2017-05_LT-TextsNotToSend

5 Texts You Should NOT Send if You Want to Grow in Virtue

The great power we have is at the tip of our fingers. We can say anything we want and not have to say it to someone’s face.

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All is Gift… Even Discernment

God doesn’t want you to follow a map. God wants you to follow Him.

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How NOT to Discern

Big V Vocation is for all of us. We each have a divine calling written on our hearts, a life through which we reach heaven and lead others there, too.

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When Tolerance isn’t Enough

Love, unlike tolerance, is uncomfortable. It can’t be content with just anything. It intends to wreck a life that has become content with self-destruction.

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2017-04_LT-Maybe

Why “Maybe” Could be Hurting Your Relationship with God

You weren’t made for “maybe.” God wants all of you – Jesus asks us to jump in with both feet.

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2017-02_LT-RadicalHospitality

I Was a Stranger and You Welcomed Me

We have become so absorbed with ourselves and our image that we forget about the other person right next to us.

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2017-03_LT-SaintsTooCool

When the Saints Seem too Cool for You

The saints lived incredible, heroic, nearly unbelievable moments because their love for God was just as radical in those moments as it was in the most un-incredible moments of their lives.

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Please Stop Saying You’re a “Bad Catholic”

Christ didn’t come to tell us how bad we are, He came to tell us how good we are.

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Muslims Drink Coffee Too

I think if Muslims and Christians learn more about the common threads in their faith traditions – in particular by getting to know each other in person, with open minds and without judgement, they can improve their relationships.

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2017-01_LT-DropOcean

A Drop in the Ocean: Why Missions Matter

As I stepped off the plane during my first mission trip, I hardly expected the ways in which my understanding of poverty was about to be challenged.

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