Fighting Temptations : A Practical Guide for Catholics
Aug31

Fighting Temptations : A Practical Guide for Catholics

Some temptations are easier to overcome than others and we often hear people use the phrase, “I am only human and humans are bound to sin” in order to justify falling into temptation. But is this argument valid?

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Is it ok for Catholics to be cremated and have their ashes scattered?
Aug04

Is it ok for Catholics to be cremated and have their ashes scattered?

Catholic cremation is a divisive topic within the Catholic Faith community because not many people understand the Church’s teachings on it. When a loved one passes away, it is up to surviving family members to make arrangements regarding what to do with the remains and cremation may come up as a possible option.
Let’s examine the advantages and disadvantages of Catholic cremation and what the Church says about it.

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How to Use Holy Water. 10 Ways To Use Holy Water
Jul12

How to Use Holy Water. 10 Ways To Use Holy Water

Growing up in the Catholic Faith you probably wondered about the water basins put up at the entrance of the church and why the water contained inside it is considered holy. Holy Water is an important part of the Catholic Religion and there are many uses for it. To better appreciate its significance in various Catholic traditions and practices, let’s first understand its history and the meaning of Holy Water.

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How to Choose Godparents
Jun14

How to Choose Godparents

Thanks to fairy tales like Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, the concept of godparents is often taken to mean magical beings who grant wishes or make our lives easier. The role our godparents have in our journey here on earth is actually so much more significant so we must be careful in the people we choose to take up that role.

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A Guide for Confession: Tips For A Better Confession
May02

A Guide for Confession: Tips For A Better Confession

Confession, also known as the Sacrament of Penance or Reconciliation, is an important tradition in our Catholic Faith. After baptism, it is required that we claim forgiveness for wrongdoing by confessing our sins at church.
Through the powerful act of confessing our sins, we are reconciling ourselves with God and reconnecting with our church family. Confession heals our soul and lets us reclaim God’s grace.

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How To Pray the Rosary
Oct08

How To Pray the Rosary

The rosary is prayed by reflecting on the life of Christ from His birth to His resurrection. Download the guide for free.

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Get Out and Pray: How to Create a Prayer Garden
Apr24

Get Out and Pray: How to Create a Prayer Garden

From an early age, we’re taught the importance of praying. As children, we proudly recited a few short prayers we were taught at home or at Catholic school.

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Weatherproofing Your Catholic Garden Statue
Apr21

Weatherproofing Your Catholic Garden Statue

With 3 simple steps, you can preserve and protect your beautiful sculptures for years to come.

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How To Use A Sick Call Crucifix
Feb06

How To Use A Sick Call Crucifix

What are sick call sets? These sets usually consist of a crucifix, two candles, a vessel for holding holy water, and a stand.

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Measuring For A First Communion Dress – Infographic
Jan15

Measuring For A First Communion Dress – Infographic

With three simple measurements for Bust, Waist, and Length you’ll be able to select the correct size without worry.

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Selling Your Home With A Little Help From St. Joseph
Aug22

Selling Your Home With A Little Help From St. Joseph

When it comes to real estate it’s all about location, location, location—and St. Joseph! St. Joseph has been a successful ally for many Catholic homeowners trying to sell their homes. As the patron saint of families and a happy home, it has long been a tradition for Catholics to bury a small statue of St. Joseph somewhere in their yard and to recite a special prayer in the hopes that St. Joseph will intercede on their behalf for the...

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Do you forget to pray? A prayer altar is a visual reminder to pray
May27

Do you forget to pray? A prayer altar is a visual reminder to pray

How many times have you watched an old movie or read a historical novel and told yourself, “I don’t know how they did it back then.” You can’t imagine living during a time where you had to wash and dry your clothes without the help of your energy-efficient washer and dryer, or prepare dinner minus your convection oven or multi-burner cooktop. Not too long ago, laundry day meant you had to wash clothes by hand, and feeding your family...

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5 Family Fun Mary Activities
May20

5 Family Fun Mary Activities

There are many ways you and your family can honor Mary throughout the month of May. While we’re not obligated by the Church to formally participate in a May crowning, the month of May is the perfect time to keep the Mother of God more present in our hearts. Enjoy the slideshow with some great suggestions for honoring Mary that even your kids won’t groan about taking part in! [SlideDeck2 id=624] 1 “Sweet” Mary A “sweet” way to honor...

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