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Three Ways to Engage with Modern Culture

As Christians, we are often encouraged to live in the world but not of the world. But with a culture inundated with some negative, less-than-desirable media, it can feel discouraging to dig through and find the positive things worth...

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An Inside Look at How Teens Use Social Media

As Life Teen’s coordinator of digital evangelization and outreach, a large part of what I do is manage our social media and aim to communicate truth to teens through social media. Some days, when I see some of the...

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Making Sense of Terror with Your Teen

We’ve reached a point where we can’t remember a time without constant news reports of mass violence or acts of terror. Even if we can step back and recognize that there are more days without them than with them,...

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All You Need to Know About Fortnite

If you or anyone you know is remotely into the world of gaming, you have most likely heard the name Fortnite. This is by far one of the most popular games right now and here is a little insight...

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The #NeverAgain Movement and Why it Still Deserves our Attention

Every generation in America has championed its own charismatic leader of change. For my grandparents, it was Martin Luther King, Jr. — larger than life, pleading for equality, and poetically campaigning for unity. For my parents, it was the...

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Three Tips to Help Your Teen After A Summer Conference

It’s almost time for school… the hot summer days are coming to an end. That also means the end of the conference season for youth ministers and youth ministry programs across the country. From Steubenville Conferences to the Life...

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Who Do Your Teens Follow?

What does it mean to follow someone on social media? In social media, a follow represents a user who chooses to see all of another user’s posts in their content feed. Getting followers is a primary objective for online...

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Redeemed Eyes on a Fallen Kingdom: A Catholic Review of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Cardinal John Henry Newman once argued for a specific piece of literature’s place in a university’s curriculum because he believed that it was through the reading and studying of literature that his students could learn how to deal with...

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Compassion Fatigue of the Sandwich Generation

If you are reading this and are a woman who faces the unique opportunities and challenges of both parenting teens and caring for your own aging parents, you are a part of the Sandwich Generation. It is becoming an...

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I Solemnly Resolve, To Change How I Look At My New Years Resolutions

Have you ever played 9 Dots? Making a New Year’s resolution is like playing 9 Dots. It looks easy enough, and it sounds easy enough, but then we find it hard to complete. Here is what nine dots looks...

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