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“Lent is here!” By: Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

First Sunday of Lent As I write this, the ashes are still on my forehead.  Earlier today at Ash Wednesday Mass, I had a nice big cross.  Now I have a faded gray smudge.  I always see how long I can go on Ash Wednesday before accidentally touching my forehead and ruining the priest’s hard […]

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“It’s No Secret”, By Kristen Gawlik, Fiat Ventures

I’m really good at keeping peoples’ secrets, but it’s extremely difficult for me to do so.  Friends and family telling me they’re engaged, pregnant, joining the seminary, fleeing the country (note: those things did not happen to one person at the same time…also one of them might be a stretch..)—whatever information people entrust me with, […]

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A Day in the Life of a Priest

A Day in the Life of a Priest

What is a typical day like for a Catholic priest? What are his responsibilities and obligations? Does he ever have time to spend with their friends and family? Special Spotlight guest Fr. Chris Picollo, parochial vicar at St. James Church in Red Bank and the Campus Minister at Red Bank Catholic High School spends his […]

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Surrendering to God’s Call in My Life

Surrendering to God’s Call in My Life

– As Catholics we are called to surrender ourselves to God. But what does this surrender look like? What does it mean to surrender to God? Spotlight guest and music missionary Danielle Rose shares the inspiration she receives from Jesus’ surrender on the cross and the complete gift of himself in the Eucharist. She shares […]

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Am I Worthy?

Am I Worthy?

The reality of being human is that throughout our lives we fall to sin and it can make us feel unworthy. We remember through, that because of God’s love for us, because he gave us His only son, Jesus Christ, we have been redeemed. The fact is that none of us is worthy, but we […]

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Smelly Churches

Smelly Churches

By Jonathan Camiolo – A few weeks ago I heard a convert talk about the Catholic Faith.  He was formerly a Baptist and shared with those listening about why he loves being Catholic.  During part of his talk, he talked about the sacraments, especially the Eucharist and Reconciliation.  I thought his comments provided a good […]

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