Catholic Life, Faith and Prayer

How Can YOU Help the Poor Internationally?

This post was contributed by Fouad of Humanitarian Prayers.

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The Bible says a lot about helping the poor. Jesus made a big deal about it, saying in Matthew 25:45 (NAB),

“Amen, I say to you, what you did not do for one of these least ones, you did not do for me.”

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Catholic Life, Free Resources, Social Media, Uncategorized

3 Reasons Why You Should Enter That Giveaway

This post is written by Amy Brooks, author of the blog Prayer, Wine, Chocolate, and founder of Catholics Online.

Enter That Giveaway

Are you scrolling through social media and seeing “giveaway posts”?

Are you wondering if you should enter one or if it’s shady?

Most giveaway posts on social media are free and totally safe!  Giveaways help bloggers and small businesses market their content and products inexpensively.  Entering a giveaway is a great way to support small businesses, ministries and artists.

Here are 3 Reasons We Encourage You to Enter that Giveaway! Continue reading “3 Reasons Why You Should Enter That Giveaway”

Books, Catholic Life, Faith and Prayer

Are You Listening? A Book To Help You Hear God’s Voice In Your Life

This post is contributed by Christine Canino, Author of Spirit of Catholic Success.

Mediocre Catholic

Do you ever feel like your faith life is mediocre?

Like you are just going through life without really participating, just watching from the sidelines?

Do you find yourself at mass distracted by the kids, or your mind wandering to your laundry and your shopping and your dishes and your mile long list of things to do?

It is easy to fall into the trap of seeing life as mediocre, as just flying by fast and furious without much purpose or passion.

What to break free from mediocrity?
Continue reading “Are You Listening? A Book To Help You Hear God’s Voice In Your Life”

Faith and Prayer

11 Ways to Quit Making Excuses and Pray the Rosary

This post is written by Amy Brooks, author of the blog Prayer, Wine, Chocolate, and founder of Catholics Online.

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Confession: I don’t pray the Rosary every day.  I am pretty sure if I did, I’d be happy about it, but I am the queen of excuses.

I am busy.

I don’t have a 20 minute chunk of time. 

My family needs me.  Continue reading “11 Ways to Quit Making Excuses and Pray the Rosary”

Faith and Prayer

Jesus Was a Refugee and other Biblical reasons to stand with refugees

This post is written by Fouad Abou-Rizk, author of Humanitarian Prayers.

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Why Standing With Refugees is Very Biblical was originally published in full on Humanitarian Prayers.

In this article, Fouad gives examples of Biblical refugees, including Jesus, that inspire us to stand with refugees in 2018. Continue reading “Jesus Was a Refugee and other Biblical reasons to stand with refugees”