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Modern man too easily settles for something less than the Kingdom of God and all its treasures. God wants us to want more.
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For those who know where to look, the evidence for God's love abounds.
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“Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.” (Romans 12:21)
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Atheism is gaining converts every day, and we have a rather daunting job of evangelizing those who would rather God did not exist.
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If you are ‘full of passionate intensity’, you can achieve victories for Christ, even in the most hidden corners of the world.
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As it turns out, “one of the greatest anti-poverty innovations” is conception, not contraception.
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Just as Saint Tarcisius is the patron saint of altar servers, all of us should ask for his intercession, that we appreciate the Blessed Sacrament more fully.
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In an age hostile to Catholicism, we need to know real history to give us the factual tools to defend her.
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Whether it is self-evident or not, it is the philosophical belief in the rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that helped make America both great and good.
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All of us must try to help others return home, to strive for repentance and contrition, and to seek the merciful love of God; but we must always do so in truth.
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The devil tempts us to think that sin will make us happy, but he’s lying. The devil is no authority on happiness.
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For many, marriage may very well be the answer to the question: How best can you give your heart, soul, strength, and mind to God?
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It’s not fair to expect our daughters to be Wonder Women unless we are, first, Superman Dads.
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We need to teach our children to be the masters of their dreams, and not the other way around.
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“Let us rejoice with spiritual joy, and let us with gladness pay God worthy thanks and raise our hearts' eyes unimpeded to those heights where Christ is.” —Pope Leo
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‘Mit brennender Sorge’ was smuggled into Germany and read from every pulpit on Palm Sunday, 1937 — and none of the Nazis saw it coming.
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Bill Nye offers an all-you-can-eat buffet of dystopia, but this rehash isn’t from yesterday or even yesteryear. More like yester-century.
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Fans of Lewis can have sympathy for what he endured in writing ‘The Screwtape Letters’
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There is a big difference between counseling the doubtful and counseling doubt.
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“The mystery of Christ's resurrection is a real event, with manifestations that were historically verified, as the New Testament bears witness.” (CCC 639)
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“Lord, please heal me. I see men like trees walking. And I want to see things as they truly are. I want to see You.”
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Based on the nature of happiness and the way he lived his life, Saint Joseph may have been one of the happiest men to ever live.
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The Feast of the Annunciation marks the day when Mary said “Yes” to God. May today be the day we say “Yes” to Him, too.
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Though he lived over fifteen centuries ago, Patrick has a lesson to teach our world today.
John Clark

John Clark is an author and speechwriter. His first book Who’s Got You? reached #1 in the Amazon Kindle “Fatherhood” category and his new book How to Be a Superman Dad in a Kryptonite World, Even When You Can’t Afford A Decent Cape was just released by Guiding Light Books. He has written hundreds of articles and blogs about Catholic family life and apologetics in such places as Seton Magazine, Catholic Digest, and Homiletic and Pastoral Review. A graduate of Christendom College, John and his wife Lisa have nine children and live in Virginia.