This Week Archives

Discipleship

In recent years, the concept of discipleship has grown in popularity as a way of evangelization, especially in spreading the faith among young people…

St. Colette

St. Colette was born in 1381 in France, where her father was a carpenter. After being orphaned at the age of 17, Colette gave all…

St. John Payne

St. John Payne was wrongfully accused of a crime, and his faith made the crowd before his execution sympathetic towards him …

Up on the Mountain

Second Sunday of Lent: How has God helped you through your struggles in life? When have you felt God’s presence? ...

Ash Wednesday Welcome

Ash Wednesday is the BIGGEST day of the year for church attendance. So, make sure you are ready to welcome young adults to your parish! ...

Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of Lourdes is the patron saint of bodily ills and has inspired many people to make a pilgrimage to Lourdes ...
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Praise and Worship Night

Praise and worship nights, a time when a community of faith gathers together and sings contemporary Christian worship music, is a great way to draw hearts to God and praise Him through song.

Finding Salvation  

How can we do everything for the glory of God? When have you reached out of your comfort zone to respond to God’s call to love? …

Speaking of Spiritual Direction

Spiritual direction is a great resource that clergy, religious and trained laypeople within the Church provide; however, it often goes unused as so few people know about it…

St. Blaise

St. Blaise was born in Armenia to a rich Christian family. Details of his early life are scarce …

Healing the Brokenhearted

What do we need to ask of God to heal our hearts? How can we invite him into our lives? How do we respond to God’s movements and promptings in the everyday? …

Take Inventory of Young Adult Ministries

Trying to connect with the young adults who are already present in your parish? Gather the heads of committees and ministries at your parish and together “take inventory” of their ministries...

Harden Not Your Hearts

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time: In what ways do we need to open ourselves and ask Jesus to soften our hardened hearts?
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