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 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). […]

My First Month As A Priest

I was ordained a Catholic priest for the Diocese of Rockford on June 1st, 2019. Since then, I have been able to celebrate over sixty masses, anoint several people, preside over a couple of funerals, and baptize one child. I also attended two friend’s ordination to the priesthood in Madison, Wisconsin, and Wishaw, Scotland. While […]

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“I killed a human being.” – A Mother Reflects On Her Abortion

When I found this video, I couldn’t help but be impressed. The first thing that I thought about was the courage of this young girl, the pain in her eyes, and the directness and clarity with which she conveyed her message. It is a message that, I believe, will save many lives. For this, I […]

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The Greatest Service Man Can Offer God

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

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4 Ways to Promote Priestly Vocations in Your Parish

Being a seminarian, I’m surrounded by other seminarians and I’ve heard a variety of vocation stories. What always amazes me is how the Lord calls each man differently to the priesthood. Some felt urged to explore this vocation through promptings from the Holy Spirit, others heard the Lord while in adoration before the Blessed Sacrament, […]

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Mark Wahlberg Prays God Will Forgive Him For His Past Movie Roles

Catholic-Link has written a few posts on Mark Wahlberg and his conversion to Catholicism, but each time we share them we undoubtedly get comments about his past movie roles. The actor has starred in films that don’t align with his Catholic moral values, such as his role as a porn star in “Boogie Nights.” “I […]

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7 Characteristics Every Man Called To The Priesthood Has

7 Characteristics Every Man Called To The Priesthood Has

In my life I’ve listened to diverse opinions about what candidates for the priesthood should be like, how they should behave before entering the seminary and how they should lead an impeccable life. Many people believe that those men who feel the call of God to the priesthood have never missed Mass, that they know […]

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Running from God, Looking for Happiness in the Temptations

When faced with temptations, do you run towards God or away from Him? “I fled him, down the nights and down the days. I fled him, down the arches of the years. I fled him, down the labyrinthine ways of my own mind and in the midst of tears. I hid from him…” This short […]

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Paul, Apostle Of Christ, The Heart Of The Story

Ever think of St. Paul and said to yourself, “I could never be like him…”? “Paul, the Apostle of Christ: the Heart of the Story” looks to prove you wrong: no one is beyond God’s grace. The people that go out and watch this are going to say: Wow! They were sinners just like me. […]

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“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." - Matthew 5:3 The Gospels are the first four books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These books teach us facts about Jesus’ life and share valuable lessons we can learn...

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