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Faith that Heals
Challenge: Offer up a sacrifice (or a visit to the Blessed Sacrament or an act of charity) for a special intention.

Opportunity Missed
Challenge: Today make an extra act of charity for your family.

Holy Gospel: July 4
"Pour new wine into fresh wineskins." (Matthew 9: 14-17)

Fasting and Feasting
Challenge: Make a special sacrifice to unite yourself more to the suffering Christ today.

“My Lord and My God!”
Challenge: Today, learn about faith by reading paragraphs 150 through 152 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Holy Gospel: July 3
"Believe." (John 20: 24-29)

Living from Grace
Challenge: Today remember to avoid rash and judgmental thoughts of others.

Holy Gospel: July 2
"Know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins." (Matthews 9: 1-8)

Holy Gospel: July 1
"The whole town came out to meet Jesus." (Matthew 8: 28-34)

Casting out Evil
Challenge: Promise Christ that today you will reject one specific sin or imperfection that you usually fall into.

Divine Mercy Conference set for August 1st
Musician Donna Lee will share her music and testimony.

Marywood Retreat Center Hosts First Annual Music Ministry Retreat
Hosted by Grayson Warren Brown.

Jamie Thietten's “My Chance”
Pro-life song has garnered several awards.

Ignatius Press to Distribute Latest CD from L'Angelus
Will also support The Priests' CD with store displays.

Adult Stem Cell Research for COPD and Emphysema
Process of stem cell therapy for lung disease.

Novena to Saint Peter, Apostle
Novenas

The Holy Father´s Week: June 29, 2009
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities.

The Unparalleled Potential of Divine Mercy
Could this be the most powerful image in the history of civilization? And if so, why?

Coming Home
I started out my married life working and living a fun and easy lifestyle. The idea of vocation never entered my head until after our first child was born. God doesn´t demand, but waits, oh so patiently, on me. This is my story.

Montessori and Catholicism
Author Kathy O´Brien considers the philosophy behind Maria Montessori´s approach to education with a particular look at how it relates to the Catholic faith.

Children and the Mass: When They´re a Little Less
When we were new parents, there were times we dreaded going to Mass as a family. Now we see these moments as times of grace for all of us.

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
The motto of this new method of teaching the faith is "Help me fall in love with God by myself."

The Wild One: Blessed Pier Giorgio
Pier Giorgio Frassati was young, handsome, cultured, athletic, practical-joking -- and Blessed. Beatified by the Catholic Church in 1990, he was named the Patron Saint of World Youth Day 2000.

Abortion Research Proves Women Harmed
The latest abortion research proves that women are harmed. That´s bad news for the abortion lobby, but welcome data for all who want to advise vulnerable women, and the general public, about abortion´s many risks.

The Seminarian, Father-to-Be
In a world without fathers, the “fatherhood” of the Catholic priest has lost much its meaning. Now is the time for seminarians to reclaim the spiritual paternity contained in the priest´s vocation to be "Father."

Looking Inside Darwin’s Black Box
Science vs. Darwin? The old evolutionary ideas are wrong, says biochemist Michael Behe. The source of life is an Intelligent Designer, not neo-Darwinian materialism (Clarence Darrow, call home!). Get the facts in this interview.

Snow Globe: The Hidden Beauty of Household Chaos
On dreary winter days, the irksomeness of daily picking-up is enough to make you wonder, "Is this what I went to college (or gave up my career) for?"

How New is the New Testament?
We must be clear on one point: the Christian God is no different from the one who revealed himself to Moses. If Jesus relied so extensively on the Old Testament, who are we to shrug it off? Where would we be without the Ten Commandments?

Retrouvaille: Healing Troubled Marriages
By opening couples up to the mystery of redemption, this program leads them to a re-discovery of love and faith.

The Wise Men
The Christ child’s adoration by the Magi is called the Epiphany (“Manifestation”) because it announces his mission to redeem all mankind.


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