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I showed up to work and high fived the first co-worker I saw. At five, I swung by happy hour but was already happy way before my drink arrived. I got home and rather than flipping on the TV, I jumped to cooking dinner. Everything was different because sometimes the smallest ...
St. Patrick used an Irish shamrock to explain the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity which we celebrate today. As Pope Francis said today in the Angelus address in St. Peter's Square, it is Jesus who reveals to us this mystery, for he speaks of God as Father, which makes ...
When’s the last time you thoroughly enjoyed a movie from beginning to end, that put a big grin on your face from start to finish and made you want to feel like you could get up and dance and belt out songs with the best of the actors on screen? Improbable as it sounds,...
The summer movie season is officially upon us this weekend, with the release of the new “Avengers: Age of Ultron” leading the annual flood of superheroes, action movies and broad comedies into theatres. But while the new movie costs $250 million and features an ar...
Fr. Scott , My name is John and I have a lot of questions concerning my faith or should I say what little of it is left! I truly feel like a SON OF JOB. I am a very seasoned Christian. I have attended two Catholic university’s and I am fairly well schooled with scrip...
Midlife crises are always rife with complications, and those complications often make great fodder for fiction. The new movie “While We’re Young,” written and directed by the outstanding young filmmaker Noah Baumbach, shows that the topic can be funny, a bit t...
Unless you’re Barbie or a dwarf called Happy you’ll most likely, at some point in life, go through what’s called a “slump”; that sluggish day, week or month of mere survival of existence. All of us pull through a slump with the help of romantic com...
Christ the Good Shepherd - Out of the depths I call to you, LORD; Lord, hear my cry! May your ears be attentive to my cry for mercy! If you, LORD, keep account of sins, Lord, who can stand? But with you is forgiveness and so you are revered. (Psalm 130) The Lord heard our pr...
Every night when the house is asleep, the chores are completed and I'm alone, I make a cup of tea. As the tea kettle whistles I'll choose a refreshing peppermint, relaxing chamomile or my favorite standby, sleepy time tea. Each sip slowly relaxes me as I let go of ...
What constitutes a sin? If the Catholic Church forbids an act is the act a sin? Also do sins matter since Jesus was crucified and resurrected? What is a sin? God is the source of truth; he is the Truth. He has told us what is right and what is wrong. A sin is deliberate di...



 

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Matt and I met in September 2009 through your site after I had just moved to Michigan to start graduate school. We started dating soon after and have been inseparable ever since! Matt and I got engaged in May 2014 and will be getting married in just 53 days! I've attached a photo from our engagem...

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I was a member on this site for approximately 4 years when I received an e mail from a lady whose screen name was jaregbesola. After a few e-mails back and forth we decided to met for lunch. Our first date on July 22, 2012 lasted only 4 and a half hours. After a few more dates we became engaged o...

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I just wanted to thank Catholic Singles so much for making God's blessings possible in my life. The day I signed on to CatholicSingles, my husband had given up and had signed on to close his account. He saw my message and decided to hold on to hope. I was in California, and Matthew was in Florida...

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