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Hiding behind a “God loves you” message while accepting slavery to sin and rebellion is not love.
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“Divine love is infinite love. Satanic hatred is limited.”
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The new document was written specifically to address Catholic schools, where teaching is often at odds with radical cultural ideology.
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Are thrill seekers who risk their lives for bragging rights suffering from restless hearts?
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The saints, and ordinary Catholics, bear testimony to the love and power of our guardian angels
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It is the Catholic Church, not Melinda Gates, who is the “pillar and foundation” of truth.
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“Mary, Mother of Jesus, please be a mother to us now.”
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“Dear God, give me eyes to see, a mind that is open and a heart filled with compassion.”
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Father Flanagan dedicated his life to ministering to broken children.
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“Every worldly priest hinders the growth of the Church. Every saintly priest promotes it.”
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“People should not be terrified of Satan; he is a creature of God. Fear comes from an overemphasis on his power.”
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After all, it’s holiness, not intelligence, that makes saints.
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Pray for speeders — and thank God for car troubles
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Suggestions for prayer, fasting and almsgiving during Passiontide — the last two weeks of the Lenten season
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Let’s pray that Unplanned overcomes its R rating to touch hearts and save lives
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“When Divine Life came to the world, He, too, was treated as disposable life.”
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“Either they are intentionally promoting demonic things, or they are ignorant. Either way, they are responsible for spreading evil.”
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“Jesus slept with the protection of Joseph.”
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Walter Hoye and Matt Fradd fight to free men from an epidemic of our times
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As any exorcist will attest, we can’t use the devil — the devil uses us.
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“Father, you can have my eyes. You can have anything. You can have everything!”
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Pray for our priests. They need our prayers, and we need them to bring us the sacraments and shepherd us.
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Many early champions of women’s rights in the U.S. made their opposition to abortion clear.
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The destructive force of envy can destroy a soul.
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Ronin Hsiao’s story is not about hearing. It’s about seeing.
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Rebellion against God and nature and the vilification of men is the way to failure
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“There is spiritual warfare going on by removing the Eucharist—who is Jesus Christ—from people’s lives.”
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“One confession is worth 100 exorcisms.”
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Devotion to Mary is God’s way and can be our way too.
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Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patroness of the Americas and of the unborn, giving us great hope to overcome the culture of death of today.
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Our eternal home is in heaven and it is not over-populated
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Those pleading for change need to be listened to
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“I’m convinced that the way this gender thing has spread is demonic.”
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Words of advice from Phil Lawler, Marcy Klatt, Edward Sri and George Weigel
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“For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” (Mark 8:38)
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Brace yourself for anything and after the election, regardless of the results, simply proceed as you were.
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Praying for the dead is an obligation that even Catholics often neglect.
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“I don’t feel fearful. I believe I am on the winning side.”
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As long as we walk with the Lord, there is nothing to fear.
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Word is spreading to pray and fast, not just for the protection of Kavanaugh, but for those who wish him harm.
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Bl. Óscar Romero pleaded for the conversion of all hearts through the Gospel, not through violence.
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All other issues pale in comparison to the right to live.
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Children’s Hospital Colorado assists in sex-reassignment for children at their ‘TRUE Center for Gender Diversity,’ despite science that advises otherwise.
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Even in the midst of bad news, we still have good news.
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“All forms of divination are to be rejected. ... They contradict the honor, respect, and loving fear that we owe to God alone.” (CCC 2116)
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Prayer and fasting disarms the devil. Why would a priest tell people not to do it?
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It’s better to shine light on scandalous behavior than to celebrate it as a lifestyle.
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“By sexually abusing children, Satan desires to destroy the icon of the kingdom of God.”
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“If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you” (John 15:7)
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“Scandals show us that rank does not mean holiness. Holiness happens only when we are personally committed to Christ.”
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“There is such a thing as a spirit of divorce and you see circles of friends all divorcing at the same time.”
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St. Joseph, pray for us and for the clarity to see the obvious.
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Yearning for the supernatural is inborn but entering through the wrong door leads to spiritual harm.
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“Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened round his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.” (Matthew 18:6)
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“Repent and turn again so your sins may be blotted out...”
