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QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About The Eucharist?

Are you smarter than a 2nd grader?  It is amazing the information that we forget over time. Take our quiz to see if you are still as sharp as the day you received First Holy Communion. We did add a few more challenging questions to keep you on your toes! Good luck! And for all […]

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A Priest Breaks Down The Sacrament of Confession in a Way Everyone Will Understand

A Priest Breaks Down The Sacrament Of Reconciliation In A Way Everyone Will Understand

The Sacrament of Reconciliation… Hmmm, just what do these ‘big’ words actually mean? Let’s take this time to unpack their meaning. A Sacrament First, “sacrament”. Do you love somebody – parents, spouse, children, and friends? Now, how do these persons experience your loving affection and commitment towards them? Well, perhaps, you tell them that you […]

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10 Surprising Things That Happen When You Go To Adoration More Often

The Eucharist is described in the Catechism as the ‘source and summit’ of our faith. Finding the time to go to Adoration can be difficult. But if you can make it happen, committing to regular Adoration with an open heart can have some surprising results. While they were eating, He took some bread, and after […]

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The Protection and Significance of A St. Benedict Medal Explained!

The Protection And Significance Of The St. Benedict Medal Explained!

Though St. Benedict was born in 480 A.D., he is certainly a Saint for our times. He was a man of strength, conviction, and courage. Although he desired to live a life of solitude by choosing the life of a hermit and living in a cave, when word of his holiness and devout life reached […]

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St. John Paul II, The Life Of A Holy Pope (Animated Video)

What led St. John Paul II to greatness? Was it because of his apostolic success, his impressive figure, or his untiring travels? Why is he so beloved by Catholics? No doubt, all this is important, but it isn’t enough. John Paul the II has been recognized a saint for a different reason… Now, allow us […]

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Test Your Knowledge: Take The Eucharist Challenge Quiz!

Due to the overwhelming response from the first Eucharist quiz and the number of people who claimed that it was “too easy”, we have decided to publish a Eucharist Challenge.  We underestimated the knowledge of the average Catholic Link reader. We promise this one will stretch you a bit more and maybe even teach you […]

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8 Things Every Catholic Should Be Doing Every Day

We get it.  You already have a to-do list that is long.  This list isn’t meant to guilt you into an impossible regimen on top of your already crammed day.   The goal is to start incorporating one or two of these things into your day and then keep working until these actions become a […]

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Did Jesus literally mean to eat his body? Eucharist

Jesus Didn’t Literally Mean To Eat His Body…Did He?

Today’s video is an extremely well made catechetical presentation of the sacrament of the Eucharist, produced by Sophia Institute for Teachers. The “source and summit of our faith”, it is impossible to give it the credit it deserves. “Recognize in this bread what hung on the cross, and in this chalice what flowed from His side… […]

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The Top 35 Catholic Christmas Gifts

This time of year is when many people start frantically searching for the perfect gift for every person on their list. It can be overwhelming, time-consuming, and draining. Many times we lose the joy and peace that comes with Christmas because we are so worried about the gifts. We’ve compiled a list of meaningful Catholic […]

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What Should You Give Up For Lent?

QUIZ: What Should You Give Up For Lent?

This is a fun quiz to help you start thinking about and planning for Lent.  Ready to discover what Lent resource is best for you to use to grow spiritually?  Share your results and plans with us in the comments. Click “Let’s Play” to get started! What Should I Give Up For Lent?  What Should […]

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10 Classic Movies That All Catholics Should See

There are a lot of good movies out there, with high production quality and deep messages, though perhaps not as many as we would like. Once in a while, a film will come along that manages to introduce us to key aspects of the Catholic faith, allowing us to glimpse timeless truths through the language […]

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Trouble Understanding The Mass? Here’s A Simple Explanation

The Mass is the sacrifice of Christ. He offered Himself once and forever on the cross. The Mass is the Center of our Christian life and the thanks offering that we present to God for His great love toward us. It is not another sacrifice. It is not a repetition. It is the sacrifice of […]

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The Life Of Pope Francis In 4 Minutes! (Translated in 19 Languages)

With this Catholic-Link production, “The Life of Pope Francis in 4 Minutes”. Our idea is to help Catholics and non-Catholics alike get to know the life and story of Pope Francis. While it is true that the Holy Father represents all Catholics, he is still only one man and therefore does this in a way which […]

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15 Things People Who Don't Understand Catholicism Love To Say

15 Things People Who Don’t Understand Catholicism Love To Say

With today’s post, we would like to express our feelings of solidarity and friendship for all those Catholics in the world who time and time again have to listen and respond with charity to such a wide variety of questions, concerns or complaints about the Catholic faith. They come from our companions at work, fellow […]

