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Catholic Quote of the Day — from Pope Francis

“A prayer that does not lead you to practical action for your brother—the poor, the sick, those in need of help, a brother in difficulty—is a sterile and incomplete prayer. But, in the same way . . . When time is not set aside for dialogue with him in prayer, we risk serving ourselves and not God present in our […]

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Catholic Quote of the Day — from Pope Francis

“Parents are called to teach their children to defend life, beginning with life in the womb, recognizing that life is a gift from God and an assurance for the future of humanity.” (Pope Francis, Message for National Week of the Family in Brazil; attributed by Vatican Radio) Print this entry

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Catholic Quote of the Day — from Pope Francis

“…I wish to reflect on how we live the Eucharist in our daily lives, as a Church and individual Christians. First, the Eucharist affects the way we see others. In his life, Christ manifested his love by being with people, and by sharing their desires and problems. So too the Eucharist brings us together with others—young and old, poor and […]

“Saint Thomas Aquinas” by Diego Velázquez
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Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Thomas Aquinas

“In the life of the body a man is sometimes sick, and unless he takes medicine, he will die: even so in the spiritual life a man is sick on account of sin; wherefore he needs medicine so that he may be restored to health; and this grace is bestowed in the Sacrament of Penance: Who forgiveth all thy iniquities, […]

Father Thomas Edward Dubay, S.M.Father Thomas Edward Dubay, S.M.

Catholic Quote of the Day — from Fr. Thomas Dubay, S.M.

“Heroic love for God and neighbor is, of course, is closely aligned to profound intimacy with the indwelling Trinity. To a large extent, they are the same thing. We love Father, Son and Holy Spirit to the extent that we are in intimate prayer communion with them which is lived out in our actions.” (Father Thomas Edward Dubay, S.M., 1921-2010, […]