Sometimes The Lord Knocks Us Off Our Horse Like St. Paul

 

Sometimes The Lord Knocks Us Off Our Horse Like St. Paul

 

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The Secret To Receiving A Crown Of Glory By St. Louis De Montfort

If you say the Rosary faithfully until death, I do assure you that, in spite of the gravity of your sins you shall receive a never-fading crown of glory. Even if you are on the brink of damnation, even if you have one foot in hell, even if you have sold your soul to the […]

God Made Us Gardener's | St. Catherine of Siena Quote

God Made Us Gardener’s | St. Catherine of Siena Quote

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The More You Grow the More the Bible Grows with You

The bible was composed in such a way that as beginners mature, its meaning grows with them. – Confessions

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Once We Discover Christ, Only He Can Satiate Our Thirst For Beauty

From this point, nothing else seems lovely to me, but I have turned away from all things that were thought noble before. My judgment of what is noble no longer errs so as to deem anything lovely besides you: not human approval, not glory, not celebrity, not worldly power. For these things are tinged with […]

Belatedly I loved thee, O Beauty so ancient and so new!

“Belatedly I loved thee, O Beauty so ancient and so new, belatedly I loved thee. For see, thou wast within and I was without, and I sought thee out there. Unlovely, I rushed heedlessly among the lovely things thou hast made. Thou wast with me, but I was not with thee. These things kept me […]

In Spiritual Birth, We are Our Own Parents: It Depends on Our Decision

Here [in the spiritual realm] birth is not the result of intervention from outside, as happens with bodily creatures who reproduce in an external way. Spiritual birth is the result of free choice and we are thus, in a sense, our own parents, creating ourselves as we want to be, freely fashioning ourselves according to […]

The Lord Waits for Us To Respond Day By Day. Every Day is a Chance for Life

The Lord waits for us to respond day by day to his holy counsels by our actions. In fact the days of this life are given us as a respite to correct our errors, as the Apostle Paul says: ‘Do you not know that God’s kindness is meant to lead you to repentance?’ (Romans i..4). […]

St. Francis Rebuild My Church

Too Bitter To Look Upon Lepers?

When I was in my sins, it seemed a thing too bitter to look on lepers, and the Lord himself led me among them and I showed them mercy.  And when I left them, what had seemed bitter to me was changed into sweetness of mind and body. – St. Francis of Assisi

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Blossoming Demands Going Through Every Season

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Catholic quotes, infographics, memes and more resources for the New Evangelization. What if you try these every day? Give and give up

What If You Try These Every Day? Give And Give Up

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How To Convert A Generation

“Each generation is converted by the saint who contradicts it most.”

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60 Seconds: Conversion of St. Augustine

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The beauty of the Catholic Mass should be life changing. This is what the Mass does. It re-orders our desires. It empowers us to seek God

How The Beauty Of The Mass Saved Me

One of the great mysteries of life is understanding the motivations our own hearts. I can look at the sky, see the moon, and if it catches my fancy, look up all sorts of facts about it. I can know how big the moon is, what it’s made of, how far away, how fast it […]

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Mary’s Name Means Star Of The Sea

“Therefore a certain Star has risen for us today: Our Lady, Saint Mary. Her name means Star of the sea; no doubt the Star of this sea which is the world. Therefore, we ought to lift up our eyes to this Star that has appeared on earth today in order that she may lead us, […]

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The Greatest Service Man Can Offer God

What should I bring to Mass? This is a question converts and other Catholics usually ask...we have the answer today!

5 Things A Convert Always Brings To Catholic Mass

I tease that I grew up as a “Metho-byterian-ist of God” – I was baptized United Methodist, sang in a Presbyterian traveling youth choir, went to Wednesday night Bible study with my Baptist friends, and often visited an Assemblies of God church with a guy I dated. As crazy and disjointed as it may sound, […]

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4 Things Moms Of Altar Servers Think About During Mass

If you have a son or daughter who servers, it can be so hard to turn off “parent mode” and enter into the Mass. Here are some things that might cross your mind when your child is on the altar! What would you add to the list? 4 Things Moms Of Altar Servers Think About […]

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Prayer For Priests | St. Therese of Lisieux

O Jesus, I pray for your faithful and fervent priests; for your unfaithful and tepid priests; for your priests laboring at home or abroad in distant mission fields; for your tempted priests; for your lonely and desolate priests; for your young priests; for your dying priests; for the souls of your priests in purgatory. But […]

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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 […]

God is calling your Catholic child to be a saint. But how? Which vocations will He lead them to? Teaching your children to listen to God

3 Simple Ways To Help Children Learn About And Foster Vocations

God is calling your child to be a saint. But how? Which vocation will He lead them to? Teaching your children to listen to God’s call in their lives and uncover how He wants them to love and to serve Him in this world is a great gift. There are a few simple things we […]

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Advice for today's Catholic priests from a priest who has been there for 50 years! Don't miss this timeless wisdom

This Is What A Catholic Priest Of 50 Years Wants Today’s New Priests To Know

Fifty years is a lifetime for most people. Fifty years in the same profession is almost incomprehensible in the modern age. Priesthood, however, is not a career. It is a vocation, and one that a priest takes seriously. As a lifelong commitment, it is akin to marriage, and like a newlywed, a recently ordained priest […]

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How can a Catholic parent encourage their child in their vocation? This is the one question you need to ask yourself

The Question All Catholic Parents Need To Ask Themselves About Their Child’s Vocation

I was speaking with a friend of mine the other day and he asked me where my fourteen-year-old son was at with his discernment of the priesthood.  He wanted to know what I was doing to encourage him to be open to this vocation.  My initial response was….to cringe.  “What do you mean?” I thought.  […]

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003 Fr. Rob – History of the Priesthood with Fr. Joe Rampino

“The priesthood” is a big topic, but we are tackling it in this episode. Fr. Joe discusses the central question of, “Has the priesthood always been this way?” If it hasn’t, what are the essential things to the priesthood? All that and more!

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Fr. Rob – History of the Priesthood with Fr. Joe Rampino Part 3

Fr. Joe Rampino discusses the priesthood in the context of rural chapels.

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What is the next step when a man discerns out of seminary? It's not the end of your Catholic vocation and mission. Tips and inspiration!

What I Wish I Knew When I Left The Seminary

It was December 24th, 2019, and I was on my way to Rochester, Minnesota to serve at the Christmas Vigil Mass at our co-Cathedral for my Bishop, John Quinn. I showed up early to get things set up, but I was distracted like a teenage boy trying to clean his room. My mind and heart […]

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