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The people behind the stereotype: “African Men”

Catholic-link.com – “Can any thing good come from Nazareth?” … “Come and see.” (Jn 1, 46) As the apostles bear witness, stereotypes have existed throughout human history. Their damaging influence continues today in each one of us. The video promotes a cool initiative to change the “image” of Africa. It offers a change in mentality, […]

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Why Should Bullying Matter to Catholics?

Bullying can be defined as the following: the unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. It can imply verbal (teasing, name-calling, inappropriate sexual comments, etc.), social (leaving someone out on purpose, spreading rumors), and or […]

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Sometimes Pop Music Speaks Truth

Most of the time secular music will spread the lies of the culture, depicting women as objects and glorifying wealth and materialism. But every once in a while a pop song hits a chord of truth that moves us to see ourselves as we are. Even more than Christian music, this truth goes out into the […]

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Advice For The Convert: 12 Things To Consider During The Conversion Process

Maybe you’ve attended a course, a retreat, or a workshop; maybe you’ve had an awakening experience through prayer, or a dialogue that stirred in you a profound desire for conversion and to follow Christ in the Church He founded (the Catholic Church). Maybe you are excited and hopeful to build a new and better world, […]

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“Where you are most human, most yourself, weakest, there Jesus lives.”

Where you are most human, most yourself, weakest, there Jesus lives. Related content: I’m Alive Because Jesus Is Alive! | Matt Maher’s “Because He Lives” Suffering Doesn’t Always Make Sense, But Embracing It Could Save Lives “I killed a human being.” – A Mother Reflects On Her Abortion Going To The Root Of Sexual Exploitation: […]

Why We Must Stop Looking At Our Actions If We Want To Find Ourselves

The soul that projects itself entirely into activity, and seeks itself outside itself in the work of its own will is like a madman who sleeps on the sidewalk in front of his house instead of living inside where it is quiet and warm. The soul that throws itself outdoors in order to find itself […]

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How To Pray With Your Imagination On The Epiphany

How to Pray with Your Imagination on Epiphany 2 Spiritual Exercises to let the light of Christ shine and break into our darkness 1. Imagine the vivid scene of clouds and darkness, pierced by light. Using especially this week’s first Mass reading from the book of Isaiah, compose a movie scene in your mind’s eye […]

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Catholic Masculinity: How Men Can Grow In Holiness (Part 2)

God created you as a man. He created you as a son. He desires your heart, soul, and strength. Above all else, He calls you to embrace your identity as a child of the Father, as coheir with the Son and empowered by the Spirit. He calls you to be set apart from the world. […]

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5 Things That Happen On A Silent Retreat

Are you feeling low? Tired? Empty? Perhaps God is asking you to go on a silent retreat.  Retreats, particularly those done in silence, allow us to set time apart for God by disconnecting from the very connected world we live in. Retreats can be for as little as one day to as long as one […]

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Winter Blues: Spiritual Ways To Overcome Them And Why It’s Important To Try

Winter is a beautiful time of year, but it is often when the mundane daily life, cabin fever, and other “winter blues” so to speak, start to take their toll on us. Physically we tend to gain weight, too, and not just as a consequence of holiday feasting. We spend time sitting inside, streaming shows, […]

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May 13: A Day Of Fasting And Praying The Rosary

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