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Total Consecration to Jesus Through Mary

 One week ago, I started, for the first time ever, preparation for Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary, but I am not going it alone.    A great up-and-coming Catholic evangelist, Gary Zimak, has led this consecration each year for

The Last Stand for Freedom!

In a speech given in 1964, then-Governor Ronald Reagan said, “If we lose freedom here, there is nowhere to escape to.  This is the last stand on earth.”  In that same speech, he also stated: “We are at war with

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Traditional Latin Mass: What’s the Draw?

At the end of April this year, I attended a workshop at the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius to learn the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, specifically the Low Mass. For the next three months, I practiced the Low

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Yes, We Need Catholic Fiction!

Our Faith calls us not only to strive for holiness, but also to bring our world to conversion to holiness as well.  Quite a tall order, especially given the fact that our society and “powers that be” are trying to

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Book Review: Don’t You Forget About Me!

One of the perks of being part of the Catholic Writers Guild is sometimes you get an advanced copy of up-and-coming Catholic literature. One coming up in about a month’s time is: Don’t You Forget About Me! How could I?

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Good Friday for Catholic Creativity

It seems as though the Catholic Creativity website has been hacked!.  I had to start all over with a new iteration of all the posts on the blog.  Try as I might, I could not find the file with all

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The Heavenly Father of the Holy Father

Ever since his election in 2005, Benedict XVI has been a pope I could relate to the most.  Don’t get me wrong! I greatly admire John Paul II as an inspiration for my entrance into seminary and to my involvement

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Special Issue: Interview with Author Karina Fabian

I just love the creative process. I love to hear interviews of writers or TV show creators tell how they developed the stories that we the readers and viewers thrill to. In a way, that’s what Catholic Creativity is all

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