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Friday, September 20, 2019

A hymn to Mary, in the wake of Notre Dame’s fire

Just push play and pray along. Suitable for all ages. Thank you to great film-making team at Spirit Juice Studios! Banner image credit: mattabbe / iStock 183305123

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The #ShareJesus series hosts a variety of speakers with credible messages that are easy to share in social media, or with students and other groups....

It’s Okay Not to Know Everything

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#Scripture in Your Pocket

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Catechists, the Catechism , and Courage

BY PAT GOHN Anniversaries are a great time to look back, look ahead, and count the blessings. On our 25th “silver” wedding anniversary, my husband...

Catholic Central presents “The Rosary” (6-min. video)

A fun, informative, history of the Rosary -- and more! Great for middleschoolers, teens, and adults.