You Don’t Belong To Your Sin, You Belong To The Father

You Don’t Belong To Your Sin, You Belong To The Father

 

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The Lord Our Justice | Liturgy Live 1st Sunday in Advent

Join is this week for the discussion of the Sunday readings. Due to a technical difficulty we had to restart the stream and jump into the second reading right away. We still talk about part of the first reading about The Lord our Justice. Father Ian talks about how we need Justice to have Mercy […]

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(Video) Planned Parenthood Found Selling Body Parts of Aborted Babies

It’s no secret to Pro-Life advocates that Planned Parenthood is something other than what it styles itself to be.  For decades, under the guise of providing “healthcare,” and “empowering women” by fighting for their rights and sexual and reproductive preferences, PP is, in reality, the standard-bearer and number one promoter of abortion around the world. […]

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An Advent Confessional

Catholics are to take advantage of the sacrament of Penance at least once a year–if you’re Catholic, you should remember that from your CCD or RCIA class. Advent is a particularly good time to do this. If, like most of us, you hurry to clean your homes in preparation to receive guests, wouldn’t you like […]

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Terry Crews Shares About Porn Addiction And The 90-day "Sex Fast" That Saved His Marriage catholic marriage tips advice

Terry Crews Shares About Porn Addiction And The 90-day “Sex Fast” That Saved His Marriage

Terry Crews was born in Flint, Michigan, in 1968 and was drafted by the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams in 1991. After several years playing pro football, Crews retired and pursued an acting career, which took flight on the big screen in 2000’s The 6th Day. Many film roles followed. Also known for appearing in a series of […]

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Liturgy Live 7th Sunday In Ordinary Time | Be Perfect

This week we talk about how to respond to division in the Church. Do not let others’ actions drag you into sin. Focus on contemplation, be prepared even for distractions, so you will not be disturbed in those moments. When you have control over your own passions and emotions you can have a positive effect […]

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The 5 Necessary Spiritual Steps You Need To Take After You Sin

This is a matter we seldom talk about with clarity, I don’t know exactly why. My impression is that we talk a lot about sin in an abstract way, or using an academic-theological terminology that the common Christian doesn’t always understand. Nevertheless, we are before a crucial aspect of the Christian life, and it is […]

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1st Sunday Of Lent | Our Temptations

This week on the Podcast we talk about temptations. Specifically the first temptation of Adam and Eve and the temptations of Christ in the desert. Most of our sins fall into the three categories of sin, our base passions, our vanity and our pride. We discuss fasting and finding the sweet spot of suffering where […]

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Millennials and Microaggressions: Why the Sacrament of Confession is More Necessary Than Ever

In adolescence we often believe (at least subconsciously) that all the good that has come to us is there on account of our own worthiness, while all the bad things are the result of the failings of those who reared us. The first day of spiritual adulthood truly begins when one realizes, not so much […]

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What Ashton Kutcher Said to Congress About the Horrors of Human Trafficking

Would you be shocked to learn that there are more souls ensnared in slavery today than in any previous moment in history? Let that sink in for a second. We at Catholic-Link have been lamenting and warning readers about the recently released film sequel to 50 Shades of Grey  – I for one am so […]

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Gospel reflection Be Courageous! How to Overcome Your Addiction to Sin

How To Overcome Your Addiction To Sin

Be Courageous! How to Overcome Your Addiction to Sin Overcome your bad habits and sin by claiming authority as a child of God 1. Stop cowering in fear or acceptance of your weakness as if it’s “just the way it is, I’m stuck.” 2. Name and confront your enemy with courage. In other words, stop […]

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