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We need the rightly formed and applied zeal.
Keep these two realities at the center of Christianity.
What the child in the manger shows us.
What it means to search for the father and be found.
A lesson in holiness and family.
The illogical position of holding to abortion.
Following Jesus means you just want to be with him.
What should it be and why?
The Need for Virtue in our Nation.
Virtue is what politics needs.
The impact of faith in our schools.
That state of the union.
What I learned from giving up my career.
Where is faith in America and how do we respond?
What does Halloween mean for our faith?
In immense suffering, God is always present.
Does God Celebrate Halloween?
What becoming a dad has taught me about Mary.
They guard, guide and lead us to see who the Father is.
Jesus raises a dead man, triathlons and Saving Private Ryan.
Education system and a Bishop speaks out against Biden.
For teachers to pray and for us to pray for teachers.
Why did he come and what is the evidence that he is who he says he is?
Is his conversion real?
A response to an article by The Atlantic.
Mary is assumed because of spiritual physics and her literal holiness.
The state of the union and our response.
Carve out intentional time with God so that the summer does not slip away.
The secret to a life that is full and fulfilling.
Making the summer a time for holiness and centering on family.
Encourage and take part.
Pilate and the abortion debate.
The power of someone’s last words deliver their identity and loving inheritance.
Practical tips for the holiest week of the year.
Finish Lent and implement the characteristics of his life, year-round.
Who is God and who are we in relation to Him?
Consecration to her heart is what we all need.
Looking for aid is a way to invite others to journey with you.
Where does our faith stand when lives are on the line?
An identity pilgrimage rooted in Christ.
The problem at hand and the two critical first steps in responding.
Swift, compassionate and decisive response is needed when tragedy occurs.
The sorrows of our times allows us to be like Mary.
Raising our crosses high rather than simply carrying them will determine their redemptive effects in our lives.
His Heart is for you.
Practical tips to create an environment where we can profoundly encounter the heart of God.
Responding to clear denials of Church teaching with humility and logic.
Intimacy with Jesus Christ is a real possibility.
Remembering how our bodies reveal who we are and what will bring fulfillment.
Prayer and charity sound simple, but they are the answer.
What can do we against the culture surrounding us?
Why make a declaration on the Latin Mass?
The Rule of Benedict is for those in the world.
Knowing who she is and how Christ founded her is all the reason we need.
David beats Goliath when truth and God are our reliance.
Our country was grounded on God, so it must remain steadfast to its roots.
We are being called into our boats to save those who are in trouble.
The beauty and necessity of the Sunday obligation.
We are all chosen.
We are placed at the one moment and time when he suffered and died for us.
Rational debate must lead the way over divisive tactics.
Going back to normal means that normal was productive.
Worship is essential and necessary, so go back to church.
Everything this saint has to say regards directing out eyes to Christ.
Let Him find you and allow Him to see you.
The forgotten day is so needed.
Shatter your life open and become like Him.
Culture is based on what we worship and worship must be restored.
Say yes, and allow God’s authority to rule your life.
The future is uncertain, but God’s presence is not.
The lessons these two amazing saints call us to emulate.
“The giant of the man behind the holiday.”
“Obedience, parenting, and how we can get better.”
“The moment when God gave his life for you.”
“God did not come to us virtually, but came and continues to come in the flesh.”
Truth is when our thoughts and reality align, it is not determined by the powerful.
“The physical contact created with God through worship is vital to following him and cannot be met through virtual means.”
All things are made new, in Him.
More than ever before we need to place faith first.
Where do you receive your truth from?
“Without measure and without cost.”
Mission and motivation, have one.
God wins our hearts through a person.
God always shows up, so wait well.
Politics is now desiring to redefine what it means to follow Jesus.
If we really knew Jesus, we would know that we need each other.
Zeal drove his life for Christ.
When everything is sacred, nothing is holy.
She was all his, and gave her all to be with him.
At his side, we find the answer to all our woes.
Rejecting God allows for anything to reign.
This relativistic mind frame has a deep past which is leading to absurdity.
Christ’s interactions show us how he defeats every obstacle.
How we move forward from 2020 will define us.
Will you make room for Him?
A focus on what really happens when God takes flesh.
“The actions of Joseph teach men how to be virtuous and women and children that they deserve to be protected, trusted, and cared for.”
The link of the wood of the tree throughout salvation history.
Our neighbor (and Santa) is not an outcast to be feared.
Protector of Mary and Jesus, he always listened for God’s message.
“We are made for communion, rejection of it leads only to unfilment.”
“They were never distracted from what was most important.”
The most visited site in the world bears the most undoubted miracle.
Remembering her 1979 Novel Peace Prize speech – would our culture cancel her?
“God surrounds her with His love, and she chooses Him above all.”
Everything he did, pointed to Jesus. How do bring him into the forefront of our lives?
Renewal is coming, in Jesus’ name and power.
What separates us from all other religions.
The apostle who was okay with being in the shadow, shows us the way.
Remember what the Church is and what she does.
“Don’t forget why the Church exists.”
If we know what holiness is, we know how to look at JPII
Just who is with us in our boat?
Perspective does not always equal reality…
“All people are born as originals, but most die as photocopies.”
If what we believe is true, then what exactly does this mean?
“Have you ever really looked at a crucifix?”
At the end of life let us go to Him with empty hands, and he will fill them, making our littleness, enough.
Take my whole life too…sacrificial love in our lifelong unions.
Becoming launchpads for encountering the true and living God.
When read in this way, his words become alive.
Steering the discourse of everything we do should be the cardinal virtues.
How to navigate the story waters and confusion.
Her message of “I Thirst” leads the way
The recipe for our relationship with God is wrapped up in the Eucharist.
Humanity can never be “good enough” without God.
False accusations, unreasonable opinions, and hatred appear to be running the day.
No program will renew the Church, only a deeper immersion inside of the reality of the Eucharist will do so.
Serving the poor and evangelizing the globe
She says nothing, but communicates the most important truth.
How do we rebuild the faith that once surrounded this space?
The Associated Press’ accusation is unfounded and plain wrong. The Church gives, it does not steal.
The Canaanite woman’s faith shows us the power of persistence in faith
How the man Kolbe died for provides insight into human existence.
The power of Christ’s Mother is real and evident
Sometimes the rescue mission is a call to go after those right in front of us.
What do we do with our questions about faith?
The Christian response
“She is the world’s first love.”
Our words “rise to God like incense”, he hears our words and brings us to himself.
“Come into contact with the only route to human flourishing.”
“On the minds and hearts of many is the desire to have contact with the divine.”
“Who are these sisters and what do they actually believe in and fight for?”
“Where your treasure is, there also, will your heart be.”
Coming Home: A Return to the Sacraments
“An experience of no longer being separated from the Mass and Confession.”
“God desires to be close to those who have been separated.”
“How to respond to the present moment.”
“Once a personal connection is made, Mary knows who is in front of her.”
“What keeps you going in times of trial?”
“Prayer, Catholic doctrine, Peter’s love, and fraternal charity.”
“Placing God at the center.”
“Uplift society, don’t destroy it.”
“No negative reality can defeat us.”
“Work and prayer feed the fire of love.”
“A vision towards Christ.”
“Sacrificial and unconditional love is not impossible.”
“Christify the world through our ordinariness.”
“A lesson in how many understand the message of God and how they choose to respond to it.”
“Injustice proves there is a right and wrong; there is a God.”
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