To Flirt or Not to Flirt

My sisters and I once read in a women’s magazine that girls are taught flirting from their mother’s knee. That one made us laugh. Our mother was a staunch Catholic New Englander. She’d sooner knee us from behind than teach us to flirt. Besides, I’m pretty sure she didn’t know how herself. Read more about at Catholic Match.

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Sigrid Undset: Sin, Sainthood and Sanity

Sigrid Undset (1882-1949) was a model of women’s achievement both in her writing and her personal life. Writing at a time when female authors were known for fluff romances, her stories were taken seriously – and she even didn’t have to change her name to George (as in Sand or Eliot). She was young, attractive, and successful. After earning fame […]

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So What Exactly ARE Your Sins?

How do these conversations get started? My seatmate on the flight was a sixteen year old cowboy named Cody. The flight attendant had come around handing out wine which I accepted with delight. Traveling stresses me out. Cody, who looked twenty-five, said no thanks. “I don’t drink,” he told me. “I’m a Christian.”

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One Year Later Father Paul Scalia Remembers His Father

On February 13, 2016, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a man of tremendous influence in the world, unexpectedly passed from it – into eternity. His son, Father Paul Scalia, a priest with the Diocese of Arlington (Virginia), celebrated his funeral Mass. Standing before Justice Scalia’s family, friends, and peers in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in […]

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Dr. Ray Guarendi Speaks About Love Languages

Ray Guarendi is a clinical psychologist who has been in private practice since 1981. He is the creator of multiple books, live presentations, and television and radio shows about marriage and family life. He is the happily married father of 10 adopted children. Here, he gives Catholic Digest his take on love languages and communication skills for dating, engaged, and married couples.

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