virtue

5 Autumnal Opportunities to Grow in Christian Virtue

My 7 summertime opportunities to grow in virtue article seemed to be a hit so here’s a follow up on that! Father John Bartunek wrote a book called Autumn Meditation so from there, this article will hit on some epic quotes. This article will discuss the unique particulars of this physical season (as opposed to Liturgical season) can enhance …

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If the 7 Capital Virtues Were Jane Austen Characters

There is no shortage of moral tales in Jane Austen’s six completed and published novels. After all, she was the daughter of an Anglican minister and lived an upright life. Although I’ve already written about the characters that best examples of the 7 deadly virtues, this time we’ll focus on which characters best exemplify their …

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Humility

Try These 15 Penitential Habits That Will Increase Your Humility

It’s not easy letting things go when your pride and ego have been wounded. I don’t know a single person who doesn’t automatically react in a negative way, at least not initially. There are some people who try to cultivate humility by letting things go, whether they were at fault for not. In fact, Benedictine …

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passions

Want to Obtain Happiness This Lent? Harness Your Passions

Every day offers an opportunity to either grow closer to God or to give into the temptation to sin. This battleground and interior journey is full of passions, feelings, and emotions – and there’s nothing wrong with that. After all, passions give us our energy and life purpose. It’s impossible to look a the lives …

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business

Catholic Business Advice From a Fortune 500 Businessman

When working in the ‘real world’, it can be difficult to run a business with integrity, make honest decisions with regarding co-workers, employees and follow every rule and regulation. It is much easier to cut corners, not follow a safety regulation, or even underpay an employee who doesn’t know they are being underpaid, but it …

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