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Making a Holy Lent & The 12 Steps to Holiness and Salvation (2 Book Set)

…Wednesday to the spring of Easter, making this coming Lent the holiest you've ever experienced.   The 12 Steps to Holiness The 12 virtues we must all acquire to be happy in this world and to save our souls are now explained in a beautiful, Premium UltraSoft edition book, featuring…

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Confession: Its Fruitful Practice (With An Examination of Conscience)

This wonderful and practical little book explains clearly and thoroughly how to make a good Confession but in much greater detail than covered in most catechisms. It includes an examination of conscience; contrition and its necessary qualities; the purpose of amendment and its necessary qualities;…

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The Last Things DVD

…first the particular Judgment before God, then Heaven or Hell as our destination for all eternity. The Catholic teaching on Purgatory is also explained, giving examples from the Scriptures and philosophy.  Powerful music, beautiful artwork and imagery are used throughout the film, and…

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What Jesus Saw From the Cross & How To Pray Always (2 Book Set)

…of saints, Fr. Plus explains sure ways we can recollect ourselves before prayer so that once we begin to pray, our prayers will be richer and more productive; he teaches us how to practice interior silence habitually, even in the rush and noise of the world; and he explains each of the kinds of…

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Lenten Reflections & A Father Who Keeps His Promises (2 Book Set)

…as Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, and David, who lead us to Christ and His sacrifice for us.  The format includes daily readings throughout Lent, and culminating with Divine Mercy Sunday.  Features daily scripture verse, prayer and reflection questions, for a deeper Lenten experience. …

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How Do I Explain Lent to Non-Catholics?

Have you ever struggled to explain why you participate in Lent? If you have friends or family members who are not Catholic, they may notice something a bit different about you - namely, your curious new habits, behaviors, or avoidances during this season leading up to Easter. Whether it's people at…

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How to Explain Your Ashes: 3 Methods

…recognizing that life passes away on earth. We strive during Lent to refocus our lives on God and look toward his Kingdom in Heaven rather than the kingdom on earth. For Catholic devotional items that will help you through your Lent and Easter journey, go here. Read next Lenten Season 101: A Guide…

Why Do Christians Fast? Three Reasons Explained by St. Thomas Aquinas

…St. Thomas Aquinas Below are three reasons as described by St. Thomas Aquinas from his Summa Theologica. These points are great to keep in mind for Lent, the traditional time the Church sets aside for denying our bodily appetite as an act of self-mortification and penance (which is actually good for…

Fasting: The Benefits For Body, Mind, And Soul

…fasting?  I have thought about this a lot lately, maybe because I have finished Dr. Fung's book, but more likely because Lent is upon us and fasting has long been a part of Lent. Yet, perhaps because fasting is also a type of mortification, we can fall into the trap of believing (as I did) that its…

A Lenten Tradition: Veiling the Cross for Passiontide

…during Lent I would see the crosses covered and always wonder why, too afraid to ask an adult. Explain this custom to your children and encourage your family to engage in this Lenten practice. It is easy for children to become distracted by the things we receive at Easter. But Lent is an important…

Stations of the Cross Experienced in a New Way

…might reinvigorate your love of this special devotion. Stations of the Cross Coloring Book If you have a little one, then they need the Stations explained to them on their level. That is exactly what a Stations of the Cross Coloring Book does. A Stations Coloring Book includes a brief description of…

One of the Best Ways to teach your kids their Faith!

…Cross by Reverend L. Lovasik and Reverend J Winkler: Lent is when we reflect on Jesus’ suffering on the cross and a very solemn time during the liturgical year. I think children have a hard time contemplating Jesus’ suffering, but this book explains The Stations of the Cross in an age appropriate…

How To Celebrate As A Catholic When It’s Ash Wednesday & St. Valentine’s Day

…day candy or chocolate? No problem! Why not eat it a day early, on Fat Tuesday, or depending on what you’re giving up for Lent, why not save it for Sunday? Sundays during Lent are not fasting days. Don’t you just love that? 4. Say "I love you." Tell your spouse, children, family, and friends that…

Why YOU Need an Advent Wreath

…home. Explain to your children the meaning of this week's candle and what they should focus on during the coming week. A fun way to keep kids involved is to take your children out on a nature hunt to gather the holly, berries, evergreen, and pinecones to decorate the Advent Wreath. Explain to them…

Don't Start Christmas without Advent: Here's Everything You Need to Know!

…the feast of the Baptism of Jesus. Advent is given to us as a time to prepare our souls for the coming of the Lord. Advent is to Christmas what Lent is to Easter. In modern times we are tempted to skip over the penitential aspects of Advent and focus on the joy of Christmas. This is a great tragedy.…

Tips for a Holier New Year: Day 5 – Expect Temptations

…Expect Temptation Saint Francis de Sales implored his flock not to be surprised when faced with temptations. In his Sermon on the First Sunday of Lent he said the following regarding temptations:  “We make a mistake if we assume that in this Christian walk we can avoid temptation.  Christ himself…

The Symbolism of Candlemas

…His divinity. As written by Dom Prosper Guéranger, OSB, in his classic work, Liturgical Year: "The mystery of today's ceremony has frequently been explained by liturgists, dating from the 7th century. According to Ivo of Chartres, the wax, which is formed from the juice of flowers by the bee, always…

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