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St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil...
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“A traveling Mass kit is like gold.”
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Given the accuracy of her predictions, it would be foolhardy not to follow Our Lady of Fatima’s plan for peace.
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Life is not easy, and the Catholic Church cannot make it so, but it can make it better with consolations and grace and truth that never changes.
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“The story of the Armenian genocide is not being told.” This movie seeks to right that wrong.
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“If non-lethal means are sufficient to defend and protect people's safety from the aggressor, authority will limit itself to such means...” (CCC 2267)
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“I want to give unimaginable graces to those who trust in my mercy.”
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While the culture’s dominant messages continue to lead to Margaritaville, we should instead be trying to climb the stairway to heaven.
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Mother Angelica did not do anything different than what we all should be doing—saying yes to God every moment of our lives.
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In this historic spiritual battle, we are one with the Catholic Church — and that is no small thing.
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Do we realize that God is doing us a great favor, with eternal ramifications, when he puts needy people in our lives?
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“Anyone who is so ‘progressive’ as not to remain in the teaching of the Christ does not have God” (2 John 1:9). Forget being progressive and strive for holiness. The Church can help with that. Disney cannot.
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“People get tired and bored because they have no ideals. They haven’t given themselves to Christ, the creator.”
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“They should realize that we can’t use the devil; the devil uses us.”
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'Bitter Harvest' chronicles history and gives us a better understanding of current events.
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“...Mr. Johnston’s alleged visions were not accurate and the Archdiocese urges the faithful not to condone or support further attempts to reinterpret them as valid.”
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Whenever you become overwhelmed with uncertainty in your life, turn to Our Lady for help.
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“We know that whatever we do is simply a droplet in the ocean. But if that droplet were missing, the ocean would be lacking.”
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“At that very moment, I had an actual vision of our Lord in my car...”
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Both in character and out, Moore drew a huge fan based because she handled herself and others respectfully.
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Let us pray for healing and truth as we remember 44 years of the tragedy of legalized abortion in the United States.
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Perhaps in the interest of self-preservation, Catholic writers should provide ‘trigger warnings’ as we go about our Catholic living. Here are mine.
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More and more babies are not getting baptized or raised in the faith. This is a serious problem.
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Why would anyone not want to tap into a powerful way to access divine intervention from our brothers and sisters in heaven?
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Jesus always waits for us, to comfort and strengthen.
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“Lord, get me out of the driver’s seat even if you have to pry my hands off the steering wheel…”
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“Forgiveness is an act of the will, and the will can function regardless of the temperature of the heart.”
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“Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” (Matthew 5: 11-12)
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As an exorcist, Father Patrick is sensitive to influences that are brushed off as harmless.
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The world does not value or understand the power of humility but we do, because it was what Jesus used to save us.
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Our country is fractured by issues of politics, race, and religion. Pray for God’s grace that we heal and come together.
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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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“People think they have to do something extraordinary, but it is actually the very ordinary things that build up graces and offer protection. If a Catholic is praying, going to Mass, and receiving the sacraments, then the devil is already on the run.”
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This Christian, anti-human trafficking movie, rated PG13, is a suspenseful love story that offers a compelling glimpse of how girls can become trapped in the callous sex trade.
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There is no pro-life warrior like a convert to fight with passion for the unborn and for those still blinded by pro-abortion lies.
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Jesus Christ was considered a dangerous person in the time he lived. And so it is for us now. We must stay strong and follow him.
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The Catholic Church has always maintained that sexual identity is God-given — male and female.
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Abortion advocates are using the Zika scare to fight pro-life forces worldwide.
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13 Hours: A Story of Courage and Christianity Amid Attack
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Patti Armstrong is an award-winning author and was the managing editor and co-author of Ascension Press’ bestselling Amazing Grace series. Her latest books are: Big Hearted: Inspiring Stories From Everyday Families and Dear God, You Can’t Be Serious. She has a B.A. in social work and an M.A. in public administration and worked in both those fields before staying home to work as a freelance writer. Patti and her husband 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.