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I Hate You, Food: My Struggle with Anorexia

Last edited 28th April 2016

Several weeks later as I was lying in bed I could literally hear my heart struggling to beat. I was petrified. I took my pulse and it was in the high twenties. I fought back the tears because I was afraid my heart wouldn’t be capable of handling the energy my tears would produce.

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Is it Okay to Share a Bed When You’re Dating?

Last edited 28th April 2016

In recent conversations with both my guy and girl friends, there has been some debate about this question: is it right to spend the night in the same bed with a member of the opposite sex?

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Pope John Paul II's "Letter to Artists"

Last edited 27th April 2016

A tribute to John Paul II's "Letter to Artists", as read by students at John Paul the Great Catholic University. This video was posted in April 2014, to commemorate his canonization to sainthood, and as a gift to Christian artists throughout the world. Many of the students reading are film, gaming, or acting students who have taken up the Pope's invitation to pursue the arts.

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Pope Apologises to Refugees For "The Closure and Indifference of Our Societies"

Last edited 20th April 2016

The Astalli Center, in the heart of Rome, has been aiding refugees worldwide since 1981. It is part of the Jesuit Refugee Service founded by the then-general of the Jesuits, Father Pedro Arrupe.

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Jessie Manibusan - God the Great I Am

Last edited 19th April 2016

Jesse Manibusan is a composer, singer/songwriter, storyteller, humorist, catechist, evangelizer and encourager. Working with any and every age group, Jesse has that knack to build instant rapport, connect to his audience, and create life-giving memories that help deepen faith and cultivate the joy that inspires service, sacrifice and the celebration of life.

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Bishop Barron on the Resurrection of Jesus

Last edited 19th April 2016

Historians speculate the Cross would have been 10 foot high it was a symbol and a threat not to mess with Rome and the government. When Jesus rose from the dead it was a sign that Caesar was not in control, God is the one in control of life and death. The Cross has always been a taunt to tyrants. Listen to this excellent video from Bishop Barron.

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Expedition Takes Pope's Encyclical to the North Pole to Alert Society on Climate Change

Last edited 18th April 2016

These nine Argentine adventurers, who are mostly military personal, are set to make a symbolic feat: they will bring the Pope's encyclical, 'Laudato Si' to a particularly devastated geographical point in the world with an urgent need for attention: The North Pole.

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A Message from the Pope’s Field Hospital

Last edited 18th April 2016

Non-Catholics may be wondering why Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation, “Amoris Laetitia” or “The Joy of Love,” has Catholics in an uproar. Has the Pope changed Catholic doctrine? Has he left the doctrine officially intact, but changed pastoral practice so much that the doctrine is annulled?

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Making Sense of Marriage

Last edited 14th April 2016

This video points out obstacles and difficulties that people who argue in favour of same-sex marriage face when they make their case. Here are many examples of same sex attracted people and the children of gay parents who don't agree with same sex marriage:

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Bishops Want Catholics Singing from the Same Hymn Book

Last edited 14th April 2016

The Bishops of Australia launched a new liturgical worship book at the Catholic Leadership Centre in Melbourne on Friday 8 April 2016, thirty years since the last one was published.

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