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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 […]

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The Love in (Vance) Joy

Vance Joy, a talented musician who’s been growing in popularity since his 2014 hit, Riptide, is no contemporary Christian artist, but that doesn’t mean he can’t come up with one of the best songs about self-sacrificial love that I’ve heard so far in my life. In fact, it sweetens the whole deal that this was likely […]

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Without Love We Have Nothing.

Recently while on a retreat I was able to witness the power and glory of the Holy Spirit in many ways. During a time of praise and worship in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, the Holy Spirit took over. People were experiencing Him through His many gifts, resting in the Spirit, praying over others, singing […]

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Jesus, the model parent

There are so many ways in which I wish I could be more Christ-like. Of course, we all strive for these qualities, as we should, but it never ceases to amaze me how many new and different ways Christ shows me the ways to be better than I am. I realized another facet recently. Patience. […]

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Trust in the Lord

I’m the kind of person that wants to have all the answers, before I even know the question. I have to prepare myself and think things through, which is why in school I hardly ever raise my hand, because I have to make sure that I know the answer. Last night in prayer, as I […]

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