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Kate O'Hare

Based in Los Angeles, Kate O'Hare is a veteran entertainment journalist, social-media manager for Catholic production company Family Theater Productions, and a screenwriter.

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What If the Mass Had Play-By-Play Commentary?

Even if you’ve been to Mass many times in your life, did you really understand all of what was going on? Now that many of us are live streaming our Masses at home, this time maybe a good opportunity to dig into the details.

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Catholic Dating Was Always a Challenge, But Now …

Sooner or later, we’ll be sprung from quarantine. In the meantime, there are things like texting, messaging, apps (shudder) and even, talking or video chatting on the phone. We all need some good social guidelines.

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Getting Real About Revelation: Catholic Central Video

It’s a favorite of screenwriters and novelists, but movies and fiction books aren’t the best way to get the truth about the Biblical Book of Revelation. More often than not, they’re the worst way.

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You’ve Heard the Name of Jesus, But Who Is He, Really?

Jesus may be the best-known man to ever walk the Earth, but understanding Him as both man and God is the challenge of a lifetime.

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Despite Its Fancy Name, Anyone Can Read the Bible With Lectio Divina

With e-books, audio versions, apps and classic bound volumes, accessing Bibles can be easier than ever. Now that we’re at all home more, there might some extra time to devote to Scripture. But, how to bring it alive?

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Understanding That Anointing the Sick Is for All of Us

At this difficult time, with many churches not open for public worship and social distancing in force, this Sacrament may be more difficult to obtain than normal. But, it’s not just for those in dire straits. Anyone suffering can receive the blessing and its benefits.

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