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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Forgiving Yourself Is Something All Christians Must Practice

There are many things people do which hurt us and there are things we do which wound other people. Some are perhaps more obvious than others, some are clearly worse than others. There are two things that I think it is important to remember: 1. There are no good sins. 2. Whatever wrong we do, […]

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10 saints with a bad past

10 Saints Who Prove God’s Grace Is Bigger Than Your Sin

Have you ever heard someone say, “My sin is too big for God to forgive”? Or, maybe you yourself even feel this way at times? This is a lie that the devil would like us to believe, but the truth is no one’s sin is bigger than God’s love, mercy, and forgiveness. He has immeasurable […]

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“I am Sin”: The Different Faces of Sin in Our Lives

The reality of sin, “a fact as practical as potatoes” according to Chesterton, is one that touches all of our lives, and every part of them in different ways. Its power is significant, but it, by no means, should lead us to despair. Our reaction should be humility, the recognition that we can’t do it […]

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6 Good Reasons… err Excuses for Why We Gossip

Why do we gossip? 1. “Because we have nothing better to do, to make time pass.” 2. “I think to feel better about ourselves and to attach ourselves to the people that we’re gossiping about, and to connect.” 3. “We want to compare our own to theirs. We want to see that they’re just as […]

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9 Ways You Might Be Participating In Other People's Sins

9 Ways You Might Be Participating In Other People’s Sins

Talking about sin is not exactly a surefire way to win a popularity contest. Good thing the path to holiness is not a popularity contest! In fact, He promised that it wouldn’t be, both in word (especially in the Beatitudes) and indeed (at His Crucifixion). But isn’t there a kind of cognitive dissonance to refuse […]

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When You Say One Thing

When You Say One Thing, But Do Another: Incoherence

From the moment of humankind’s first sin, the sweet harmony between words and action has proved to be impressively elusive. And the fact that it is something common in all of our lives can make us dangerously insensible to it. The video– sponsored by the Thai Health Promotion Foundation– offers a fresh glance at some […]

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Illustrated Examination Of Conscience

An Examination Of Conscience Illustrated Guide

An Illustrated Guide To Examining Your Conscience 1. Open Yourself Up to God’s Presence Practical tip: find a quiet corner in your home or in a chapel. Having a sacred image in front of you is ideal. Light a candle. Take a few moments to breathe and relax. Start by making the sign of the […]

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Sacrament of Confession

“Get Clean” A Powerful Video about the Sacrament of Confession

Have you ever spent an inordinate amount of time setting up dominoes only to see them fall in a fraction of the time you spent lining them up? When I was a kid, the first time I saw the domino effect in action I remember thinking it was the coolest thing ever. The thrill of […]

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Confession Why should you go to Confession more than a few times a year? This article gives 11 great reasons why you should make Confession a priority!

11 Things That Happen When You Commit To Going To Confession Regularly

As Catholics, we are required to go to Confession once a year, but why stop there? We know Confession can be daunting or difficult, and there might be many reasons why you don’t want to go. However, regular Confession, whether it be monthly, every two weeks, or weekly, doesn’t have to be scary. In fact, […]

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Catholic guide to growing in virtue truemanhood

Virtue Is The Answer | TrueManhood’s Guide To Virtue

Everyone struggles with something. A root sin, a set of bad habits, some sort of fear, something that causes undue anxiety, etc. Many (most?) of us struggle with many such things. So what does a person do? Drew Taylor and I sat down recently to discuss this topic, and more. Check it out here: True […]

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Pope’s Intentions For 2022

Pope’s Intentions For 2022

What does Pope Francis want us to pray for in 2022? Here is a list of the Holy Father's monthly intentions for this year! Pope's Intentions For 2022 These prayers were found on the USCCB's website HERE. Learn more about how to pray with Pope Francis HERE.

What Is Internal Peace?

What Is Internal Peace?

Interior peace is of two kinds: one in the heart or will and the other in the mind or intellect. They are closely connected but they are not the same. Peace of heart for the believing Christian is the absence of conflict between his will and that of others and...

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