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Spiritual Life

How a healthy appreciation of nature can lead us to God

St. Bonaventure believed that the world around us could help us draw closer to God.

What is a Christian mystic?

Mystics are those people who have a unique connection to God that many of us do not understand.

Do this one thing and you will find peace that will last forever

St. Alphonsus Liguori believed a successful spiritual life hinged on this one action.

Surround yourself with St. Michael’s protection while you sleep

Call upon the Archangel to stand guard over your and your family at night.

If you want to positively influence others, follow the wisdom of St. Benedict

This piece of advice never loses its power and is something we should always strive to follow.

The secret to a successful day, according to Fulton Sheen

He never missed doing this one thing, and believed it fueled his priesthood.

Want more than secular mind-calming apps? Try Hallow

Young alumni from Notre Dame realized that in a hectic world, a modern tool can help us with an ancient prayer.

What are prayers of reparation?

Catholics believe in the duty to repair the spiritual damage done by our sins and the sins of humanity.

Protect your family while traveling with this prayer to St. Christopher

As you embark on a family vacation, invoke the powerful intercession of St. Christopher, patron of travelers.

What the month of July means to Catholics and how to honor it in your home

10 Ways to honor the Precious Blood with your family in July.

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