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Thursday, March 31, 2022

Posted by Theology of Home on
Thursday, March 31, 2022

"Since the object of our love is infinite, we can always love more and more perfectly."

-St. Ignatius of Loyola

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Saint Stephen of Mar Saba

Pray and Sacrifice for Bishop Neal James Buckon, Auxiliary Bishop for the Military Service

Hope and Dying, by Stephen P. White at The Catholic Thing

Spring Pasta Recipes to Try, by Erin Hiemstra at Apt. 34 

Why Some in the LGBT Movement Focus on Kids, by Nathanael Blake at Public Discourse

11 Expert Tricks for Making a Small Room Look Bigger, by Laura Fenton at FOOD52

Tips for Navigating the Modern Dating Culture, by Auguste Meyrat at Crisis 

Decluttering: I Got Rid of 150 Things in One Month with This Method, by Shifrah Combiths at Apartment Therapy

Pointilist Catholic Illustrator, Quentin Leduc, by Shawn Tribe at Liturgical Arts Journal 

Jesus and Abandonment, by Fr. Derek Sakowski at Spiritual Direction 

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Jesus said to St. Faustina: "There is more merit to one hour of the meditation on My sorrowful Passion than there is to a whole year of flagellation that draws blood; the contemplation of My painful wounds is of great profit to you, and it brings Me great joy." (Diary, Divine Mercy in My Soul by St. Faustina, 369)

For this reason, we developed our on-the-go Stations of the Cross Cards with beautiful commissioned minimal line drawings.

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