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Looking for a New Year’s resolution?

How about, studying the Catechism?

It’s free, simple and effective. You get one email a day (MON-FRI) and cover the entire catechism in a year!

To sign yourself up for Catechism in a year, click here.
How about a Bible study?
Jeff Cavins has a great site. The Great Adventure Bible study. Find a study near you, or put your Great Adventure Bible study on the map!

Explore the Map

Not to be out done, the great Scott Hahn also has one.

Reading the Bible from The Heart of The Church

The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology is a non-profit research and educational institute that promotes life-transforming Scripture study in the Catholic tradition. Learn More

“No, no!” You say, “I just want to become a better person and do more good for my fellow man!”

Huh? Well, have you tried your Church. At our Parish, we have the St. Vincent de Paul society. Their members gather clothing, appliances and food to give to the poor members of the Parish. In addition, the provide services, such as daycare, for mom’s who have to work and they look for employers for people that need jobs. And they do all that, on a voluntary basis.

The Knights of Columbus, Knights of Peter Claver and many other societies are out there in the Catholic world which provide services to the needy. I’ve never been to a Catholic Parish which did not at least have connections to several of these. Just ask in your parish office.

“Yes, but what I really want is to feel closer to God!”

Ha! You’ve come to the right place! The best way to feel close to God, is to partake of the Eucharist. And the Catholic Church offers the Eucharist daily. Check your parish office for times. Or you can check this website for Mass times in your area. They even have an app for your phone.

Mass Times for Travel on the App Store – iTunes – Apple

Mass Times for Travel – Android Apps on Google Play

We’ve got several prayer devotions which you can do alone or in groups.

The Holy Rosary

The Chaplet of The Divine Mercy

The Five First Saturdays Devotion to the Immaculate Heart

THE SACRED HEART – Catholic Tradition

And there are tons of others. Ask around at your Parish. There’s lots of things they have for those of you looking to turn over a new leaf.

Ideas for New Year’s Resolutions

How about, studying the Catechism? It’s free, simple and effective. You get one email a day (MON-FRI) and cover the entire catechism in a year!  Read more.

The difference between prayer, worship and Liturgy

There is very little difference between the words “prayer” and “worship”. But they do not mean exactly the same thing.
The basic difference in this day and age, is that worship is only directed to God but prayer can be directed to either God or the Saints.
So, what is prayer?…(Read more)

Priests for Life Week of Prayer Announced

August 22-29 Event to Focus on Ending the Evils of Planned Parenthood

A coalition of religious and pro-life groups announced today that from August 22-29, 2015, they will lead a Week of Prayer to End the Evils of Planned Parenthood.

At www.PrayerCampaign.org, several prayers have been posted to utilize during this week. These prayers include the intentions of repentance for our nation, an end to the killing of children and the selling of their body parts, healing for those wounded by abortion, conversion of abortionists, and strength and perseverance for pro-life activists.

Churches are asked to utilize and promote these prayers among their congregations. Those who are participating are asked to sign up on the form at www.PrayerCampaign.org.

The effort, headed by Priests for Life, includes the following groups, with more to come:

Priests for Life Faith and Action
National Pro-life Religious Council Gospel of Life Ministries
National Clergy Council National Pro-life Center
Charismatic Episcopal Church for Life National Institute of Family and Life Advocates
Presbyterians Pro-life Catholics Called to Witness
Evangelical Church Alliance Jill Stanek (JillStanek.com)
Conservative Congregational Christian Conference

Fr. Pavone on latest video: Were these babies born alive?

NEW YORK –Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, released the following statement today regarding the newest video made public by the Center for Medical Progress.

“The latest video, released today, increases the evidence that Planned Parenthood is violating federal law that prohibits selling body parts or altering the abortion procedure to obtain such parts. Moreover, the video talks about obtaining full fetal cadavers. It raises the disturbing question as to whether some of these babies are born alive and then killed. Kermit Gosnell is serving life sentences for doing that. It may be time for some Planned Parenthood doctors to join him in prison.

“The discussion of full cadavers is no surprise to me; in fact, I have obtained full cadavers of aborted babies, in order to bury them, from pathologists who in turn got them from abortion clinics.”

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