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I’m proud to work in Catholic media and publishing, and proud of all my colleagues who do.
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St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Plantersville, Texas is a masterpiece.
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At the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, miracles of conversion (and even physical miracles) are plentiful.
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We need to come away by ourselves to a place of rest, solitude, and recollection in the presence of God.
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Be grateful for, and learn from, the “pikes” that God in his mercy sends your way.
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Make a virtual visit to nine different Marian pilgrimage sites throughout the United States in the coming months.
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The Magnificat is a history lesson, a song of praise, and a prophetic message.
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Praying the Litany of Humility has completely changed my perspective.
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My new bike adventure reminds me of my prayer life.
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Regardless of what kind of mother you have, she needs your prayers.
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Mary looks for childlike hearts because she knows that in their innocence they will accept her and her Son.
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“Pray the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into his harvest.”
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Do something to honor Mary during her month — it will make this May extra special for both of you.
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Even the Possibility of a Nuclear War Shouldn’t Shake Us
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My heroes are the modern-day Daughters of Jerusalem who weep and pray tirelessly for their children, uniting their suffering with the suffering of Christ.
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EWTN’s recently-released ‘Mother Angelica on Suffering and Burnout’ is written by someone who truly understands those two topics.
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St. Patrick is still ‘Saint’ Patrick in the public eye. Let’s take advantage of that fact.
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Sometimes, you needn’t say a word in Adoration but instead, lovingly and devotedly, behold the Lamb of God.
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Pray, fast, give alms, and do penance with a smile and the Light of Christ shining forth from our eyes.
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What more brilliant way to share that Light than by giving others the simple courtesy of a smile and a hello?
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“Thence entered I the recesses of my memory, those manifold and spacious chambers, wonderfully furnished with innumerable stores; and I considered, and stood aghast.” —St. Augustine of Hippo
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Here are three things about St. Valentine that you might not know.
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“When the days were completed for their purification according to the law of Moses, they took him up to Jerusalem to present him to the Lord ... in accordance with the dictate in the law of the Lord.”
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“Mary is the one chosen from all eternity to bring God’s Son into the world, and she is the perfect believer who teaches us to love her Son.”
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Childlikeness isn’t something we can acquire on our own. It’s a grace we must ask for, and one that the Father is most willing to give us.
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The march organizers are missing a huge margin of the marginalized in our country.
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The Star of Bethlehem is most certainly a central part of the Epiphany story. But for me, Mary is the real star.
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January 1 is the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God — the ultimate Mother’s Day.
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Look at all that we’d miss out on if we shut down our Christmas on December 26 along with the secular world!
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Don’t lose your focus on the Radiant Dawn that approaches.
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The Blessed Virgin Mary is ‘redeemed, in a more exalted fashion, by reason of the merits of her Son.’ (CCC 492)
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The gifts we give on St. Nicholas’ feast are minor in comparison with the ultimate gift that Christ gave for all of us and the sweetness of Salvation that it brings.
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The pilgrims gave thanks for people who had befriended them, become a part of their lives, and then taught them valuable life lessons. And so should we.
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Three Scripture Quotes to Remember
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Let’s spend the final days before the election in a productive, godly way.
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“All the faithful of Christ, of whatever rank or status, are called to the fullness of the Christian life and to the perfection of charity.” (Lumen Gentium 40)
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Right now, during these present times, we too need to become unsinkable, filled with courageous hope in God. Like Molly Brown.
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Estonian Museum Display Desecrates Our Lady’s Image
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Masses of the Holy Spirit are used to mark the beginning of important Church events and dates back to the 16th century. So what better way to kick off a school year?
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Sin makes you a prisoner of the evil one. Call upon Our Lady for her motherly care to loosen the bindings that hold you back from following Christ.
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God made you to know Him, to love Him, and to serve Him in this world, and to be happy with Him forever in the next.
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“Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest.”
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Every time you read the word “unrest”, pray the Prayer of St. Francis: “Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.”
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Marge Fenelon is a Catholic author, blogger, speaker, and award-winning journalist. She’s a long-time correspondent for National Catholic Register, a columnist for the Milwaukee Catholic Herald and the author of several books on Marian devotion and
Catholic family life. She’s also a weekly contributor to Relevant Radio’s “Morning Air Show” and a popular guest on several other Catholic radio and television shows. Along with her husband, Mark, Marge also works as an educator in the Apostolic Movement of Schoenstatt. Together they have four grown children.