Lives of the Saints, Prayer

Got a Minute to Save a Soul?

One of the main messages from Our Lady when she appeared at Fatima was for us to understand the importance of prayer as the path of salvation for souls.  As we learned last week, it pleases God when we perform the Spiritual Acts of Mercy.

Pray, pray a great deal and make many sacrifices, for many souls go to Hell because they have no one to make sacrifices and pray for them. 

Our Lady of Fatima
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Lives of the Saints

Do You Have an Inspired Work Life?

What words come to mind as you think about your work life?  Do honest, diligent, hardworking, patient, persevering, charitable, forbearing, pleasant, productive, balanced come to mind?  As we honor St. Joseph the Worker on the eve of his feast day tomorrow, we look at who he was as a worker and how he can inspire us in our work life. 

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Inspiring Goodness

Five Words That Can Change the World

Living through the pandemic and all its challenges that have been exposed has been tough.  From job loss, health crisis, identity crisis and watching the social injustice, it is easy to become hopeless and feel like there is nothing one person can do.  But there is.  Each and every one of us can say these five words which will profoundly impact our world:

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Be Smitten

Are You Living Your Why?

Picture a pre-COVID time when we might be having a cup of coffee, or more likely a glass of wine together and catching up on life.  What would you say if I asked you what is your why?  Why do you think you were put on this earth during this moment in time? 

Close your eyes and take a deep breath. 

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