The Well-Formed Writer, The Amazing Child Saint Who Literally Loved the Eucharist to Death, and More Great Links!

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To Be Salt And Light: The Well-Formed Writer – Claire Dwyer at Catholic Spiritual Direction

The Amazing Child Saint Who Literally Loved the Eucharist to Death – Jacqueline Burkepile at ChurchPOP

What Must I Do for my Life to Have Meaning? – Jack Rigert at Catholic Exchange

In The World, But Not Of It – Saint Francis de Sales via Tan Direction

Artist Focus: Lorenzo Monaco – the Glorious Italian Gothic – Hilary White at The Sacred Images Project

The Meaning of the Sign of Peace – A. Joseph R. Shaw, Ph.D., at Catholic Answers Magazine

Just Beachy—and the Gift of Friendship in Families – Jeffrey A. Mirus, Ph.D., at Catholic Culture

Are You Doing Good Things, but Avoiding Prayer? – Troy Kroening at Catholic365

God and Science – Ray Sullivan at Catholic Stand

Humility as the Beginning of Prayer – Andrew McGovern at Missio Dei

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Saint Albert Chmielowski – Catholics for Catholics

Go to Big Pulpit for Catholic News, Punditry, and Analysis, Curated for Catholics! – Big Pulpit

‘Husbandry’ and Rethinking a Man’s Bond with his Wife – John Cuddeback, Ph.D., at Life Craft

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Saint Alban the Martyr – Catholics for Catholics

Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Live! – The Chapel in Poland that Saint Kolbe Founded via Big Pulpit

Why Do Catholics Have a Longer Bible? – Get Fed