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Is Thanksgiving A Time to Evangelize?

One of the most intriguing aspects of Thanksgiving is that we give thanks around a table of food with people, typically family members, we may not care for. Though this point may be denied by some, it is fact of life that not everyone gets along. Sin, by our own free will can lead us to do funny things around those we care not...

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Five Lessons Evangelist Can Learn From the Feast of Christ the King

God should always be in our minds. You may say that this was the thinking of Pope Pius XII when he formally established the Feast of Christ the King in 1925. The premise behind this significant Feast was to combat secularism by bringing an awareness of Christ in the daily lives of the faithful.  Pope Pius XII saw the rise of...

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Before You Go: What Would You Say to Someone Who Wants to Leave the Catholic Church?

I would imagine that no one ever wants to see a loved one walk away from the Church. This scenario plays out more often than naught with the people I speak to on a daily basis. A day doesn’t go by without encountering someone who is Catholic but not practicing. When I recently taught on this topic to a large capacity crowd who...

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