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"The family that prays together stays together." - Venerable Patrick Peyton

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No One Wants to Be Judas, But Sometimes We Are

No one wants to be Judas. And yet something washes over me as I read his words, when Jesus speaks of the betrayal He knows is going to happen, “Surely, it is not I.” And I shake my head in disbelief, because it is not Judas I hear, but rather, my own voice.

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Healing the family  |  Return to the Church  |  Seasonal Reflections

And It Was Night: Family Reflection Video

Heather found herself in the last place she thought she'd end up: The Catholic Church.

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Love thy Neighbor  |  Seasonal Reflections

Mary Anoints the Feet of Jesus: Family Reflection Video

I attended the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress for 2.5 days. Upon returning to my hotel room one evening I took the container of body lotion that the hotel provided and made attempts to anoint or massage my aching feet.

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Seasonal Reflections

Inspiration for the End of Lent: It's Never too Late

I hope you all are having an amazing Lent this year. I hope as you are focusing on your relationship with Christ and working on detachment, you are feeling closer to our Lord in a special way.

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Seasonal Reflections

Light: Out of the Darkness

I’m a native Floridian; winters are hard for me. It’s not just the closed toe shoes and the cumbersome layers of clothes that make me feel constrained liked a mummy wrapped in fleece. It’s the darkness.

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A Sorry End Paves Way for a New Possibility: Family Reflection Video

Why do we lose hope so soon and give up so quickly?

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