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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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 Related content: […]

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 […]


How To Convert A Generation

“Each generation is converted by the saint who contradicts it most.” Related content: Advice For The Convert: 12 Things To Consider During The Conversion Process Does a “No Convert” Rule Work with Your Evangelical Friends? Think Family: how one generation loves, the next generation learns. We Now Have A Generation Who Grew Up With Porn: […]

Catholic Saint QUotes Let God transform your heart

Let God Transform Your Heart!

Let God transform your heart Related content: God Has Two Thrones: One in Heaven And The Other In The Humblest Heart Are You Willing To Let God Transform Your Suffering? It Is Always Spring Time In The Heart That Loves God Make Sure You Charge Your Heart With God! In The Silence Of The Heart, […]

5 myths about the shortage of priests

5 Myths About the Priest Shortage | Video From Breaking In The Habit

In this video posted to the YouTube channel Breaking In The Habit, Br. Casey Cole debunks five commonly held myths most people believe about the shortage of priests. 5 Myths About The Priest Shortage Were you surprised by some of the myths Br. Casey revealed? How can you help promote vocations in your diocese? According to the […]


6 Historical & Theological Arguments To Get An Evangelical Thinking

Ecumenism is the movement and attitude by which we dialogue with other Christians so that they might, through prayer and mutual comprehension, come back to or come into the Catholic Church. Christ wanted for us to be one, as He and the Father are one. The mistake that sin introduced into our existence has caused […]

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“What I Hate Most About Being A Priest”

Fr. Ian Van Heusen provides a Gospel commentary and video each week for Catholic-Link. He loves being a priest, but there is one thing that bothers him about his vocation. In this video, Fr. Ian shares that people actually asked him more spiritual questions when he worked at a coffee shop than they do now […]


Two Ex-Muslims Who Risked Everything, Lost Much, and Gained Christ

Islam and Christianity. How do we begin to talk about this elephant in the room? On the one hand, Islamist persecution of Christians is a plague in places like Iraq, parts of Africa, Marawi City in the Philippines, and elsewhere. We must pray more ardently than ever for our suffering brothers and sisters in Christ. […]

St. Gregory of Nyssa Quotes

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 […]

Nebraska What Is Happening To Science-Minded Millennials In Nebraska?

What Is Happening To Science-Minded Millennials In Nebraska?

Good things are happening somewhere in Middle America: Vocations are booming in Lincoln, Nebraska (and Wichita, KS). It’s not a secret in the American Catholic world, though it is somewhat perplexing that more bishops have not looked to imitate certain successful practices long in place in these dioceses. An intentional focus on college students & […]


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