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¿Misa en Español o Inglés?

Algo igual, o muy parecido, me imagino, se repite cada domingo en los hogares hispanos: los padres y sus hijos se enfrentan en una guerra que parece más peligrosa que cualquier otra en la historia. Quizá existen batallas a...

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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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El Temor del Indocumentado

Hoy en día, muchas familias hispanas en los Estados Unidos viven con temor, mucho temor. Este temor no solo les sucede a familias a las que no tienen documentos migratorios legales para estar en este país, sino también a...

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Is a College Degree the Best Choice for Your Child?

“Support your child’s dreams – even if their dream isn’t the same dream you had for them.” Scrolling through Facebook I came across a picture of a mother and a toddler, standing in a field, the above quote sprawling...

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El Joven Bicultural

Recuerdo el día que mis padres escucharon un anuncio después de misa invitando a los jóvenes a participar en un ministerio hispano. Le di una mirada a mi gemela esperando que ella también estuviera pensando lo que yo pensaba:...

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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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For the Sake of Your Child’s Soul

Dear young parent, I am your child’s future youth minister. Your beautiful elementary school child is not yet in our church youth group, but I am hoping he or she will be one day. You see, I watch you...

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Show Me How You See Me

I was sitting with a priest discussing the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. I was interested in deepening my prayer life, but the priest said something unexpected and intriguing. He said, “go to an Adoration Chapel, kneel...

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The Rosary (Part II)

When it comes to the rosary, there is so much goodness, so much grace, and so much that can be said! Last post I gave a very brief history of the rosary, as well as some examples of the...

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One Moment

In this video resource, Bob Lesnefsky delivers a moving spoken word presentation about hope and poverty that dives into the dignity of a person and the victory that Christ brings.

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