Book Review: Recovery Rosary for Alcoholics and Addicts on Catholic Alcoholic

Just a heads up to readers that there is a book review of The Recovery Rosary: Reflections for Alcoholics and Addicts over at Catholic Alcoholic. Go here: Book Review: Recovery Rosary for Alcoholics and Addicts Thanks, Number 9! Know someone, perhaps yourself, who might like Catholic devotionals for alcoholics? Please take a look at my …

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Growing in holiness during Lent

Lent began today. Traditionally, people give up stuff for Lent as a sign of repentance. That’s nice but it may be a downer, especially if it isn’t combined with something that may help you grow in holiness. Giving up something to achieve something is tough. Ask an athlete, especially an Olympian or a champion. Another …

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Catholic Alcoholic | 4 out of 5 of her personalities recommend this blog

I found a new blog on alcoholism recovery, WRITTEN BY A CATHOLIC!!! There ain’t many out there, and as far as I can tell, most of them are dormant, have folded, or post only sporadically. I discovered Regina’s blog, “Catholic Alcoholic” while trying to figure out what Google Analytics was telling me about my readership. …

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To Bury the Dead

To bury the dead is the last of the Corporal Works of Mercy. It is an act of kindness, and of hope in the resurrection of all when Jesus return to judge the living and the dead. The graves remind us always of our last end, and that there is an eternity afterwards. Time spent …

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