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10 prayers for peace

What does the Church say about peace? The Catholic Church proclaims that human life is sacred and that the dignity of the person is the foundation of society. This is the foundation of all the principles of our social doctrine. The Church always calls us to do all we can to avoid [...]
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8 lessons learned from the coronavirus, by Víktor Küppers

The two most important words for Viktor Küppers are passion and enthusiasm. He is a trainer by vocation, as well as the author of the books "The Attitude Effect" and "Living a Meaningful Life". And he tries to put into practice every day the words of Maria Teresa of Calcutta: "May no one ever come to you without being [...]
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Meditation of Pope Francis at the Extraordinary Blessing Urbi et Orbi to ask for an end to the pandemic of COVID-19

A time of adoration and extraordinary Urbi et Orbi Blessing to pray for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic The Pope wanted to gather all of us to pray before the Lord to ask for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, and then to impart the Urbi et Orbi Blessing, with the possibility of gaining a plenary indulgence. [...]
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7 shrines of Our Lady where to go to pray without leaving home (and a bonus gift) 😜.

There are many of us who are confined at home, unable to go out, because of the advance of COVID-19. Perhaps now you may have more difficulty in praying: because at home you are more distracted, you do not have Jesus in the Tabernacle and it is more difficult to remain in the Presence of God. Have you tried to go out with your imagination [...]?
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Prayer: Monologue or conversation with God?

''Dejé de rezar cuando me di cuenta que estaba hablando conmigo misma'' Recientemente veía una entrevista a un cargo público español, en la que el entrevistador le pregunta por su infancia en un tono cómico, como es habitual en este programa. Tras comentar que había ido a un Colegio de monjas, el entrevistador le pregunta: […]
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The meaning of adoration explained by Pope Francis in 8 ideas

What is worship? Adoration of God is one of the four acts proper to the virtue of religion. To adore responds to a search of man; but above all to an initiative of God who searches for man. God opens his intimacy to man and shows him the right way to reach him. When the [...]
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A prayer for every concern

In the Gospel of St. Matthew (Mt 11:28) we can read: ''Come to me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest''. In this post we collect the different prayers that we have been converting into images to use in social networks, with the aim of having them at hand to give thanks in good times, [...]
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The Way of the Cross

What is the Stations of the Cross? The Way of the Cross is one of the most common pious practices during the Fridays of Lent. Good Friday could not be less. What the liturgy celebrates is extended with the recitation of the Stations of the Cross. Origin of the Stations of the Cross Its recitation is a very ancient custom, since the end of [...]
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The seven words of Jesus on the Cross

Another of the pious customs of Good Friday, together with the recitation of the Stations of the Cross, is the meditation of the Seven Words that the Lord pronounced on the Cross. Normally they are meditated in the form of a sermon, a homily, pronounced by a priest who illuminates the different words for the faithful to contemplate. In [...]
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7 ideas for praying every day if you are Catholic and very busy

Rezar no siempre es fácil. Aunque lo intentes, quizá te cuesta encontrar el tiempo para hacerlo. Te sugerimos 7 momentos para encontrar a Dios en tu día a día.
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