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“Being loved by God and being able to love him in return is where true joy resides.”
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The United States and Poland are forever linked through General Tadeusz Kościuszko.
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“The true light, which enlightens everyone, was coming into the world. He was in the world, and the world came to be through him, but the world did not know him.” (John 1:9-10)
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Mary has vanquished Christian enemies for centuries. It is time we call upon her again to conquer all that is opposed to her and to her Son.
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“There is no problem, no matter how difficult it is, whether temporal or above all spiritual, in the personal life of each one of us, of our families ... that cannot be solved by the Rosary.”
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Saint after saint has witnessed to the fact that Our Lady was at the center of their success for sanctity.
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“I don’t deny that the Immaculate receives the mercy from the Lord God, but she is the personification of this ‘divine mercy’ and that is why a soul is converted and sanctified if it turns to her.” —St. Maximilian Kolbe
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Lovingly pouring ourselves out for others may not always be glamorous, but it is always beautiful.
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Planned Parenthood’s arguments are “uniquely shallow” and rely on us being shallow, too.
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“God loves you and you must love one another. That is all that matters. God bless you all."
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An Interview with Author Judy Landrieu Klein
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No matter how strong the “spirit of antimary” may be, Mary still remains the most powerful woman in the world.
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There are many reasons why it looks like the deck is stacked against moms, but these four stand out.
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We cannot change others, but we can change ourselves, and sometimes that is all it takes.
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The responsible adult finds the key to spiritual maturity in child-like trust
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Over many centuries, from Spain to Lepanto, Christian armies have prevailed under the banner of Our Lady.
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Reading through St. Faustina's Diary offers four suggestions for how we can pray for America now and in the future.
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Whether fans realize it or not, football's Hail Mary pass is a subtle reminder that Our Lady triumphs in the end.
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Abortion doesn’t just kill an innocent, unborn child; its tentacles destroy every aspect of society, beginning at the head.
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On the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, here are 15 ways to live the ‘Marian Option’ in your life.
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World Youth Day and the Nature of Quest
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What do Hot Pockets, Harry Connick Jr. and Divine Mercy Have in Common?
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Pope Pius XI Defined the New Virtue, Focusing on the Common Good, in 1931
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Carrie Gress has a doctorate from the Catholic University of America and is a philosophy professor at Pontifex University. She is the author of Nudging Conversions: A Practical Guide to Bringing Those You Love Back to the Church, and Ultimate Makeover: The Transforming Power of Motherhood. Carrie is the co-author with George Weigel of City of Saints: A Pilgrims Guide to John Paul II’s Krakow. A homeschooling mother of four, she and her family live in Virginia. Visit her blog at www.carriegress.com.