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Marian Apparition 10 Messages From The Virgin Mary That Every Catholic Should Know

10 Messages From The Virgin Mary That Every Catholic Should Know

Catholics are known for our devotion to Mary. For good reason, the Mother of God was full of both grace and wisdom.  Did you know that Mary continues to speak to us today? We would like to share with you a collection of 10 messages from the Virgin Mary that we think every Catholic should […]

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15 Excuses to Not Go To Confession (Answered!) Reconciliation Penance

15 Excuses To Not Go To Confession (Answered!)

Benedict XVI said: “There is a close link between holiness and the Sacrament of Reconciliation. The actual conversion of the heart, which is open to the transforming and renewing action of God, is the “engine” of all reform and translates into a truly evangelizing force. In the confessional, the repentant sinner, by the free action […]

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What Do The Lamp, The Oil, And Sleepiness Symbolize in The Parable Of The 10 Virgins?

What Do The Lamp, The Oil, And Sleepiness Symbolize in The Parable Of The 10 Virgins?

For those who have had the experience of keeping watch over a sick person through the night, especially if it was a very close loved one, you know what it means to fight off sleep. You do everything in your power to stay awake; you use every ounce of strength; you draw on all your […]

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Andrei Rublev The Explanation of this Famous Icon Will Give You a Deeper Understanding of the Trinity

The Explanation Of This Famous Icon Will Give You A Deeper Understanding Of The Trinity

A highly creative piece, Andrei Rublev’s Troitsa (Russian for Triune or Trinity) hails from the summit of a more-than-thousand-year-old iconographic tradition. As you might have surmised, it is a Trinitarian interpretation of Gen 18:1-16, the episode in which “three men” visit Abraham and Sarah and promise them a son. While no Christian would ever formally […]

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Is It Possible To Go To Mass With Children? Tips For Taking Your Family To Church

This could quite possibly be one of the cutest videos on the internet, as well as the goal of every Catholic parent of young children.  Don’t we all wish our children could perform the Mass as beautifully as Isaiah does? Right now, it’s just a struggle to get my family to Mass, let alone learn […]

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How To Pray? 10 Types Of Prayer Christians Need In Their Lives

“I don’t have time to pray!,” some argue. “That is not true,” I tell them. They give me a thousand excuses and leave. Then time goes by and I observe them. Long hours spent watching TV and YouTube videos, checking Facebook, playing games, listening to music, pursuing a hobby… in short, everything is justifiable on […]

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The Veil Removed Catholic Mass Video

Mass Will Never Be The Same After You See This

The Veil Removed, produced by Greg Krajewski and RD Delgado, powerfully shows what happens during each and every Mass that takes place in Catholic Churches across the world. Take 5 minutes out of your day and watch this short video. You will never look at Mass the same way again! The Veil Removed “The angels […]

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5 Recommended (Short & Easy!) Catholic Books On The Spiritual Life

We frequently complain about our lack of time, especially when it comes to having time to read. Usually, the problem is not time, but the way we organize our priorities throughout the day. Spiritual readings are an excellent way to take advantage of time and nourish our soul. Certainly, they require us to find an […]

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God Gathered All His Graces And Called Them “Mary”

God gathered all his graces and called them “Mary” Five Feminine Virtues I Learned From the Joyful Mysteries Why Was Mary Absent From The Original Nativity Scene? Why Does It Matter That Jesus Was “Wrapped In Swaddling Clothes”? Related content: Nativity of Virgin Mary Christmas Reveals God’s Love For Humanity | Pope Francis Quote When You […]

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The Ultimate Catholic Gift Guide

Catholic-Link is pleased to present the Ultimate Catholic Gift Guide and GIVEAWAY for 2019. This list is better than ever before. Some of our classic favorites are back…because you can’t go wrong with AMAZING…and we’ve added new ideas too. The best part?! We’re giving away this ENTIRE list to one *Blessed* Catholic-Link email subscriber. To […]

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Once You Understand The Eucharist…

This post is not an article, but a part of our gallery of images. You can share this image in your social media or you can click the “Download” button and send it to your friends. We only ask you to share it in its original version, without editing it. Happy evangelization! ? All Your […]

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The Sacred Heart Of Jesus And The Immaculate Heart of Mary: A Beautiful Illustration

In June, Catholics celebrate the Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. You may have seen various depictions of the image that was given by Our Lord to sister Margaret Mary Alacoque in 1675. Did you know that you can have an image enthroned in your home? Do you have a special devotion to […]

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26 Catholic Books You Should Be Reading

