The Power of Confession To Turn Your Weaknesses To Strengths

I assure you, if you approach confession or the sacrament of reconciliation with a sincere and humble heart, you will experience the flow of grace in your life. Watch the video below and find out how the power of confession can enable you to become the best version of yourself:

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How Ten Minutes A Day In Daily Prayer Will Change Your Life

Daily prayer requires a commitment. But do you know that praying even just for ten minutes a day will have a profound positive effect in your life?

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Abundantly Faithful Not Hopelessly Faithless

Before anything else, a blessed, faith-filled new year to you and your family! May the Lord crown your year with His goodness and may your paths drip with abundance! (Psalm 65:11) The year 2015 has been both very blessed and challenging for me, a year of joy and grief, a year of inner turmoil and peace. […]

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The October Prayer To St. Joseph

This prayer was taken from the booklet “Devotions to Saint Joseph” by Brian Moore, S.J., printed and published by the Society of St. Paul. It was written by Leo XIII and is commonly said after praying Our Lady’s Rosary.

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He loves us so much…

Today is Christmas day! May you have an outpouring of wondrous blessings not just this Christmas but in all the days of your life! A while ago, I was staring at my computer screen, wondering (and praying) what to say to you today. Then a short time after, I felt so joyous. You know I […]

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St. Joseph, Then and Now; a Simple Man now Exalted, 10 of 10

by Louis Templeman Luke 2: 46, “. . . but not finding him, they returned to Jerusalem to look for him . . . . When his parents saw him they were astonished . . . . But they did not understand what he said to them. He went down with them and came to […]

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Joseph, Then and Now; Steady Worker, 9 of 10

by Louis Templeman After Herod dies Joseph was instructed by an angel to return to Israel. In Israel Joseph learns Herod’s son is on the throne. This gives him pause. He cannot relocate near the King. Perhaps, he felt the Messiah should grow up near the Temple, but he fears this cannot be. He dreams […]

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