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You’ll Definitely Agree with Pope Francis | Year of Mercy

Did the first full week of the new year just end? Depends on your perspective. For Catholics, our spiritual new year started on the first day of Advent. Unfortunately, most of us don’t start our spiritual new year’s resolutions until January 1 instead of using that handy Advent season...

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Avoiding the Naughty List

If you’re reading this, WHAT ARE YOU DOING!? How do you have the time this post-Christmas season? Seriously, there are lights to put-up, Christmas parties to tidy up after, presents to play with, thank you cards to send, on top of all of your normal daily activities. Here’s a...

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Would You Camp Out Overnight for This?

Take a look at the picture above. That’s not a refugee camp. That’s a crowd of people waiting for the last Twilight movie. People spend hours, even days, waiting to be the first to view a new film. And it makes sense (not for Twilight… maybe for Star Wars);...

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You’re Not Mother Theresa. And Here’s Why That’s OK.

Mother Theresa is a saint. Well, she’s only beatified right now, but there’s no doubt she’s going to be canonized. For years, she was held up to the world as an example of sanctity, an example that everyone could respect. Interestingly, though, I’ve heard people say, “I can’t be...

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God is Not Any of These Three Things

Wonder-Couselor. God-Hero. Paraclete. Emmanuel. God has a lot of names, and that’s because He’s a lot of things. God is everything to us because loving Him is what makes us happy, and loving Him is our purpose. The closer we grow to God, the more we become like Him....

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Look at My Words and Despair

Yes, I know. You usually look at my words and despair, so what’s new? You’re rude. Anyways, I want to share with you something that is very special to me. In high school we had a semester we had to read poetry. Yes, I agree. Gross. However, there was...

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Four Ways to Enrich Your Mass Experience

“I love you.” When did those words mean the most to you — on your wedding day, holding your child for the first time, seeing a family member after a long absence? Even if you’ve said or heard those words a million times, on certain occasions they just mean...

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6 Reasons Why Catholics Need A Catholic Tablet

During this exciting age of technology and of faith, there is a spiritual revival that is sweeping through the entire world. People are rediscovering their faith, or discovering it for the first time, and they are becoming thirsty for ways of connecting to God. Here at BibleZon, we are...

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How to Support the New Evangelization with a Catholic Tablet

Pope Bennedict called for us to bring Christ to the Digital world. As the lay faithful, it is our job to consecrate the world. Where the world uses the digital technologies for superfluous or even harmful things, like pornography, we are called to convert the world’s usage of these...

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Salt of the Earth: Comedy, Hiphop, and the Lay Vocation

Vocation I was a senior in High School when God rocked my world and brought me to Him. One of the things that was so wonderful about this conversion was learning that my life had a purpose. I think part of the reason it’s so hard to believe that...

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Bear Lenten Fruit: Seven Steps to a Successful Fast

  We’re over two weeks in, and the fact that you’re reading this post alone means that you’re probably still doing pretty good. All too often, however, we get busy, we let our commitment slide here and there, and all the sudden it’s Holy Week and we had forgotten...

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How to Use Social Media and NOT Make Your Kids Want to Kill You

Last week I was humbled. Yes, humbled. My youth leadership team was presenting at our weekly youth night. The topic they chose to cover was social media, which is great because, though I am far from a social media pariah, they are still more connected in that world than...

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“Handshakes and Head Nods: The New Evangelization”

New Evangelization: it’s the buzzword in Catholic circles lately. Go to any professional Catholic conference and I guarantee that one session, if not the whole conference, will be titled “New Evangelization for insert your role here.” A quick Google search reveals a cool 1.1 million hits for “New Evangelization”,...

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Why We Should Stop Being Amazed by God

A lot of amazing things happen at Easter. Jesus dies and rises again; the Eucharist is instituted; mankind is redeemed. As if that’s not enough, we get to receive Christ in the Blessed Sacrament, welcome new Catholics into the Church, and rejoice with every being in creation–from the old...

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Four (and a Half) Things the Saints Wish You Knew

From holy cards to statues to the names we pick for confirmation, the saints are everywhere, and there are tons of them. If you’ve ever seen all the volumes of Butler’s Lives of the Saints– a collection of all the canonized saints in the Church–you know what I mean....

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Five Rosary Hacks to Help You Pray

The Rosary is difficult. If you’ve ever snapped back to reality during the fifth Luminous mystery after spending four decades thinking about what you had for breakfast that morning, you know what I mean. If you’re looking for a secret to make the Rosary fun, I’ve got some bad...

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