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A Guide for Celebrating Lent with Your Family

The Lenten season is an opportunity to thoughtfully instill the Catholic faith in your children, taking it beyond mere words to action. This can be achieved through prayers, meditation and reflections, making small sacrifices that bring us closer to God, and helping those less fortunate. We’ve created this blog post to be a guide as [...]

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The Value of Fasting During Lent: 4 Reasons Why We Abstain

“What are you giving up for Lent?” is a common question among us Catholics this time of year. This is far more than merely tradition, however. It is a way for us to move closer to our Lord and Savior as we walk with Him to the cross and, ultimately, celebrate His glorious resurrection. Continue Reading

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40 Prayers and Reflections for Lent 2017

The resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, is the culmination of God’s promise to us. It is a time of celebration, but also a time of remarkable power. Once and for all, we are assured that light overcomes darkness, and Jesus is with us always. Continue Reading

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Easter and Lenten Gift Guide: Honor the Passion and Celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus

The Lenten season is a time to reflect on the sacrifice of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and contemplate His love for each and every one of us. This is love so great that He gave His life so that we may be free from the weight of our human failings, and rise again [...]

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Heaven Starts Now

“How can I know the Lord’s plan for my life? Does Jesus really expect me to be holy like the great saints?” These are questions that each of us, in whatever vocation, has asked ourselves time and again. But did you know that the answer is really quite simple? The Word of the Lord says [...]

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Lord, Prepare My Hands for Battle

Are you looking for a small Catholic book on prayer that packs a big punch? Look no further than January’s Book of the Month, “Lord, Prepare My Hands for Battle” Jesse Romero brings years of experience working with both believers and non-believers alike in his ministry. Primarily an apologist, this spirit-filled man and graduate of [...]

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9 Fun Christmas Crafts to Help Christian Kids Celebrate Jesus

Christmas time is magical for little ones and for those of us who are so very fortunate to have them in our lives. Their joy and excitement is contagious. Nurture and encourage their enthusiasm, while teaching them about the reason for the season with these nine fun, easy crafts.  
Star of Bethlehem
With these three easy [...]

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Christmas Cards: 20 Quotes, Sayings & Ideas for Spreading Your Love This Season

Christmas is a blessed time to remember the miraculous Gift of God's love and there are few better ways to celebrate than with Catholic Christmas cards. The tradition of sending specially designed Christmas cards dates back to England in 1843, when Sir Henry Cole designed the first card.

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Pope Francis; The Story of the Holy Father

Welcome to one of the most unique Catholic books complied about our Holy Father to date! In this gorgeous hardcover slipcase, you’ll discover the life of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, beginning with his birth in Argentina. And following him through childhood, his study at the Jesuit seminary, ordination and his rise from a bishop, to cardinal [...]

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11 Inspiring Advent & Christmas Quotes, Prayers and Bible Verses

Advent is a wonderful time to spend in prayer and reflection on Christ’s miraculous entry into our world.
This year the blessed season of Advent begins on Sunday, Nov. 27, the feast day of St. Andrew the Apostle. Catholic families will once again celebrate the period before Christmas by lighting candles, commemorating the days with Advent [...]

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