“Just as the reading of spiritual books has led to the conversion of many sinners, so the reading of bad books is daily leading to the ruin of many young people.” St. Alphonsus Liguori We must immerse ourselves in good Catholic books in order to have spiritual growth.  It is a discipline to set aside time […]

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St.josemaria escriva 17 signs of lack of humility

According To St. Josemaria Escriva, If You Do These 17 Things You Probably Need To Work On Humility

I’ve been trying to go to Confession more regularly because I have been so encouraged by some of the articles we have posted here on Catholic-Link. (Find them here!) One of the many benefits of going more often has been that I’ve been able to see a pattern in the sins that I’m confessing. What […]

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Infographic: The 4 Marian Dogmas

This post is not an article, but a part of our gallery of images. You can share this image in your social media or you can click the “Download” button and send it to your friends. We only ask you to share it in its original version, without editing it. Happy evangelization! ? The Four […]

Is It Possible To Sustain A Relationship For More Than 4 Weeks Without Sex?

Let’s break this down. Elna Baker is a young Mormon woman who lives in New York. Her testimony of life in the city without drugs and sex is comical but proves to be difficult for her as she shares that she cannot sustain a relationship for more than four weeks without saying yes to sex. […]

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All Your Questions About Adoration Answered…What Is It? How Do I Go? What Do I Do? And More!

Maybe, you’ve seen our posts about the benefits of Adoration or heard some of your Catholic friends talk about “going to Adoration,” but you still don’t really understand what that means. That’s ok! Though the practice of Adoration has been a part of the Catholic faith since the very beginning, it has experienced a revival […]

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During Christmas, The King Of Peace Becomes A Baby

During Christmas, The King Of Peace Becomes A Baby

During Christmas, the King of Peace becomes a baby. 12 Children’s Books To Read For The 12 Days Of Christmas Why Was Mary Absent From The Original Nativity Scene? Why Does It Matter That Jesus Was “Wrapped In Swaddling Clothes”? Official Catholic Blessing For Your Christmas Tree Related content: The Meaning Of Christmas According To […]

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visual guide to Lectio Divina How To Pray Lectio Divina? A Visual Step By Step Guide

How To Pray Lectio Divina? A Visual Step By Step Guide

“Lectio Divina” means divine reading in Latin. It’s an ancient practice that teaches us how to read, meditate on and live the Word of God. History tells us that it was the Blessed Guigo the Carthusian, who wrote the “most important stages” of this way of meditating the word. It’s not a prayer with fixed […]

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7 Things To Do Before You Receive The Sacrament Of Confirmation

When I made my Confirmation, I did not fully understand the significance of the Sacrament. While I’m certain my teachers did a wonderful job preparing me in an academic sense, my mind and heart were just not completely open to the transforming power of the Holy Spirit coming into my life. Of course, it’s important […]

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How To Pray A Novena – A Visual Step By Step Guide

The novena is a Catholic practice of prayer that’s done over the course of nine days. Its practice goes back to the time of the apostles. The first novena can be attributed to when they got together to pray, after the Ascension waiting for the coming of the Holy Spirit. How To Pray A Novena […]

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10 Things You Should Know About Catholic Mass Etiquette

A few weeks ago during Mass the people in the pew behind me would not stop talking. They chatted away throughout the whole celebration. Needless to say, it was driving me crazy. I was getting more and more aggravated mostly because I was struggling to keep my own children quiet and they were setting a […]

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The Magnificat: Canticle of Mary And Magnifying Glass Of Intercessory Love

The Magnificat – otherwise known as the Canticle of Mary – is a beautiful, ancient, scriptural “song” of praise spoken by Our Lady. You may have heard the word thanks to the wonderful monthly publication that goes by the same name, but do you know the prayer, itself? “My soul doth magnify the Lord,” the […]

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In 5 Minutes This Video Captures The Beauty Of The One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church

Today’s video was produced by Mauricio Artieda, Catholic-Link’s former director, and looks to drive home the true identity of the Catholic Church as being founded by Christ. It is one of the most viewed videos about the Church on YouTube (the Spanish version). I think it can be useful for the apostolate as a tool […]

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The Three Hail Marys Devotion: A Simple Lifeline To Love And Holiness

When you wake up in the morning, get on your knees: One of the greatest means of salvation and one of the surest signs of predestination, is unquestionably, the devotion to the Most Blessed Virgin. All the holy doctors of the Church are unanimous in saying with St. Alphonsus of Liguori: “A devout servant of […]

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I Thirst For You Mother Teresa The Cross Of Jesus: 5 Quotes From The Saints

