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Norbertine Father Abbots Circle

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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Just Don’t Ask Me To Be A Sister Or A Priest! | Encouragement For The Reluctant Discerner

God, I’ll do anything you want, just don’t ask me to be a Sister (or a Priest)! That was the first thing both of us thought when we found ourselves pursuing God’s plan for our lives. We were ready to do something radical and bring Christ’s love to a needy world, but we had stipulations […]

masculinity Men: It’s important to learn from the experiences of others. Resources, writers and role models to help our understanding of masculinity.

Beholden To Other Men: Masculinity Series Part 4

Over the next five articles, we will embark on a brief exploration of the complex and often overlooked topic of being male. The articles will be reflective and open to discussion, so please share your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below. Be mindful of one another’s struggles – or their difficulties in speaking […]

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The Summer Job That Changed My Life – And Can Change Yours Too!

Imagine with me for a second: You’re standing on top of a 30-foot cliff, about to jump into a level 3 white-water rapid in Colorado…you hold the instructor’s hand as he attempts to console you…“just walk straight forward, pull your feet together as you fall, just take a few steps…” Sweating, you grip his hand […]

A 9-Year-Old Watched A Video About Forgiving ISIS, What She Did Next Will Blow You Away

A 9-Year-Old Watched A Video About Forgiving ISIS, What She Did Next Will Blow You Away

Caroline’s teacher, Mrs. Tranel, shared: As you’ll see, the poem is beautifully simple and evocative (the images have been added by Catholic-link simply to enrich the reading experience). I would like to be the first to thank Caroline for using her talents in such a way. At her request, we ask that anyone interested in […]

Gospel Reflection Catholic

Blessings and Woes | Liturgy Live 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This week on the livestream Fr Ian and Alanna go down the rabbit hole of Blessings and Woes in the Old Testament Covenant and the argument found in the wisdom literature about how bad things happen to good people. The second reading on the resurrection brings us to our own perspectives on death, Fr Ian […]

Eat Your Feelings? 4 Healthier Ways To Deal With Emotions eat feelings

Eating Your Feelings? 4 Healthier Ways To Deal With Emotions

Although eating snacks can be a very healthy part of one’s diet, it can become problematic when we use snacks and food to bury our emotions. Since we are a unity of mind, body and spirit, as St. Paul affirms in (1Tess 5:23), it is natural when we feel something on the emotional level to […]

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What Does A Teacher Make? This Answer May Suprise You!

Depending on where you live, it’s most likely that school’s out for the summer, or nearly is. Or perhaps, the students and teachers in your life are still embroiled in exam preparation and stress! Either way, this time of year reminds us of the importance of teachers in our lives, the role they play in […]

Gospel reflection 3rd Sunday of Lent

The Power of Persevering in a State of Grace | Lenten Spiritual Exercises Part 3 (Gospel Reflection)

Fr. Ian VanHeusen presents a gospel reflection and spiritual exercise on the Gospel reading for the 3rd Sunday of Lent, John 2:13-25, when Jesus cleanses the Temple of money changers, foretells of its destruction and – to the bewilderment of those who hear Him – that He himself will rebuild it in three days. Throughout […]

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If Success Is Unattainable, Why Even Try?

Gospel of Luke 15:1-3, 11-32 Tax collectors and sinners were all drawing near to listen to Jesus,but the Pharisees and scribes began to complain, saying,“This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.”So to them Jesus addressed this parable:“A man had two sons, and the younger son said to his father,‘Father give me the share of […]


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