10 Quick Facts About God

Watch this short video to learn 10 facts about God—and something about you too! Continue reading

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Destiny and Happiness

Your destiny of happiness is found in living in harmony with God’s saving plan of love!

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Prayer of St. Francis: an important prayer for families

I think the following prayer is a great way for families to start their day. Continue reading

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The Sacraments: Encountering the Mysteries of the Life of Christ

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Many non-Catholic Christians today incorrectly believe sacraments to be nothing more than symbols which prompt us to turn our attention in faith toward God, as a sign might remind us of something we should do or a particular path we should take. Continue reading

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Postmodern Autonomy: A modern-day perversion of the human heart

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When we reflect on the fact that Jesus deliberately chose Judas as one of the twelve knowing that he would betray him, and that Judas freely chose his own opposing path, we encounter the mystery of the call of God to humanity and its struggle with the exercise of human freedom. Continue reading

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Wounded Human Nature is a “Strange Nature”

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Wounded human nature is a “strange nature” wherein the false is sometimes embraced for its perceived comfort, nourished for fear of the pain one might incur in curing it, and upheld on the shaky principle of rigid stubbornness. Continue reading

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The Power of the Resurrection in our Lives: Christ Is Risen; Indeed, He Is Risen!

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Catholics do not believe in the Resurrection merely because we have been told it is so; we believe in it because the living community of the Church has witnessed it. We are a people who have witnessed the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Resurrection is, then, a historical event in the life of the People of God. Continue reading

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I Believe That I May Understand

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Through the gift of faith we are enabled to assent fully and freely to the entire content of God’s revelation in Jesus Christ. Continue reading

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Third Sunday of Lent: Repentance In The Desert

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It is important to understand that sin and God’s holiness are incompatible. There is a radical conflict between the total and infinite purity, goodness, perfection and holiness of God, and the horrid, empty, constrictive and dark nature of sin. Every sin is an attack against God, his purity, holiness and truth. At the heart of sin is always a disordered self-love, a pride which seeks to suppress the truth about God and supplant the Creator with the creature. Continue reading

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Second Sunday of Lent: The Transfiguration Offers a Window Into Your Future

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The season of Lent is ordered toward finding new life in Christ. And there are indeed very great promises attached to this new life! St. Paul teaches that we await our Savior, who will “change our lowly body to conform with his glorified body” (Phil. 3:21). He is here speaking of the second coming of Christ and the general resurrection of the dead. That is the great hope to which Lent directs us: the resurrection of Christ on Easter Sunday, which foreshadows that moment at the end of history when we too shall be raised from the dead by Christ. Continue reading

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