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Accommodating Jesus

Therefore many of His disciples, when they heard this said, “This is a difficult statement; who can listen to it?”  – John 6:60 Being a person of faith is not easy. Nor should it be. Too often we try to make the faith fit our lives, when in reality, it should be the other way […]

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Immersed in Grace

In a recent post, “The Struggle is Real,” one of our writers gave a very clear and informative overview of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, powerfully outlining the difference between a mortal sin and a venial sin, and explaining that confession is a powerful way to exorcise our guilt over our own sinfulness in order to […]

Correct approach to divinization

How Will I Know?

Sorry to disappoint some people, but this won’t be Whitney Houston’s lyrics to that song. How many times have you gone through life and asked yourself, “What does God have in store for me? What could He possibly have planned for my life?” It seems that almost everyone asks themselves those kinds of questions every […]

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The Struggle is Real

Confession. Some people go to it daily. Others cringe at the very mention of the word. As Catholics, we are required to confess our sins to a priest so that we can receive the Eucharist. I would first like to share a story about my experience with confession. I remember being young and going to […]

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A prayer For Perfect Trust

If you are on the East coast, I’m certain you are experiencing the lovely warm unseasonably temps of November. Typically at this time of year we would be either contending with snow, rain or colder temperatures. However, this year God has been quite kind to us with a few days of 70 degree weather. While […]

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