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How To Experience The Sacred Triduum With Children

Mar 23, 2018 By Whitney Hetzel

Holy Week is the most solemn and glorious week of the church year—even more so than Christmas. Beginning with Palm Sunday, when Jesus entered triumphantly into Jerusalem, and ending with Easter Sunday, Holy Week progresses to its final days with great solemnity. Sundown on Holy Thursday to sundown on Easter Sunday is referred to[...]

How To Celebrate As A Catholic When It’s Ash Wednesday & St. Valentine’s Day

Feb 13, 2018 By Genevieve Cunningham
How To Celebrate Ash Wednesday & St. Valentine's Day Like A Catholic

Catholics everywhere are talking about it. "Ash Wednesday and Valentine's Day are on the same day this year. What do we DO?" No worries. The answer is actually pretty simple. We just haven't had to worry about this since 1945, and the coinciding of Ash Wednesday and Valentine's Day won't happen again until 2024. In the meantime,[...]

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3 Ways We Can Become Spiritual Olympians

Feb 09, 2018 By Whitney Hetzel
3 Ways We Can Become Spiritual Olympians

Whether we ourselves are athletes or not, most of us recognize what it takes to compete in the Olympic Games. There is a universal understanding that athletes in the Olympics have worked hard to get there. As we watch the games, we will witness these athletes struggle against pain, face adversity, and push through mental obstacl[...]

CATEGORIES: Catholic Living / Prayer

Letter of St. Thomas Aquinas to Brother John: "How To Study"

Jan 26, 2018 By Catherine McManamon

On January 28th, the Church celebrates the feast day of St. Thomas Aquinas. He was born into a wealthy and noble family in Aquino, Italy, the pious and brilliant son of a count—and a lucrative career was planned for him. When Thomas sought to enter the newly-founded Dominican order to be a poor mendicant friar, his mother held h[...]

8 (Spiritual) New Year's Resolutions for Catholics

Dec 31, 2017 By Gretchen Filz

January is here again, and it's time to make the annual New Year's resolutions. Every Catholic should add to their list a few spiritual resolutions designed to help them walk higher up that mountain of faith. Let the freshness of a new year be your impetus to make new strides in your walk with God. There is no time but the pre[...]

Do You Struggle With Gossip? Read These Saint Quotes!

Dec 21, 2017 By Mary Kate

The temptation to gossip is part of being human. But it's possible that our digital world—with it's constant use of instant communication and information sharing—makes it easier to do, and with so many ways to talk to my friends I find myself making allowances for comments that aren't nice, useful or necessary. So for the next c[...]

CATEGORIES: Catholic Living / Prayer