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It's certainly a new commandment, precisely because we are accustomed to measuring love, we are accustomed to preserving ourselves

Can Love Be A Commandment?| Gospel Reflection

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Jesus said to his disciples:“As the Father loves me, so I also love you.Remain in my love.If you keep my commandments, you will remain in my love,just as I have kept my Father’s commandmentsand remain in his love. “I have told you this so that my joy may be in […]

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What did our kids learn when we put our Catholic marriage first? Lessons from 25+ years of marriage to inspire you

What Your Kids Will Learn When You Prioritize Your Marriage

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Growing up, I always thought I had a solid family unit. My parents were youth leaders in our small Methodist church and my Dad was a fireman/paramedic in our small town. We were just a normal and faithful family. This is why I was shocked when, as a 19-year-old young […]

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Building and nurturing community is an essential endeavor in response to Christ’s call to discipleship.   The longing for genuine connection

Cultivating Community: 6 Elements Of Peak Communication

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn The longing for genuine connection and community has never been more pronounced. Building and nurturing community is an essential endeavor in response to Christ’s call to discipleship.    The quality of a community is reflected in the quality of communication among its members. If we want better community, we must elevate […]

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Ask him simply to fill you with charity, the greatest of all virtues; with it you can accomplish what you desire. - St. Vincent Ferrer

Be Filled With Charity | St. Vincent Ferrer

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn If you truly want to help the soul of your neighbor, you should approach God first with all your heart. Ask Him simply to fill you with charity, the greatest of all virtues; with it you can accomplish what you desire. – St. Vincent Ferrer

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What I Wish I Knew About Dating A Non-Catholic

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn There are Catholics who marry Catholics and who live a wonderful life. There are Catholics who marry Catholics who end up in divorce. There are Catholics who marry non-Catholics who lose their faith. And there are Catholics who marry non-Catholics whose spouses convert and live happily ever after.  All this […]

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What is love? This is an age old questions that Catholic Singles continue to ask, yet this generation faces new challenges. This film explores

Can Catholic Singles Find Lasting Love In Today’s Throw-away Culture?

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn More young adults than ever doubt they can find real, lasting love. In today’s throw-away culture, a “forever love” that can endure the ups and downs of life can seem unrealistic, even unattainable. Yet, we all feel a deep need for love. In fact, scientific research indicates that the brain’s […]

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Valentine's Day Reminds Us That We Are Loved

Valentine’s Day Reminds Us That We Are Loved

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7 Types Of Love And How They Relate To God’s Plan For Your Happiness

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Heaven’s Currency, the third book in a trilogy I never expected to write (following Why All People Suffer and Dying without Fear), explains what the church has been taught about the nature of love and how it fits in God’s plan. Learning to love is a search for human perfection, […]

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What are some non-physical ways to show you love someone? Check out this list for some great ideas to help you love

10 (Non-Physical) Ways To Show Someone You Love Them

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How do Catholic parents talk to their teens about pornography? We have resources in today's article that will help

How To Talk To Your Teen About Pornography

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Imagine this: You stand outside your teen’s bedroom door. You knock a few times and there’s no answer. A few moments pass by and you knock again. All is quiet. You make an executive decision to enter the room. As the door opens, you find your teenager sitting down with […]

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Are you a Catholic ready to quit the comparison game? Use these tips to prevent from falling into the trap of comparing yourself to others.

Let This Be The Year You Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn I have a confession to make. Through my spiritual journey, and even through my professional path, I have struggled again and again with comparing myself to others. It has been a bump on the road that has stopped me from flourishing in an authentic, peaceful, and joyful way. It touches […]

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Here are ten tips Catholic young adults can use to find friends in their Church. There are other people who share your beliefs!

