The Struggle Is Real…But So Is God

The Struggle Is Real…But So Is God

 

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In All Things, Be A Man Of Prayer | St. Bonaventure

“If you would suffer with patience the adversities and miseries of this life, be a man of prayer. If you would obtain courage and strength to conquer the temptations of the enemy, be a man of prayer. If you would mortify your own will with all its inclinations and appetites, be a man of prayer. […]

St. John Bosco’s Spiritual Goals For A New Year

St. John Bosco’s Spiritual Goals For A New Year 1. I will take no unnecessary walks. 2. I will make exactingly careful use of my time. 3. When the salvation of souls is at stake, I will be always ready to suffer, to act and to humble myself. 4. May the charity and gentleness of […]

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Want To Become A Saint? Better Late Than Never

I want to become a saint; it will not be easy at all. I have a lot of wood to chop, and it is as hard as stone. I should have started sooner, while it was not so difficult; but, in any case; ‘better late than never.’ – St. Zelie Martin Photo by Abby Savage […]

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Surrender And Gratitude | St. Therese Quote

Jesus does not demand great action from us but simply surrender and gratitude. – St. Therese of Lisieux More St. Therese Resources *Amazon Affiliate links help the ministry of Catholic-Link at no additional cost to you! Thank you! Related content: This St. Therese Quote Will Become The Prayer Of Your Heart If You Are Going […]

No One Heals Himself By Wounding Another

No one heals himself by wounding another. Related content: Parable Reenacted: Jesus Heals A Paralyzed Man The Lord heals the brokenhearted The Church Must Heal Wounds | Pope Francis Quote

Prayer Of St. Agatha, “Lord Jesus Christ, You Created Me”

Lord Jesus Christ, you created me, you watched over me from infancy, kept my body from defilement, preserved me from love of the world, made me able to withstand torture, and granted me the virtue of patience in the midst of torments.   Related content: You See My Heart And You Know My Desires | […]

Be Patient With Yourself!

Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections but instantly set about remedying them – every day begin the task anew.     Related content: #OCCUPY VINEYARD? The Madness of Thinking We Can Possess the Vineyard (Gospel Reflection) 3 Keys To Draw Loved […]

People Chase After Love And Then Forget About THIS!

“It’s ironic that people chase after love yet forget or ignore the fact that ‪Love (God) is chasing after them. Let yourself be found.” – Leah Darrow (This is an Amazon Affiliate Link. Your purchase will help the ministry of Catholic-Link at no additional cost to you! Thank you!) Related content: Does The Person You’re […]

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  • Litany Of The Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother Of Life
    The demands on the lives of couples who practice natural family planning can seem very overwhelming at times.  Every Catholic couple who is serious enough about their love for our Lord to follow the Church’s teaching on contraception understands this intimately.  The roller coaster ride that NFP can be for some couples can create stress, […]
  • 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 […]
  • What Is The Second Vatican Council? And, Why Did It Create Controversy?
    A New Ecumenical Council On January 25, 1959, Pope St. John XXIII took the world by surprise by calling a new ecumenical council of the universal Church. We now know this council as the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II), so called because it was held in Vatican City. An ecumenical council can be called and […]
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“O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”Prayer of the Miraculous Medal What Is The Miraculous Medal? The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us: “Sacramentals are sacred signs instituted by the Church. They prepare men to receive...

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