Catholic Life

Marching in Spirit: Supporting the March for Life from Afar

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

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The March for Life is a beautiful witness to God’s love.  Many Catholics and non-Catholics will travel to D.C. on January 18th this year to demonstrate the need for compassionate laws – for both women and the unborn.

But, some of us can’t make it.

We all have different reasons.  Personally, I just can not bring my 1 year old twins.

But, I want to show my support.  Not only on January 18th, but every day of the year.

If you want to support the March for Life, but can not attend, here are 3 things you can do to “March in Spirit”: Continue reading “Marching in Spirit: Supporting the March for Life from Afar”

Faith and Prayer, Shopping Guide

Gorgeous, Vintage, Catholic Jewelry

This post is sponsored by Rose Osada from Relics by Rose.

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I’m so excited to share with you my shop Relics by Rose!

In my shop you’ll find handmade, faith inspired jewelry that combines remnants and relics from bygone eras with stylish, modern designs. Continue reading “Gorgeous, Vintage, Catholic Jewelry”

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.”

Continue reading “How Can YOU Help the Poor Internationally?”

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The Healthy, Happy, Holy Advent Challenge

This post is contributed by Johnna from Catholic Women Run.

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Are you ready to feel your healthiest and happiest, and to feel the closest to God you’ve ever been?! Join us to have the best Advent of your life! Continue reading “The Healthy, Happy, Holy Advent Challenge”

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Infuse the Catholic Faith into Your Family Life

This post is contributed by Monica of Arma Dei: Equipping Catholic Families


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Subscribe to Equipping Catholic Families and receive the FREE Cathletics Craft Kit Sampler! Continue reading “Infuse the Catholic Faith into Your Family Life”

Catholic Life, Faith and Prayer

Explore the Catholic World – From Your Home!

This post is contributed by Elayne Miller of Annunciation Designs.

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Annunciation Designs

The wisdom of the Saints brought to life. Catholic cards and goods with hand-lettered designs.

Hi there! I’m Elayne Miller, and I’m so excited to welcome you to Annunciation Designs, a hand-lettered greeting card and goods shop. Continue reading “Explore the Catholic World – From Your Home!”

Catholic Life

8 Ways to Live the Beatitudes in the Workplace

How to Evangelize in a Secular Work Environment. This post is contributed by Taryn Oesch, author of the blog: Everyday Roses.

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The New Evangelization calls us to “be evangelized and then go forth to evangelize.”

Most of us don’t spend our days working in religious ministry. So how are we called to evangelize in a secular working environment?

Should we leave rosaries on our bosses’ desks and invite our cubicle mates to Mass? I’m sure there are cases when these activities are appropriate and effective.

But subtler ways to be a Christian witness with non-Christian or non-Catholic co-workers can have more impact.

Here are 8 strategies to evangelize in your workplace. Continue reading “8 Ways to Live the Beatitudes in the Workplace”

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”