Depression: Down, But Not Out

According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at any given time, approximately 3 % of adults have major depression, also

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Living the Sorrowful Mysteries

The Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary has been an integral part of Catholic prayer life for centuries. Following in the footsteps of Jesus while

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How Salvation is Like Marriage

Salvation is like a perfect marriage. Ask yourself: “Is a perfect marriage a fifty-fifty proposition?” I would say the answer is positively not. Why should

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Be The Tabernacle

Can the infinite and eternal God become small enough to fit inside of us, body, blood, soul and divinity?  The ENTIRE Christ, not an abstract

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Holy War, Catholic Style

The headlines are graphic and sickening. Christians are being murdered systematically in the Middle East. It seems that while we look on in horror, the world is

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The Hell There Is!

We’ve all witnessed or experienced it. The screaming and squirming child that does everything in his power to thwart the parent’s efforts to love him

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Heaven Is For Children

“Unless you turn and become as children, you will never enter into the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 18:3) I was doing some reflecting on this

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God is the Ultimate Therapist

One of the more common statements that we hear from Protestants in regards to confessing our sins to an ordained priest is “I just confess

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