Meeting Mary in the Mediterranean
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by Lyn
2M ago
Before my Catholic conversion began, there were several stand-out moments where I felt drawn to the faith. There were other moments, which at the time I did not recognize, but in which I now see God’s providence working! I had a light bulb moment when writing a travel article about a beautiful Mediterranean island called […] The post Meeting Mary in the Mediterranean appeared first on A Catholic Newbie ..read more
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A Tribute to My Friend and Priest, the Late Father Christopher Roberts
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by Lyn
3y ago
In October 2020, my friend, Father Christopher Roberts, passed away in a tragic accident, at the age of only 41. He was currently serving as pastor of St. Paul Catholic Church in Marion, Indiana. I have known Father since before my conversion to Catholicism in 2013, and he was a key catalyst on my growth […] The post A Tribute to My Friend and Priest, the Late Father Christopher Roberts appeared first on A Catholic Newbie ..read more
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It’s Time to Pray the Liturgy of the Hours; Yes, I’m Calling You!
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by Lyn
3y ago
How did this year’s quarantine change your faith life? For me, it greatly deepened my faith and helped me reorder my priorities and discover what I want to be doing daily as a faithful Catholic. I went through several phases during the quarantine period and I’m sure I’m not alone. They included… React – This […] The post It’s Time to Pray the Liturgy of the Hours; Yes, I’m Calling You! appeared first on A Catholic Newbie ..read more
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Everything You Wanted to Know about RCIA & How to Join the Catholic Church
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by Lyn
3y ago
If you’re curious about the Catholic church, want to learn more about it or are even ready to convert, what can you do? Join your local Catholic church’s RCIA program. What in the heck is RCIA, you ask?! What is RCIA? RCIA stands for Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, and it is the formal […] The post Everything You Wanted to Know about RCIA & How to Join the Catholic Church appeared first on A Catholic Newbie ..read more
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6 Free Daily Reflections to Make the Most of Your Advent
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by Lyn
3y ago
Advent is a time to put your faith at the forefont. It’s a time to snuggle up next to the fire and imagine the Baby Jesus snuggled in swaddling clothes in the manger. It’s a time of anticipation, of waiting for our King, of dreaming of the joy we will have in joining him in […] The post 6 Free Daily Reflections to Make the Most of Your Advent appeared first on A Catholic Newbie ..read more
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One Convert’s Call for Catholics to Unify Instead of Divide in This Time of Trial
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by Lyn
3y ago
Calling all Catholics: Now is the time to be a saint, be JOYFUL, examine your own sinfulness and live your faith to the fullest. Let us unify amidst this great trial and use it as a time to growth stronger and closer to God than ever! As a colleague of mine said, “prayer and fasting must […] The post One Convert’s Call for Catholics to Unify Instead of Divide in This Time of Trial appeared first on A Catholic Newbie ..read more
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Spring Training with the Holy Spirit: How to Become Holy Spirit-Led
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by Lyn
3y ago
Just as baseball players head to spring training to practice and prepare for their upcoming season, might I suggest spring training for something a little different: being led by the Holy Spirit. After Deacon Ralph Poyo lead my parish’s mission one year, the message that spoke directly to me was that we need to be a […] The post Spring Training with the Holy Spirit: How to Become Holy Spirit-Led appeared first on A Catholic Newbie ..read more
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