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Faith & Life

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…

10 Times Pope Francis Reminded Us It's Ok To Cry
Faith & Life

10 Times Pope Francis Reminded Us It’s Ok To Cry

God has gifted us with many ways to express the emotion that wells within our hearts. Our culture will often…

The Sad Solitude of Those Who Won't Let Go of Their Comfort Blanket (Mark 10:46-52
Gospels

The Sad Solitude of Those Who Won’t Let Go of Their Comfort Blanket (Mark 10:46-52)

As Jesus was leaving Jericho with his disciples and a sizable crowd, Bartimaeus, a blind man, the son of Timaeus, sat by…

inside out
Love and Friendship

Have You Seen Pixar’s Inside Out? 5 Points to Talk About After the Movie

Inside Out is the newest release from Pixar Animation Studios and Disney. We know the Pixar brand’s penchant for entertaining…

Why is the sacrament of Confession important
Confession

It’s Been A Long Time Since I’ve Confessed: Will I Be Forgiven?

Give me your fear and I´ll give you peace. This is the thought which came to my mind after having…

5 Videos that Will Surely Make You Want to Spend More Hours of Your Life in Front of a Screen

[dropcap]L[/dropcap]et’s start with a simple question: “How many hours do you spend looking at a screen?”. Be honest, be clear….

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Pope Francis

How Do You Overcome Sadness And Fear?

The sun is shining, the sky is blue, the world is a beautiful place. What reason does that woman have…

St. Francis Tells Us That It’s Important To Share Your Anxiety With A Friend

If you can lay your anxiety before your spiritual guide, or at least before some trusty and devout friend, you…

When Sadness Overwhelms You Take Advice From St. Clare

Therefore, dearly beloved, may you too always rejoice in the Lord (Phil 4:4). And may neither bitterness nor a cloud…

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