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“We want to proclaim the Gospel continually and call people into the fullness of missionary discipleship”
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“There is no problem, I tell you, no matter how difficult it is, that we cannot solve by the prayer of the Holy Rosary.”
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“You are looking for me. I am who you are searching for.”
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The Diocese of Las Cruces is conducting an investigation into the phenomenon
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With the goal of loving others, making friends and opening doors to the Gospel, here are 8 suggestions
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Was Manson possessed? I asked an exorcist and a Catholic psychiatrist who works with exorcists what they thought.
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“Gray hair is a crown of glory; it is gained in a righteous life.” (Proverbs 16:31)
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“You can fool all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.”
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Following the example of Christ, the Church warns the faithful of the "sad and lamentable reality of eternal death," also called "hell." (CCC 1056)
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If you find yourself too diverse for diversity standards, you're in good company
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“Jesus desire is for us to be with him in Communion. This is what he aches for...”
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When dioceses institute Eucharistic adoration for vocations, an increase in priests generally follows
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“There is no honest communication with this mental illness that is today’s liberalism.”
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“The greatest love of all for your neighbor is concern for his or her eternal salvation.”
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Here are 7 good reasons never to gossip again
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When confession lines grow short, demonic activity increases
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God cannot be outdone in generosity.
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God wants your marriage to thrive, and with the help of Divine Mercy, it’s never too late.
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We put abortion advocate Cecil Richards in God’s hands and pray for his will to be done.
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These are but a few examples that reflect the spirit of each.
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This is the 14th movie for producer Peter Shilaimon, including Risen, the highly acclaimed 2016 movie about the Resurrection.
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“Seeking revenge is like drinking poison and wanting the other person to die”
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In the spirit of growing closer to God in 2018, here are some holy hack suggestions.
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What Catholics really mean by BFF, In the Hood, Truthiness and more
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Victims of these sins and crimes have many heavy burdens to carry.
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“When you know the Catholic perspective, you can filter the news through a clearer lens in the light of Christ.”
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These are the hacks I try to work into my life.
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How does a lowly man who died 60 years ago gather a crowd of 66,000 for his beatification?
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How are so many conversions taking place in oppressive countries where proselytizing can bring a death sentence?
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As the ability to do what is wrong is demanded, the ability to do what is right is denied.
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“Love of neighbor is inseparable from love for God.” (CCC 1878)
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The Blessed Mother was part of the incarnation, birth, first miracle, passion, and the death of Jesus and with the apostles for the descent of the Holy Spirit.
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I hope we can move past this to higher ground.
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Among other events, there will be a first-ever candlelight Rosary procession at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
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Being filled with gratitude helps us to look at things through an eternal lens.
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“God does not require that we be successful, only that we be faithful.”
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Motherhood changes us. It grows our hearts, advances our maturity and takes us into a new world.
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Do not fear what may happen tomorrow; the same everlasting Father who cares for you today, will take care of you then and everyday.
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Even though the times have changed, God has not—and neither has the Church.
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Bandwagons should not be jumped upon.
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“Understanding their story takes nothing away from our effectiveness.”
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If you pray, stay away from the occult, go to Mass and have faith in God, you will be protected. One good confession is worth a hundred exorcisms.
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Children need protection, not discussions about depraved behavior. And if some want to call that discrimination, then so be it.
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“I understand now that marriage is about truly caring and being unselfish. We walk in faith knowing we are walking with the Lord.”
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“If as Christians we believe that humans have inherent dignity, we can’t euthanize when people are not perfect anymore.”
Patti Armstrong

Patti Maguire Armstrong is an award-winning author and was the managing editor and co-author of Ascension Press’ bestselling Amazing Grace Series. Her newest books are Holy Hacks: Everyday Ways to Live Your Faith & Get to Heaven and Big Hearted: Inspiring Stories from Everyday Families. She has a B.A. in social work and M.A. in public administration and worked in both those fields before staying home to work as a freelance writer. Patti and her husband, Mark, live in North Dakota, where they are still raising the tail end of their 10 children.

Follow her on Twitter at @PattiArmstrong and read her blog at PattiMaguireArmstrong.com.