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We have all been created to love and be loved. No matter how many times we try to satisfy this natural human desire with things of this world, the only thing that will ever truly satiate us is the perfect love from our Creator.
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God loves us with agape love. Agape love seeks what is truly best for the other person without any regard to ourselves. This is perfectly exemplified in Jesus' sacrifice for our sins.
Today's challenge: How can you love others today in ways that are truly free and selfless?
Throughout her life, Saint Josephine Bakhita upheld chastity, poverty, and obedience in courageous ways. Enjoy this clip below from the film, Bakhita: From Slave to Saint, reenacting her extraordinary example of living as a faithful Christian.
In today's gospel, Mary is heading into the temple to present the baby Jesus. She is approached by a stranger, Simeon, who takes Jesus and greatly claims that this is indeed, the Messiah, or the anointed one. The story goes on with Simeon speaking to directly Mary about the implications this will...
Vocation is not what you do, it is who you are. God has created you not to do things to fulfill your identity but to be in relationship with Him, which then fulfills your identity as a child of God. Does the way you live out (or prepare for) your vocation reflect this?
Francisco and Jacinta Marto were among the village children living in Fátima, Portugal in 1917. They, along with their cousin Lucia, encountered our Lady in profound ways that have transformed the world since. How can we be encouraged by their witness as small children to heed the bold requests o...
Jesus chooses not to build his Church on a physical location, like Solomon building the previous temple, but on the merciful and intimate relationship that he has with Peter. What does this mean for us, the body of his Church?