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Words of Priestly Wisdom: Insights on Advent’s Core Themes of Hope, Preparation, Joy, & Love

Advent — the season of anticipation of Jesus Christ’s birth and preparation for His second coming is on the way. And to truly honor the meaning of the season, it can be helpful to focus on Advent’s key themes: hope, preparation, joy, and love.
Last fall, we were fortunate enough to speak with four Minnesota-based priests [...]

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Your Guide to Christian Stocking Stuffers: Ideas for Infants, Toddlers, Young Kids, & Adults

Your family’s Christmas stockings have been hung by the chimney with care — and everyone has been on Santa’s Nice List all year. But what treats and goodies will be found within their stockings on Christmas morning?
If the Santa in your household is looking for a little inspiration, look no further. We’ve rounded up a [...]

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The 2018 Christmas Gift Guide for Christians: Great Holiday Gift Giving Ideas for Everyone on Your List

Carolers are singing. Jingle bells are ring-ting-tingling. And the Christmas holiday shopping season is definitely in full "swinging."
For centuries, the Advent and Christmas holiday season have been much-anticipated times of Christian reflection and worldly celebration. Of course, it’s also a time of sharing hope, peace, joy, and love — topped off with the giving of [...]

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Choose Your Own Advent-ure: How Your Family Can Take Part in 4 Advent Traditions

For centuries, Advent has been a religious and spiritual cornerstone of the holiday season, encouraging Christians to slow down, reflect, and meaningfully prepare for the Christmas celebration.
Over the years, many practices and cultures have influenced how we celebrate the Advent season—with four core symbols emerging and cementing themselves as seasonal musts: Advent Calendars, Advent Wreaths [...]

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Avoiding the Christmas Chaos: 7 Things You Can Do Now to Prepare for the Season of Giving

While Advent, the season of preparation ahead of the Christmas celebration, is still months away, we believe it’s never too early to start planning and prepping for the season of giving.
Because let’s face it, when the holiday season “officially” arrives, our schedules can get pretty chaotic—despite our best attempts to stay true to old traditions [...]

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A History of the Catholic Church

Leaflet Missal’s choice for June Catholic Book of the month is A History of the Church in 100 Objects by Mike Aquilina. In it Aquilina aims to tell the story of Christianity in a unique way. He does this by telling 100 stories about individual objects that represent something significant in the story and life [...]

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In God’s Hands

Sometimes even the saints, those closest to the Divine Heart of Jesus, ask themselves, “Am I serving God?” This singular question illuminates many of the daily entries of our choice for April’s Catholic Book of the Month, “In God’s Hands; the Spiritual Diaries of Pope Saint John Paul II” Over the course of his papacy [...]

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The Catholic Beginner’s Guide to Selecting a Godparent for Your Child

You’ll experience plenty of firsts bringing a child into the world. Their first steps. Their first words. And, of course, their first sacrament: Baptism — which signals the beginning of their relationship with God.
Of course, when it comes to launching your child’s journey with God through Baptism, a godparent plays an important role — and [...]

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The Catholic Beginner’s Guide to Being A Godparent

Anyone who loves fairy tales knows the importance of the godparent. The character is often central to the story, and serves as a moral compass and mentor. While fairy tales are often fantasy, the stories can offer a small glimpse into the real-life role of being a Catholic godparent. Minus the fairy dust and magic [...]

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In Sinu Jesu

The themes present in this beautiful work are as follows: Adoration, Priesthood, Reparation, Friendship, Consolation, Trust and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Our Lord, through the hand of this humble author, here tells us of His deep desire for personal friendship with his priests, in order that a sacerdotal, or priestly, Pentecost may set hearts on [...]

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