Catholic daily living

I therefore, a prisoner in the Lord, beseech you that you walk worthy of the vocation in which you are called, With all humility and mildness, with patience, supporting one another in charity. Careful to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. One body and one Spirit; as you are called in one hope of your calling. One Lord, one faith, one baptism.

~ephesians 4:1-5

Since, like all the faithful, lay Christians are entrusted by God with the apostolate by virtue of their Baptism and Confirmation, they have the right and duty, individually or grouped in associations, to work so that the divine message of salvation may be known and accepted by all men throughout the earth. This duty is the more pressing when it is only through them that men can hear the Gospel and know Christ. Their activity in ecclesial communities is so necessary that, for the most part, the apostolate of the pastors cannot be fully effective without it.

"Hence the laity, dedicated as they are to Christ and anointed by the Holy Spirit, are marvelously called and prepared so that even richer fruits of the Spirit maybe produced in them. For all their works, prayers, and apostolic undertakings, family and married life, daily work, relaxation of mind and body, if they are accomplished in the Spirit - indeed even the hardships of life if patiently born - all these become spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. In the celebration of the Eucharist these may most fittingly be offered to the Father along with the body of the Lord. And so, worshipping everywhere by their holy actions, the laity consecrate the world itself to God, everywhere offering worship by the holiness of their lives."

~Catechism of the Catholic Church, Paragraphs 900-901

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Christ as Bridegroom - Dr. Brant Pitre

A life-changing lecture focussed on Christ's love for all of us, a spousal love.

A website dedicated to Liturgy, Church Year and Prayer. There is lots of great information to browse through on this website, including: News and Current Major Holy Days, Information on the Current Liturgical Season, Upcoming Holidays and more.

God can use you - Jeff Cavins

Jeff Cavins provides inspiring testimony illustrating that, with our permission, God uses us where we are and just as we are.

Keeping Friday

A day for penance and prayer, A day for good works 

 Keeping Friday Liturgical Leaflet, edited by the National Liturgy Office and published by Publications Service, Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. This leaflet can be downloaded and printed or read on the website.

Jocelyne's Resource-of-the-Month, April 2019
Learn about the four temperaments: Choleric, Sanguine, Melancholic & Phlegmatic, and take the free quiz to learn your primary and secondary temperaments and learn aboutthe implications for your life. You may choose to share with others and compare results. This quiz is based on 30 years of counselling experience and is the most accurate of all personality quizzes; it's also the most fun! 

The Temperament God Gave You - Art & Laraine Bennett

These talks by Art and Laraine Bennett about temperament are a good introduction to the four temperaments and to their books on the subject.

The Catholic Cursillo Movement

We are a movement recognized by the Roman Catholic Church (and which has also spread in several Christian churches). Its name comes from the Spanish word "Cursillo," which means small course. Its original full name is "Cursillo de Cristiandad" (short course in Christianity). However, it is not a theoretical course nor a traditional retreat; it is best described as an experience. An experience that leads to discover and better live what is fundamental in Christianity.

The Charismatic Renewal Movement - EWTN

General information about the Charismatic Renewal movement for educational purposes. 

What Christ Means by Purity of Heart

A blog post written by Sonja Corbitt and published September 9, 2016 on The Great Adventure Bible Study website.

What Constitutes a Practicing Catholic?

Ascension Presents on YouTube: Do you know what makes someone a "practicing" Catholic? Fr. Mike Schmitz addresses this topic.

Why Christians Leave Church - Bishop Barron

YouTube Video:The most recent Pew Study survey indicates that intellectual objections figure prominently when religious drifters are asked why they abandoned their faith. It's time that we teachers, catechists, theologians, apologists, and evangelists do something about it! Bishop Barron addresses these issues in this video commentary.Visit to learn more!