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Faith & Life

Does True Womanhood Mean Becoming Exactly Like Men? Catholic Vlogger Emily Wilson Explains All

Womanhood is hard to define, even more so in a culture that suggests that there is no inherent difference between…

Gospel Reflection Glorious Mystery of the Rosary
Faith & Life

“Who Am I and What Am I Doing Here?” ~ Pentecost and Remembrance of Our Identity (Gospel Reflection)

One of the best ways to enrich your experience at Sunday Mass is to pray the Mass Readings personally and…

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The Drama of Our Masks

“I was still laughing as I dressed up, and in the process I completely forgot what I had intended to…

Media

Oops my iPhone 5 Broke! Why? Because the iPhone 6 Just Came Out!

  As the release of Apple’s iPhone 6 is just around the corner, we figured that this video is just…

Catholic Faith

Who am I? Your Identity in Christ

It seems like a simple enough question, but when we ask ourselves “who am I” we are often caught off…

Catholic Faith

Just a Man or Something More? The Video That Will Change How You See Both Christ and Yourself

The decision of belief is, above all, one dealing with our existence. Between “yes” and “no” gapes an abyss. While…

Faith & Life

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…

Faith & Life

Do you have the confidence to take your mask off and be the person God created you to be?

The path towards Christ is one that passes necessarily through growth in self-knowledge and understanding. In drawing closer to Him,…

Thomas Merton

We Must Discover Who We Are and Not Just What We Do

1. We are warmed by fire, not by the smoke of the fire. We are carried over the sea by…

Jean Vanier

“Love is what we want, yet it is what we fear the most.”

Each person with his or her history of being accepted or rejected, with his or her past history of inner…

Jean Vanier

“Happiness Comes When We Choose to Be Who We Are”

“[Happiness] comes when we choose to be who we are, to be ourselves, at this present moment in our lives.”