Great Reads
Grandparents Who Babysit Often Will Live Longer, a New Study Says
“Call up Mom or Dad the next time you and your significant other have a date night (without the kids). A recent study from the National Health Service has found… Read More
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Why the Catholic Church needs a Eucharistic response to the sex abuse scandals
From America Magazine – Catholics encounter the Body of Christ directly in the bread and wine of the Eucharist. What we have here is not an inert cosmic substance that… Read More
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When Do Young People Leave The Church?
A new article in Crux discusses the latest study by St. Mary’s Press. The name of the study, Going, Going, Gone, gives you a hint of its content: why and… Read More
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Young Americans Are The Loneliest
Cigna Health conducted a study recently that concluded young people as a generation are seeking help for loneliness and poor health at a much higher rate than any other age… Read More
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Time to Get Serious about Gun Control
In world where the respect for life, property, and one another hold little to no weight in growing number of individuals bent on destruction, what can we, as a church… Read More
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The Story Behind ‘Paul, Apostle of Christ’
“The Story Behind ‘Paul, Apostle of Christ’” by Charlotte Allen provides interesting and factual look at the film’s portrayal of Paul compared to how he is seen in history.
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Start With Why Summary: Entrepreneurship & Business
Start With Why is Simon Sinek’s mission to help others do work, which inspires them, and uses real-world examples of great leaders to show you how they communicate and how… Read More
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A Catechist Conversation
“A Catechist Conversation” presented by Bishop Frank Joseph Caggiano.
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Arrested Development
An interesting trend among younger generations, particularly Generation Z, is a slowed rate of development when compared to previous generations. Surveys show many teens reach certain milestones later in life… Read More
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Great Reads: Our Minds Can Be Hijacked
Social media has made the race to of attention seekers vying for the consciousness and approval of followers an addiction similar to substance abuse. Many of the people that created… Read More
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How The Smartphone Affected An Entire Generation of Kids
This article by Jean Twenge, discusses the recent phenomena found in the post-millennial generation, iGen. While the iGen generation is safer than previous generations, kids growing up in the iGen… Read More
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Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?
In this article from the Atlantic, Jean Twenge, author of the book iGen, discusses the implications of youth growing up in a generation that is obsessed with iPhones and iPads.… Read More

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