“I Thirst For You” – A Letter From Mother Teresa

I THIRST FOR YOU. It is true. I stand at the door of your heart, day and night. Even when you are not listening, even when you doubt it could be Me, I am there: waiting for even the smallest signal of your response, even the smallest suggestion of an invitation that will permit Me […]

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The Blessed Sacrament: Step-by-Step Visual Guide To Adoration

The first time I visited the Blessed Sacrament, I was eight years old. I did it in the context of the preparation for my First Communion. The sister who was preparing us told us with much reverence and passion that inside the tabernacle was the door to Heaven. At eight, I took this explanation literally […]

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Mother Teresa’s Daily Prayer | Radiating Christ

St. Teresa of Calcutta prayed the “Radiating Christ” prayer daily. It is thought to have been written by St. John Henry Newman. Radiating Christ Dear Jesus, help me to spread Thy fragrance everywhere I go. Flood my soul with Thy spirit and love. Penetrate and possess my whole being so utterly that all my life […]

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Catholic Mass 9 Tip Survival Guide For Returning To Mass When You Haven't Been In Awhile

9 Tip Survival Guide For Returning To Mass When You Haven’t Been In Awhile

This article is for you, especially for you, if you have been thinking about going back to Mass this Christmas season. On the part of all of us at Catholic-Link, let me personally invite you back to mass (we even wrote a letter for you!): We want you back! Today’s articles looks to give you […]

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10 Ways To Pray | Catholic Inspiration

10 Ways Catholic Can Pray   How To Pray A Novena – A Visual Step By Step Guide 50+ Of 2020’s Best Catholic Gifts 7 Postures Of Prayer To Engage Your Mind, Body, And Soul With God Related content: How To Measure Your Wealth | Catholic Inspiration 90 Ways To Pray…For Those Times When You’re […]

What To Do While Waiting In Line For Confession

What To Do While Waiting In Line For Confession

This post is not an article, but a part of our gallery of images. You can share this image in your social media or you can click the “Download” button and send it to your friends. We only ask you to share it in its original version, without editing it. Happy evangelization! ? A 7 […]

10 Quotes On The Eucharist From Fathers of the Church

10 Quotes On The Eucharist From Fathers Of The Church

It can be said that there is a yearning for something – an object, a certain food or a drink – that is capable of giving us eternal life or eternal youth. It is rooted in the deepest recesses of the human heart. This desire has always been present; in the oldest poems, we can […]

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Litany Of Trust | Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, Sister of Life

Litany Of Trust | Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, Sister of Life From the belief thatI have to earn Your loveDeliver me, Jesus.From the fear that I am unlovableDeliver me, Jesus.From the false securitythat I have what it takesDeliver me, Jesus.From the fear that trusting Youwill leave me more destituteDeliver me, Jesus.From all suspicion ofYour words […]

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Prayer For Priests | St. Therese of Lisieux

O Jesus, I pray for your faithful and fervent priests; for your unfaithful and tepid priests; for your priests laboring at home or abroad in distant mission fields; for your tempted priests; for your lonely and desolate priests; for your young priests; for your dying priests; for the souls of your priests in purgatory. But […]

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The Best Catholic Christmas Gift Guide: 45 Ideas For All Occasions And Ages!

This time of year is when many people start frantically searching for the perfect gift for every person on their list. It can be overwhelming, time-consuming, and draining. Many times we lose the joy and peace that comes with Christmas because we are so worried about the gifts. We’ve compiled a list of meaningful Catholic […]

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28 Catholic Artists That Will Rock Your Playlist (Updated!)

You don’t hear a lot of Catholic music on the radio these days, but with the rise of the great artists we are featuring today we’re sure that will change in the future. I hope you will enjoy this diverse list of both established Catholic musicians and newcomers. These men and women have the unique […]

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How To Pray The Rosary? A Step-By-Step Visual Guide

The origin of the Rosary dates back to the year 800, but it has evolved throughout the centuries resulting in the Rosary that we know today. The Rosary invites us to make a beautiful meditation about the life of Jesus and the Holy Virgin Mary. Whether we pray it alone or with others, we can […]

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Sacrament Of Reconciliation QUIZ: What Do You Know?

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is a crucial part of the Catholic faith. It is a gift from God that we can use to repair our relationship with Him and repent from our sin. Though many fear going to Confession, it is there that God gives us an abundance of mercy. “Let us not forget that […]

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What’s The Big Deal About Baptism?

