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Learning from the Early Church: How to Form Your Conscience
Elizabeth Slaten Published: June 18, 2021 Source As discussed in a previous article, the Church teaches that God has given each of us a conscience to help us properly navigate the decisions we make throughout our lives. Here is how the Catechism of the Catholic Church describes the conscience:&...

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From the Director: Zoom Meeting with Christ?
Stacy A. Trasancos Published: June 7, 2021 Source Last week, Bishop Strickland and I recorded a podcast interview with Cy Kellett. I have known Cy since 2016. We first met when he interviewed me at Catholic Answers on a new show called Catholic Answers Focus, a show that engages serious thinker...

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A Priest Breaks Down The Sacrament Of Reconciliation In A Way Everyone Will Understand
by Garrett Johnson Source The Sacrament of Reconciliation… Hmmm, just what do these ‘big’ words actually mean? Let’s take this time to unpack their meaning. A Sacrament First, “sacrament”. Do you love somebody – parents, spouse, children, and frie...

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June Is Devoted To The Sacred Heart Of Jesus | Mark Your Calendar!
by Genevieve Perkins Source Did you know that each month has a traditional Catholic devotion? We can focus on each devotion month-by-month to grow in our faith and traditions. Make yourself notes, write them on your calendar, and pray a specific prayer each day of the month to remember. You coul...

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The Flight from Hypocrisy

Posted on June 15, 2021 in: General News

The Flight from Hypocrisy
Dr. Donald DeMarco Published: June 8, 2021 Source More people than I care to remember have told me that they left the Church because they could not abide the hypocrisy. One does not need to be Sherlock Holmes to discover the presence of hypocrisy in the Church. Hypocrisy, the tribute that vice ...

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12 Promises from the Sacred Heart of Jesus
June 24, 2017 By Steven Jonathan Rummelsburg Source As a small child, Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, 1647-1690, preferred prayer and contemplation over childish play, owing perhaps to the extraordinary virtue of her parents. However, she had heavy burdens from her earliest years. She lost her fa...

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How To Pray The Rosary With Children
Embrace The Joyful Chaos! by Drew and Katie Taylor Source Historically the Rosary is a simple alternative to the Liturgy of the Hours. If you couldn’t read or afford the book, these prayers allowed for the lay or common man to enter into contemplative, daily prayer reflecting over the l...

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W(holy) Taking Care of You: Six Ways to Uplift Your Mental Health
Sonja Morin Published: May 14, 2021 Source You hear it all the time – the endless list of tips on how to protect your physical health. Practices for maintaining spiritual health are shared by our parish priests, and those in our faith community. Thankfully, a third vein of advice is arriv...

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From the Executive Director: What Does Grace Feel Like?
Stacy A. Trasancos Published: May 17, 2021 Source Being a convert and a chemist, I am a visual person. I need models and images to picture in my mind, much like a scaffolding, so I can build understanding of an abstract concept. This is what we do when we draw atoms with nuclei and whirling ele...

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3 Ways To Use Your Rosary

Posted on May 13, 2021 in: General News

3 Ways To Use Your Rosary
(Hint: It’s Not a Necklace) Becky Roach Source You probably have a rosary lying around your house somewhere.  Maybe you received it as a Confirmation gift or picked one up when the sweet old lady was passing them out at church, but you don’t really know what to do with it. &n...

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