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Obedience and Thanksgiving | Liturgy Live 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This week on the podcast we talk about the O word, yes the word that sends some into a fit…

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Family

What Can We Learn From Squanto? PLUS – A Thanksgiving Prayer

    Thanksgiving Prayer  O God, source and giver of all things,You manifest your infinite majesty, power and goodnessIn the…

what is eucharistic adoration
Adoration

All Your Questions About Adoration Answered…What Is It? How Do I Go? What Do I Do? And More!

Maybe, you’ve seen our posts about the benefits of Adoration or heard some of your Catholic friends talk about “going…

Adoration

10 Surprising Things That Happen When You Go To Adoration More Often

The Eucharist is described in the Catechism as the ‘source and summit’ of our faith. Finding the time to go…

gratitude
Love and Friendship

15 Quotes To Remind You of the Importance of Gratitude

Gratitude is one of the most underrated virtues. It’s so often misconstrued as false enthusiasm, naivety or new-age positivity. It’s…

Love and Friendship

The Magnificat: Canticle of Mary and Magnifying Glass of Intercessory Love

The Magnificat – otherwise known as the Canticle of Mary – is a beautiful, ancient, scriptural “song” of praise spoken…

Leprosy Healing Jesus
Gospels

The Biblical Image Of The Leper And What It Means For Us | Catholic Bible Study

As Jesus continued his journey to Jerusalem, he traveled through Samaria and Galilee. As he was entering a village, ten…

7 Ways To Give Thanks After An Answered Prayer
Faith & Life

7 Ways To Give Thanks After An Answered Prayer

There are wonderful times in our lives when God answers a prayer. Maybe it is something we have been praying…

How St. Mother Teresa Practiced Gratitude

The best way to show gratitude to God is to accept everything, even my problems, with joy.  Can You Be…

St. Thomas Aquinas

The Sacrament Of Love | St. Thomas Aquinas Quote

The Eucharist is the Sacrament of Love; It signifies Love, It produces love. The Eucharist is the consummation of the…

Pray The “Te Deum” On New Year’s Eve For A Plenary Indulgence

Te Deum – The Perfect New Year’s Eve Prayer for Catholics O God, we praise Thee and acknowledge Thee to…

He Acts As If He Had No One To Love But Me

Suffering has done God’s work her soul, and I am filled with thanksgiving and gratitude. What mercy, what love the…

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