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

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Learn more about our faith  |  prayer

Family Reflection Video: Why Pray in Jesus’ Name?

There are many important names we know throughout history, but only one has the greatest influence with God the Father … Jesus.

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Learn more about our faith  |  grace  |  peace

Family Reflection Video: God Lives, Moves and Has His Being in Us

“Where does God live?” a little girl asked her grandfather while drawing water from an old-fashioned well. “Look down into the well,” he replied, “and tell me what you see.”

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Family Reflection Video: Not For Me But For You

Here’s a story about two angels that helps us understand why God made us in His image and not merely to be His puppets.

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Learn more about our faith  |  sacraments

Family Reflection Video: Longing for the Real Food

I’ll never forget the face of the man on one of my mission tours in India who said, “I got the food I was longing for.”

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Learn more about our faith  |  lent  |  peace

Family Reflection Video: More than Moses

When Jesus boldly claims to be God Himself and Son of the Father, you can imagine the skepticism of the people around him. They might have been thinking: (1) He’s insane, (2) He’s a liar, or (3) He’s exactly who He claims to be.

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Learn more about our faith  |  lent

Family Reflection Video: Living Water Flowed from Christ

In the Bible, especially during the season of Lent, we hear many stories about Living Water, a powerful gift that quenches thirst, refreshes souls, and renews faith.

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