Our baptismal promises – promises that were made at one particular and special moment in our lives, yet through this sacrament’s indelible spiritual mark, do and must continue to shape our life. As Catholics, by way of reminder, we situate our reflection on the sacrament of baptism not only in a personal but also in […]

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EWTN Interviews Catholic-Link About Our Viral Saint John Paul II Cartoon

Days before the launch of our video, “Saint John Paul II, the Life of a Holy Pope“, we were invited by EWTN and Catholic News Agency (CNA) to participate in an interview about the project. We had no idea that our Saint John Paul II Cartoon would go viral! Check it out and use it in […]

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A 7 Step Visual Guide For Going To Confession

If you’re thinking of going to Confession, but it has been a while, this post is for you. Going to Confession is never pleasant or enjoyable, but it is always worth it. However, it can feel so much worse if you’ve not been in years. Maybe it has been so long ago since you’ve been, […]

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3 Catholic Prayer Hacks Even “Experts” Will Use

Today, we present three innovative ministries that are making Catholic prayer life a little easier. Feast Days Celebrate the Feasts – Do you have trouble remembering Holy Days and Feast Days?  Perhaps you remember them, but you have no idea what they signify or how to celebrate them.  If either of these describes you, this […]

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These 10 Married Saints Teach Us How Marriage Can Lead To Holiness

Did you know there are several married Saints? As our society likes to frequently remind us, marriage is no easy task. To live out the vocation of marriage requires a great deal of self-sacrifice and self-discipline. In the Sacrament of Marriage, both the husband and the wife make a promise before God to remain committed to […]

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Christmas Gift Ideas For The Priest Or Seminarian In Your Life!

We always expect to see the priest at Mass, especially during the holidays. We watch the deacon assist during sacraments and parish life. We proudly acknowledge the hard work and preparation seminarians undergo for the future of the Church. But, what do we do for the men of the church to say thank you? First […]

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Eucharistic Adoration | How To Make A Holy Hour

Steps For Making A Holy Hour Source: www.thegregorian.org More Adoration Resources 10 Surprising Things That Happen When You Go To Adoration More Often All Your Questions About Adoration Answered…What Is It? How Do I Go? What Do I Do? And More! Related content: Infographic: 4 Steps for Eucharistic Adoration A Saint’s Advice For When You […]

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15 Catholic Bible Verses You Can Easily Memorize

Do you have any Catholic Bible verses memorized? If we really believe in the power of the Word of God, we should make an effort to study it, understand it, and memorize it.  It is a gift that we have been given to help us in our faith. It is very useful in the Christian life […]

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90 Ways To Pray…For Those Times When You’re In A Prayer Rut

Have you ever found yourself in a prayer rut? Perhaps you’ve been saying the same prayers for so long you no longer pay attention to the meaning behind the words.   Your prayer routine has become just that, routine.  Though it is good to be in the habit of prayer, we must not lose the […]

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St. Padre Pio Prayer To Say After Receiving Communion

  St. Padre Pio’s Prayer To Say After Receiving Communion My past, O Lord, I entrust to your mercy. My present to your love. My future to your providence. More Resources On St. Padre Pio The Holiness and Sufferings of Padre Pio (Plus a Rare Peek Into His Life!) Pray, Hope And Don’t Worry | […]

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How To Have A Happy Marriage: Explained In 4 Infographics

What is the secret to a happy marriage? The secret of how to have a happy marriage is realizing that happiness is not the purpose of marriage. If your goal in marriage is your own personal happiness, you’re going about it all wrong. The first thing to do is to spend some time studying the […]

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9 Tip Survival Guide For Returning To Mass When You Haven’t Been In Awhile

This article is for you, especially for you, if you have been thinking about going back to Mass. On the part of all of us at Catholic-Link, let me personally invite you back to mass (we even wrote a letter for you!): We want you back! Today’s article looks to give you a few tips […]

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Confession Excellent Video That Will Help You Understand Confession

This Excellent Video Will Help You Understand Confession

SophiaSketchPad.org has produced another excellent video that helps to understand and explain the sacrament of confession. If you go to their website they also offer viewing guides and other tools that can help to complete the learning experience. Sophia Sketchpad: Confession As another useful tool, we would like to present this gallery. Often, just like […]

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7 Daily Situations To Ask For The Gifts Of The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit has been given to us as a gift, yet few of us choose to use it. Sometimes it is due to a lack of knowledge about what the gifts are and other times it is because we simply forget. The Holy Spirit is not just some ancient, nebulous being.  The Spirit is […]

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9 Images That Take The Confusion Out Of Identifying Religious Orders Of The Church

Do you ever get confused by the many religious orders that the Catholic Church has? Each individual order has their own particular character, or charism, attracting different people with the same common style of prayer, work and way of life. The religious orders are as rich and as varied as individual people are, meaning that […]

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