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Catholic Masculinity - Strength

God has given men a trait of strength. How are we to use this trait in today's world? Here we look at strength in terms of stamina, courage, and consistency along with the practice of purity to maintain preserve strength.


Today's Apostolic Catholic Man

Today's Catholic man needs to stir things up and bring his Faith out into the world that sorely needs. There are so many things we can do if we only have the desire and the courage. Pope Francis said "I want people to go out."


The Catholic Roots of Family Patriarchy

Introducing Kyle Carter "Thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build my church..." (Matthew 16:18) Jesus Christ declared St. Peter the visible head of the Catholic Church, but this commission was prefigured long before Our Lord spoke these …


Spiritual Commitments for Catholic Men

More than ever today Catholic men have to be consistent with their spiritual commitments and astute with their knowledge of the faith in order that they not be lost or have their families lose the faith.


A Protestant Culture Has No Standards

,When a society creates rules and laws based upon what a majority of people agree on, it arrives a a situation where no real moral standards exist. This is where America and much of the western world currently finds itself.


All Hallow's Eve 2015

A popular alternative to contemporary Halloween practices is a family celebration of the actual origin of the day which is All Hallow's Eve on the eve of All Saints' Day. This group gathers annually on that day for fellowship and fun where the …


Catholic Father: Priest of His Domestic Church

During Mass this past Sunday, the Priest explained in his homily the required elements of a Catholic Church building. Every Catholic Church must have a pulpit, a confessional, and an altar. He went on to apply these elements to the domestic church …


Integrity: Requisite for Catholic Parents

We parents are the PRIMARY educators of our children, and how do people ESPECIALLY children learn? They learn by OBSERVATION. If we are saying one thing and behaving and doing something else, our children will quickly become confused.


Benefiting from the Adversity God Sends Us

Often the adversities we encounter through no fault of our own include an opportunity for learning and growing. We don't necessarily need to view them as punishments but to seek God's assistance to endure them and learn from them. This is the way …


Dads: Train Your Children to Pray

Parents have to train their children to make good choices. St. Ignatius tells us that sincere prayer influences the way we think and the decisions we make. So part of assisting our children in making good choices is training them in an effective …