As we say goodbye to 2017 and hello to 2018, it is common here in the western world to make new years resolutions in an effort to better ourselves for the new year. Why don't we use this to better our faith life?
This is something I mentioned in the last post I made. We’ve noticed that lots of people read our blog and listen to our podcast, but very few people subscribe to our blog by email or follow us on Facebook or Instagram. We would very much appreciate it if you were to do so. Since … Continue reading Advent Reflections – Week 2
Before I get on with the post, I wanted to mention something. We've noticed that lots of people read our blog and listen to our podcast, but very few people subscribe to our blog by email or follow us on Facebook or Instagram. I would very much appreciate it if you were to do so. … Continue reading Advent Reflections – Week 1
"If we settle, our movement will lose momentum and die." Matthew Handley discusses the pro-life victory last week in the House and what it means for the movement.
The following article was written in 2014 by Esther Rich of the Chastity Project. Although it is a few years old it relates perfectly to what we were talking about on our most recent episode, Pure Dating Relationships and I wanted to share it here. Also, I've attached a prayer for your future spouse that … Continue reading Why You Should Pray for Your Future Spouse
Yesterday was Pentecost Sunday, the day when the Holy Spirit came down upon the Apostles and they spoke in tongues to the people of Jerusalem. As promised, here are some prayers that may be helpful for you to the Holy Spirit. These prayers were taken from Catholic Online and are originally from St. Augustine. Spirit … Continue reading Prayers to the Holy Spirit
Most parishes throughout the country offer Stations of the Cross on Fridays during Lent. While most use the traditional Way of the Cross, my parish here in Raleigh began mixing it up by using St. John Paul II's version, from 1991. JPII prayed Via Crucis on Good Friday, 1991, in the Vatican. It has been transcribed, and published … Continue reading Stations of the Cross