10 Ways Catholic Young Adults Can Make Friends At Church

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Katie and Drew share their best tips for Catholic young adults to help them make friends at Church. They believe that friendships with Catholic young adults and young Catholic families are critical to their personal growth. But finding church friends, and even more so Catholic friends, can be challenging. Catholic […]

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Gift And Grit With Andrew And Sarah Swafford

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Drew and Katie Taylor talk with Andrew and Sarah Swaffod about their new book Gift and Grit: How Heroic Virtue Can Change Your Life and Relationships, published by Ascension. This is the Catholic relationship book, on how to date a Catholic and how to have virtuous Catholic friends! You can […]

"If, then, we possess charity, we possess God, for God is Charity." | St. Albert The Great Quote and more on Catholic-Link.org

God Is Charity | St. Albert The Great Quote

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn “But where charity is not found, God cannot dwell. If, then, we possess charity, we possess God, for God is Charity.” – St. Albert the GreaT Photo by Courtney Cook on Unsplash

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Subtle Ways To Share Your Catholic Faith At Work

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn My brother, an Air Force veteran, once shared with me that his co-workers and subordinates have always been aware of his Catholic faith and devotion to God. Occasionally, they come to him with questions and difficulties, knowing that while he has godly wisdom, he won’t launch into a lengthy sermon. […]

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He who trusts in himself is lost. He who trusts in God can do all things." –ST. ALPHONSUS LIGUORI

When You Have An Evil Thought, Do This! | St. Alphonsus Liguori

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn “When an evil thought is presented to the mind, we must immediately endeavor to turn our thoughts to God, or to something which is indifferent. But the first rule is, instantly to invoke the names of Jesus and Mary and to continue to invoke them until the temptation ceases. He […]

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Netflix’s “Happiness For Beginners” Shares Struggles Of People | Catholic Movie Review

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn One of the latest top ten movies on Netflix is Happiness for Beginners, a new release (July 27, 2023) based on the novel of the same title by Katherine Center.  The movie opens with the main character’s wedding day, Helen, and immediately the viewer has doubts about whether this marriage will […]

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Help! Is A Healthy Dating Relationship Even Possible Anymore?!

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Dating is easy today, right? Hardly. It’s never been easy; but especially in a social media world—and after the pandemic, nothing can be taken for granted.  This is literally uncharted territory. And yet, human nature remains fundamentally the same in so many ways.  So, can Christian principles of virtuous living […]

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Do your teens or young adults have questions about Catholic dating? Katie and Drew answer some questions from a high school theology class

Catholic Dating 101 For Young Adults

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn In today’s video Katie and Drew dive into Catholic dating in high school and college. They offer valuable insights and perspectives on dating for Catholic young adults. From building strong friendships to treating others with respect, to preparing for marriage, they cover some intriguing concepts that will surely leave you […]

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The Importance Of Learning To Recognize The Voice Of Those You Love

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn John 10:1-10 Jesus said:“Amen, amen, I say to you,whoever does not enter a sheepfold through the gatebut climbs over elsewhere is a thief and a robber.But whoever enters through the gate is the shepherd of the sheep.The gatekeeper opens it for him, and the sheep hear his voice,as the shepherd […]

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"The greatest love story of all time is contained in a tiny white Host." - VENERABLE FULTON SHEEN

The Eucharist Is The Greatest Love Story

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn “The greatest love story of all time is contained in a tiny white Host.” – Venerable Fulton Sheen

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Disagree With Your Priest? Here’s How To Respond

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn One of the best and most challenging aspects of the Church is that it is composed entirely of humans, who are flawed and fallible, with their own perspectives, experiences, strengths, and weaknesses. As a result, disagreements between individuals can arise, and this can be particularly challenging when those disagreements are […]

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Is it time to get engaged? Ask yourself THIS important question before choosing to get married to your boyfriend or girlfriend

An Important Question To Ask Before Getting Married

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Prayer and discernment are extremely important when it comes to making the decision to get married. Today, Fr. George and Joey bring up a question that you must ask yourself before entering into the sacrament of marriage Do I want this person raising my children? Fr. George More Catholic Resources […]

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The World Doesn’t Want You To Love Your Enemies

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn Matthew 5: 38-48 Catholic Bible Study Jesus said to his disciples:“You have heard that it was said,An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.But I say to you, offer no resistance to one who is evil.When someone strikes you on your right cheek,turn the other one as […]

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Catholic grandparents have an important and essential role in our families. What can you do to honor them? Start here with some ideas!

5 Ways To Honor Your Catholic Grandparents

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gmail LinkedIn When I was young, my parents used to travel a lot, leaving me and my four sisters in the care of my grandmother. What I remember most is sitting in our living room where she would tell us stories written by her about each of her grandchildren, through which she […]

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