encourage Individual Spirituality

Related content: 4 Saints Of The Holy Eucharist Have But One Eucharist | St. Ignatius of Antioch 8 Bible Verses To Encourage Your Marriage Discovering The Eucharist On Every Page Of The Bible This Order Founded By Mother Angelica Is Calling Young Men To Become Saints Old Guys In Funny Outfits? NO! The Righteous Origins […]

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This Is The Saying Every Catholic Parish Needs To Stop Using

“We’ve always done it that way.” Now is the time for the Catholic Church to stop using this as an excuse. Why? In parishes across the world, efficiency and comfort have stifled creativity. Instead of innovation, we’ve opted for convenience. Instead of finding new ways to effectively outreach, engage others, and bring people to know […]

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4 Olympic Athletes Who Ask The Blessed Mother For Help

By now, you’ve probably been drawn into the competition, the passion, and the excitement of the Summer Olympics taking place in Toyko. The athletes are an inspiration to all as they give everything they have to the sport that they have spent many hours perfecting. Most of these men and women depend on trainers, coaches, […]

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What’s Wrong With Manliness In Today’s Culture?

Depending where you look, and who you listen to, the current state of manliness seems pretty bleak. Are authentically masculine men still a thing? Has manliness changed? In a recent video, Dave DiNuzzo of TrueManhood Catholic Men’s Ministry and Drew Taylor of To The Heights and sat down to discuss. What is Manliness? Manliness […]


Meet Venerable Jan Tyranowski: An Ordinary Man With An Extraordinary Impact

In the early 1940s, the Nazis dominated many countries in central Europe. And they were not neutral toward religion. They sought to destroy the Catholic Church, sending thousands of priests and religious to concentration camps, silencing any opposition from religious leaders, prohibiting most public expressions of faith and outlawing education in the Christian life. The goal […]

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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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Welcoming Them Home: 7 Tips For Churches To Reengage Parishioners

I remember the first Mass I attended after COVID-19 caused lockdowns countrywide and cut off access to the sacraments. I hadn’t been to Mass in more than two months, and I craved the Eucharist more than anything else I’d lost during the pandemic. The Mass was going to be outdoors, and I arrived super early […]

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“Like Son” | A Short Film on Catholic Fatherhood

Before diving in to my reflection, I invite you to please watch this short film (2 minutes, 40 seconds) produced by Blackstone Films. It is a fantastic message for Catholic fathers about their importance from  Like Son The About section of Strong Catholic Dad reads: “Strong Catholic Dad exists to help fathers lead their […]

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What The Saints Had To Say About St. Joseph

St. Joseph was a man of few words. Well, at least as it was recorded in the Bible! But, we can learn a lot about St. Joseph from those who studied his ways and had divine inspirations about his character. Saint Quotes About St. Joseph “Though thou hast recourse to many saints as thine intercessors, […]



How in the world do you help someone get to the point where they can confidently say they know Jesus? Like truly, authentically know Him? All year, I’ve asked the students I walk with in discipleship whether or not they know Jesus. Like truly, on an intimate level. They usually hesitate and admit “I don’t […]

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St. Joseph’s Seven Joys

Pope Francis has announced that this year (from December 8, 2020 to December 8, 2021) will be the Year of St. Joseph. The Holy Father explained why he made this decree in his Apostolic Letter PATRIS CORDE. “Now, one hundred and fifty years after his proclamation as Patron of the Catholic Church by Blessed Pius IX (8 December 1870), I would […]

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The Summer Job That Changed My Life – And Can Change Yours Too!

Imagine with me for a second: You’re standing on top of a 30-foot cliff, about to jump into a level 3 white-water rapid in Colorado…you hold the instructor’s hand as he attempts to console you…“just walk straight forward, pull your feet together as you fall, just take a few steps…” Sweating, you grip his hand […]

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All The Resources You Need For The Feast Of St. Joseph

Are you ready to celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph on March 19? Last year was the Year of St. Joseph. The Holy Father explained why he made this decree in his Apostolic Letter PATRIS CORDE. “Now, one hundred and fifty years after his proclamation as Patron of the Catholic Church by Blessed Pius IX (8 December 1870), I […]

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3 Key Steps To Running A Spiritual Marathon

Does becoming a saint seem like running a marathon? In our newest video, we talk with Father Conrad Murphy about how the race we are running is a long one, with many highs and lows but this marathon will result in an accomplishment we can not fully imagine. We are learning to “Run as if […]

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Seriously. How Do I Pray With Scripture?

When I think of prayer, I often picture myself sitting there, asking for answers, waiting, and trying to hear or see a reply. Or maybe I am on the run and throw out a quick thank you, help me with x please, or a prayer for a friend’s request. But in reality, what every spiritual […]

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Catholic Gifts For Men: Dad, Brothers, Uncles, Priests!

These are some of our favorite Catholic gifts for the men in your life. Priests, grandpas, brothers…they are all bound to love this incredible collection of Catholic Men’s Gifts. Give a gift that will lead those you love closer to Christ and support these amazing Catholic businesses. Catholic Gifts For Men (Updated!) Monk Sauce Habanero […]

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How To Seek Truth In Our Day And Age

To find truth we have to be willing to train the intellect: Neither Drew, nor I grew up as strong practicing Catholics. We did not have Bibles in our childhood homes, night prayers, or a relationship with Jesus in our youth. But we both grew up in homes that valued learning, and this cultivated a […]

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Catholic Alternatives To The Girls Scouts

The Trouble With Girl Scouts I used to love Girl Scout cookies. My favorites were the tagalongs and the trefoils. When entering the grocery store and having those cute kids ask you if you would like to buy cookies, it is hard to say no. And yet, I have for a few years now. Why […]

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Women Doctors Of The Church: St. Therese Of Lisieux

St. Therese of Lisieux | Doctor of the Church St. Therese of Lisieux was born on January 2, 1873, and died on September 30, 1897. St. Therese of Lisieux was a French Discalced Carmelite nun, the same order founded by St. Teresa of Avila. Her religious name is St. Therese of the Child Jesus and […]



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Holy Week To-Do List Go to Confession. Forgive people. Help others. Clean your house and your mind. Spend time in silence reflecting on the sacrifice Christ made for you. Stay strong in your Lenten fast. Learn about Holy Thursday. Learn about Good Friday. Learn about...

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