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Why Do Catholics Have the Crucifix and Not “Just” the Cross?

Here’s a riddle: “What has to happen before Easter Sunday?” (If you replied “color eggs” go to the back of the room. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200). Before we can get to the glory of the...

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Let’s Continue Our Lady’s Peace Plan for the World

Last October we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the last apparition of Fatima and the famous Miracle of the Sun, but the messages that rocked the world a century ago continue to speak to the hearts and minds of...

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A Perfect New Year’s Resolution

Are you looking for the perfect New Year’s Resolution? One that is going to truly make this year great? One that will hold you to greater accountability to being the person that God has created you to be? How...

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Created To Worship

There is something incredible about watching a creative person work. I was walking in downtown Madison, WI and passed a crowd of people. I was curious, so I stopped to see what everyone was interested in. There was a...

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That Awkward Moment: Sharing Your Faith With Your Family

The holidays are upon us again. Turkeys are thawing. Belts will be loosening. Stores will be opening. Credit cards sliding and personal debt rising. I love the holidays and wish they were only about gratitude (Thanksgiving), preparation (Advent) and...

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Snowflake Generation

Is bullying and over-reliance on social media really behind the increased numbers of youth suicide and drug addiction, or is the lack of religion and the higher meaning it lends to life the real culprit? Writing for National Review,...

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Wonder Woman and the Wonder of Women

While most of the world hails the blockbuster movie, Wonder Woman, as a new box-office record for a film directed by a woman, the devoted mother who starred in the movie and who was five months pregnant while filming...

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The Truth about Ouija Boards, Psychics, Mediums, and Spiritualism

It doesn’t matter mow old you are right now. God is always ready to share His love and truth with you. Do you desire to know God and His love? Do you care enough to seek His truth about...

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Admitting My Sins

The Sacrament of Reconciliation lies in wait for us Catholics. In many parishes, the lines at the confessional are short. A parish with 2500 families generally schedules one hour a week for confessions, additional options available “by appointment.” We...

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Fo’ Yo’ Mama

How exactly do you thank your mother for being your mother? I mean, seriously… this woman carried you in her body for nine months; she endured back-breaking, ankle-swelling discomfort, sleepless nights, weird food cravings, dramatic weight gain, and hormone...

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