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The 7 Desires of Our Hearts That The 7 Sacraments Respond To

Last edited 19th June 2018

The search to fulfill our many desires is what leads people through their lives in one direction or another. We live in a time where the dominant belief is that life is short and we should fulfill those desires by any means necessary. That mentality leads people in the wrong direction for actual fulfillment and leads instead to compromising of self. People find themselves astray; feeling empty, distressed, irrelevant, neglected, and bitter. So where should we look in order to find true fulfillment of all that we desire? We find our fulfilment in Christ, and we actually find that our desires are responded to by the 7 Sacraments that the Church offers her members.


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Questions on Sexuality Loom Large Ahead of Youth Synod

Last edited 19th June 2018

According to the official working document for the upcoming synod of bishops on youth, the major questions for young people ahead of the October discussion surround issues of sexuality and gender, the role of women and the desire for a Church that knows how to listen.


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Rhythm - Rob Rell

Last edited 13th June 2018

What does it mean to have a relationship with God? What does it look like? For a lot of us it's a hard thing to fully understand.


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Sunday Mass is Not Optional, UK Archbishop Reminds Catholics

Last edited 5th June 2018

In a pastoral letter for the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, Archbishop Leo Cushley of St. Andrews & Edinburgh stressed the importance of the Sunday Mass obligation for Catholics.


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Morning Catholic Must-Reads: 05/06/18

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A daily guide to what's happening in the Catholic Church


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'The Church is for Life', Francis tells Catholic Physicians

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Photo: Vatican Media


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My Search for Jesus in the Holy Land was Harder Than I Thought, At First

Last edited 27th May 2018

“Lord, let me encounter You here.” This was my prayer as I journeyed through the Holy Land last week. I asked Our Lady to lead me to find Him anew in the land they once walked together.


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NOOMA: Sunday - Rob Bell

Last edited 24th May 2018

Why do we do the things we do? why do we go to church or give money away? Because we're supposed to or because we think God needs it?


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How to Face Temptation

Last edited 14th May 2018

Fr. Mike uses the classic myths involving the Sirens to explain some ways to avoid temptation. He points out the differences between the ways Ulysses, his crew, and Jason of the Argonauts dealt with the monsters and suggests we use some advice St. Paul gave to the Philippians when dealing with temptations.

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Winning Souls Through the Met Gala

Last edited 10th May 2018

On the one hand, it seemed odd. Why would the minds behind the Met Gala — an event attended by famously secular, “do what you want, there is no truth” minded celebrities — pick a theme that literally has the word “Catholic” in the title? Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination is a pretty ardently Catholic theme, chosen to celebrate the opening of an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, where very obviously Catholic stuff is on display — things like papal tiaras, items from the sacristy of the Sistine Chapel, religious vestments, even a relic of St. Valentine, all while sacred music is played overhead. The entire exhibit puts sacred images and items in full view, showing how Catholicism has influenced the world of fashion and art, and how the Church’s art has played a seemingly huge role in the imagination of designers and artists.


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