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Mother Teresa: A Model of Faith

Last edited 29th June 2016

When it was announced that Blessed Mother Teresa would be made a saint, it is not unfair to say that such a declaration was, in a word, anticlimactic. Her fans didn’t require the formal announcement: In the hearts of millions, she was already a saint.


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Benedict XVI Addresses a Speech to Pope Francis

Last edited 28th June 2016

On Tuesday, Benedict XVI gave his second public speech since his final day as Pope, expressing gratitude for a lengthy priesthood and for Pope Francis' "goodness," which he said moves him deeply.


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What I Learned From Discerning My Vocation

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5 Tips on Discernment for Guys and Girls


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Jo Cox: Looking at Refugees with a Mother’s Heart

Last edited 19th June 2016

The tragic death of British Labour MP Jo Cox yesterday brought to light a powerful speech that she made in April asking the government to accept thousands of child refugees.


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“Gay” or “SSA”? Why Words Matter When Talking About Homosexuality

Last edited 16th June 2016

"Who are you?"


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The Essential Reason Porn is Wrong

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There are many reasons people believe pornography should be avoided. Some people point out that pornography is addictive and warps our brains. Others say the porn industry itself is a type of sex slavery—a business dominated by misogynistic men who prey on women who come from sexually and relationally broken backgrounds. For many in the industry, this is true. We could probably come up with a list a mile long about why porn is a problem, but neither of these are the essential reason why porn is wrong. These are just the accidental reasons, the consequential reasons. In the video below, Matt Fradd gets to the root of the problem.

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Pope at Santa Marta: “Our Father” is the Most Important Prayer

Last edited 16th June 2016

During his homily on Thursday at Casa Santa Marta, the Pope stressed the importance of the Father in prayer. He said that you can pray to the Virgin, angels or saints, but ‘Our Father’ is the cornerstone of our prayer life. POPE FRANCIS


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Do Catholics need to go to Church? - Fr. Rob Galea

Last edited 14th June 2016

Fr. Rob Galea explores the need for Christian Catholics to go to Church.


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Pope Francis Decries Orlando Massacre and Prays for Victims

Last edited 14th June 2016

Pope Francis is shaken and saddened by the ‘homicidal folly and senseless hatred’ that has left at least 50 people dead in an attack on a nightclub in Orlando, Florida.


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What is the Liturgy of the Hours? | Sum Nerdus

Last edited 15th June 2016

The Liturgy of the Hours, also known as the Divine Office or the Work of God is the daily prayer of the Church, marking the hours of each day and sanctifying the day with prayer. The Hours are a meditative dialogue on the mystery of Christ, using scripture and prayer. At times the dialogue is between the Church or individual soul and God; at times it is a dialogue among the members of the Church; and at times it is even between the Church and the world.

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