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This Rapidly Growing Order Of Priests Just Launched An Incredible Digital Library

Fr. Ambrose, Director of the Norbertine Father’s Novices, has witnessed several young men hear and answer the call to a priestly vocation with the Norbertines. Currently, there are thirty-eight seminarians living at St. Michael’s Abbey with two more on the waiting list. A seminary with a waiting list? That’s rare for the times we are […]

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Confession Why should you go to Confession more than a few times a year? This article gives 11 great reasons why you should make Confession a priority!

11 Things That Happen When You Commit To Going To Confession Regularly

As Catholics, we are required to go to Confession once a year, but why stop there? We know Confession can be daunting or difficult, and there might be many reasons why you don’t want to go. However, regular Confession, whether it be monthly, every two weeks, or weekly, doesn’t have to be scary. In fact, […]

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“You Shall Not Pass!” – Ode to the Manly Priest and the Priestly Man

I have a pastor who is “in his natural habitat” at the altar and at the pulpit. His ars celebrandi (manner of saying the Mass) is so careful and reverent. He has a beautiful and clear voice for speaking and singing various parts of the Liturgy. His homilies are often the kind that make you […]

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a letter to my kids This video is one of a series produced by SoulPancake, looking at what it means to be a father today, and the role our dads played in our own lives. In "A Letter to My Kids" from The Fatherhood Project this dad truly expresses what all parents feel.

“A Letter To My Kids” | This Dad Expresses What All Parents Feel

This video is one of a series produced by SoulPancake, looking at what it means to be a father today, and the role our dads played in our own lives. In “A Letter to My Kids” from The Fatherhood Project this dad truly expresses what all parents feel. Filmmaker Corbyn Tyson explores what it means […]

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An Astonishingly Beautiful Icon to Remember the 21 Coptic Christians Martyred by ISIS

An Astonishingly Beautiful Icon to Remember the 21 Coptic Christians Martyred by ISIS

Do you remember the date of 13th February 2015? It was on this day that 21 Coptic Christians were martyred for their faith by ISIS. This event has been depicted in a sacred icon by the artist Nikola Sarić . Often, our experience of icons can be synonymous with historic events that seem far removed from […]

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Accepting Suffering | Benedict XVI Quote

“We can try to limit suffering, to fight against it, but we cannot eliminate it. It is when we attempt to avoid suffering by withdrawing from anything that might involve hurt, when we try to spare ourselves the effort and pain of pursuing truth, love, and goodness, that we drift into a life of emptiness, […]

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A Short Film Reminds Us Where To Find “Validation”

This is a great short film which is described simply as being about ‘the magic of free parking,’ but you soon realize that this is about much more than free parking. It follows the character of Hugh Newman as he sets about giving compliments to people, one by one, through his job as a validation officer […]

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It’s the Loneliest Time of the Year... So What Are You Going to Do About It?

It’s the Loneliest Time of the Year… So What Are You Going to Do About It?

Mary was “set apart” for a very specific mission. Sometimes, I feel set apart, too. You know, set apart from friends on a Friday night, watching and memorizing my favorite 90’s rom coms for… well, I’m sure I’ll need those quotes one day. Or out to dinner with my couple-friends, clarifying to the waiter that […]

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Fast! | Liturgy Live 1st Sunday Of Lent

This week on the podcast we talk about the lenten practice of fasting. Fr Ian is fired up! The whole point of fasting during lent is to get our flesh in line with our spirit, since “the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak”. To fast from good things for a time especially food […]

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St. Charles Lwanga Saturday, June 3rd is the feast of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions. He is the patron of converts, torture victims, and the African Catholics

St. Charles Lwanga And Companions, Martyrs Of Uganda: Saints You Need To Meet

June 3rd is the feast of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions. These great saints have been officially designated as martyrs for the Catholic faith. Officially, St. Charles Lwanga is the patron of converts, torture victims, and the African Catholic Youth Action. Unofficially, it would seem he’s a perfect patron of those striving for purity and […]

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What Is The Miraculous Medal?

“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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Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

“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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