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Find your spiritual idiolect at Catholic Spirituality Blogs Network

Everyone has an idiolect–a collection of personal speech habits that is different from anyone else’s. Have you ever thought about your spiritual idiolect? Since your soul is unique, you have a personal way of speaking to God that no one … Continue reading

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Calling all Catholic spirituality bloggers!

Do you blog primarily on Catholic spirituality? Not a blog on Catholic doctrine or apologetics, politics, book reviews or a “Mommy blog”–but one focused on helping your readers grow closer to Christ? I have not been able to find an … Continue reading

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Meditate on the Eucharist, our Thanksgiving

The Eucharist is our thanksgiving, our thank offering to God. Meditate on the Eucharist this Thanksgiving with the help of this great work of art. Consciously set aside all distractions. Quiet your mind. Ask the Holy Spirit to guide your … Continue reading

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Holiness and education both begin with openness

ph’phata!” Jesus said to the man who was deaf and mute. “Be open!” (See Mark 7:34.) The call to openness is a call to us all, whether we seek greater intimacy with God, or a better education for our children. … Continue reading

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