What Jesus, a Country Song About Divorce and a Study on Gratitude Have in Common

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What do Jesus, a country song about divorce and a research study about gratitude have in common? More than you might think. The study came to my attention yesterday when I read Ashley Crouch’s reflection on the benefits of gratitude over at the “Verily” magazine blog. Ashley stated that “a report from the Harvard Medical [Read More...]

Nuns Having Fun: Salesians Dance Gangnam Style

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Salesian Sister Colleen Clair, FMA, whose online nickname is “HappyNun,” posted this video on Facebook of her fellow Sisters and Aspirants having a little Gangnam style fun. If you’ve ever thought nuns lead dry, boring lives, this video should show you that loving Jesus and acting joyful are not mutually exclusive. And if you have [Read More...]

A Sexual Abuse Victim’s Efforts to Be a Conduit to the Light of God and the Saints

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When rock journalist Dawn Eden left behind her sexually promiscuous lifestyle to embrace chastity, Christianity, and eventually the Catholic Church, the decision shocked a lot of people. She shared her journey of conversion in her first book “The Thrill of the Chaste: Finding Fulfillment While Keeping Your Clothes On.” Now Dawn has revealed more of [Read More...]

Feminine, Faithful, Free and Bold: One Woman’s Journey Toward Love & Liberation with the Saints

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“In a sense, Teresa of Avila was a party girl.” That may not be the common perception of the beloved saint, but it’s a personality trait that intrigued author and EWTN host Colleen Carroll Campbell, who was a Catholic college student hungry for a deeper relationship with God when she first started exploring Teresa’s life. [Read More...]


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