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Real wisdom grows from the moral memory of a culture. The more we debunk and reinterpret the past according to some political or social scientific agenda, the less coherent our memory becomes, and the more irrelevant wisdom like the Bible seems..results in a kind of rootlessness..self-imposed amnesia..it undermines our whole moral vocabulary.. leads us to see and judge everything in terms of its utility..What’s useful and productive is judged good. What isn’t is judged bad

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into Chastity: Being gay means giving oneself over to one's sexual orientation to the point where it becomes a foundation and center of one's identity..one can't be "gay" in the modern context and be a person with just a homosexual orientation. In the act of self-identification, "coming out,"..one sacrifices individual personhood for identity in the group..a defining aspect..he is not merely homosexually oriented, but is gay, then orientation tends to be a dominant aspect of his identity

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The field of battle between God and Satan is the human soul. This is where it takes place every moment of our lives. The soul must give free access to our Lord and be completely fortified by Him with every kind of weapon; His light must illuminate it to fight the darkness of error; he must put on Jesus Christ, His truth and justice, the shield of faith, the word of God to overcome such powerful enemies. To put on Jesus Christ we must die to ourselves. St. Padre Pio

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A Few Pointers From Catholics Married for Long Years By: Msgr. Charles Pope

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“[A child who has sinned] throws himself into his father’s arms, telling him that he is sorry to have hurt him, that he loves him, and that he will prove it by being good from now on… Then, if that child asks his father to punish him with a kiss, I don’t think the happy father could harden his heart against his child’s filial trust, knowing his sincerity and love.” St. Therese is saying that when we sin, we should trust God so much as to ask Him to bless us in lieu of punishment.

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An Admonition on the Worthy Reception of Holy Communion By: Msgr. Charles Pope: There are many sins that can and should exclude one from receiving Holy Communion unless and until repentance is manifest and Sacramental confession is received... One might habitually skip mass, and thus be in mortal sin. One might ridicule sacred things or person and thus harm seriously the faith of children or others. One might give grave scandal or harm the reputations of others in serious ways by gossip....

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Pope: Christian speech is genuine, not self-serving. Instead of sugar-coated words and flattery, when Christians speak they should offer the truth with love, without seeking to serve their own interests...Do we speak with that social language to be polite, even say nice things, which we do not feel?” Those who are corrupt are trying to weaken us with this language” by playing off a “certain inner weakness,” stimulated by “vanity” that enjoys hearing people say good things about us.

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When Jesus spoke about eating his flesh and drinking his blood in John 6, the response was less than enthusiastic. “How can this man give us his flesh to eat? (V52). “This is a hard saying who can listen to it?” (V60). In fact so many of his disciples abandoned him that Jesus asked the twelve if they also planned to quit. Note that Jesus did not run after the deserters saying, “Come back! – I was just speaking metaphorically!” Jesus teaching on the Eucharist...

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Why I Make My Bed {10 Reasons I Keep My House Clean} Awesome motivation to get cleaning if you've ever asked yourself this: What is the point of keeping a tidy house?!

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It would help some people to remember this before they open there big fat mouth~

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New Advent: Meekness is not weakness. Meekness is controlled strength...

Meekness is not weakness. Meekness is controlled strength...

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Examination of Conscience by Fr. John Hardon, S.J. | This is very helpful when preparing for Confession!

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But because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold, not hot, I will begin to vomit thee out of my mouth. ~Revelation 3:16

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But the State, which never established a Church, became one. Christianity was marginalized. It is now a “private religion”. It is tolerated, up to the point where the followers refuse to honor the State's gods. Each enunciated “human right” is an Official State God, requiring formal worship by all, including those with “private religions.” And the people are happy with this. Apart from a small, and shrinking body of practicing Christians...

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A 21st Birthday Party led to a life changing moment for Raquel Kato

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Pope Benedict XVI’s “First Convert” So there I was at the gate—standing now, with just a few minutes left before I’d need to board my flight. If I had to miss the introduction of the new pope, it was no big deal, though I was vaguely hoping I wouldn’t. And then Pope Benedict XVI walked onto the balcony. The camera zoomed in, his eyes seemed to look right at me and through me, and that’s the exact instant my conversion happened.

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Understanding what consecration to Jesus through Mary is.

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from The Catholic Wife: Sit down and serve your spouse- "The easiest and happiest parts of our life together have always been when we give of ourselves freely and happily in sacrificial service."

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The truth is not decided by popular opinion. - Pope Benedict XVI

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"Tell the world about My Mercy and My Love. I am consumed with a desire to pour out My Mercy on human souls. O, how they hurt Me when they refuse My Mercy." (Diary of St. Faustina)

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“We too are called to withdraw at certain intervals into deeper silence and aloneness with God…. not with our books, thoughts, and memories but completely stripped of everything, to dwell lovingly in God’s presence – silent, empty, expectant, and motionless.” -(Blessed Teresa of Calcutta) Life is not about money, social status, or entertaining. She willingly gave up all. No TV, no air, no exotic meals. Her room where she lived. flickr.com

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"Jesus does not consider time, since He is eternal. He considers only love." St. Therese's bench at the chapel at Le Carmel convent in Lisieux.

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“Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier. Be the living expression of God's kindness: kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness in your smile.” Mother Teresa

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