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Awake My Soul

A reflection from Cowboy Awakening #69 I attended this retreat to fight for my life.   There have been many obstacles that I have faced in life but I have always felt like the obstacles in front of me were extremely rigorous. Have you ever experienced a time in your life when you felt unqualified…

Stepping Up Your Social Media Game for the Sake of the Kingdom

If you know me, then you know how passionate I am about social media. Pictures, stories, captions, and live videos enable us to share with each other moments that showcase who we are and provide a platform for us to engage with the world. I tend to think of it as the new “public square,”…

Jesus Desires You

A REFLECTION FROM AWAKENING #68 By Jill Engel Like many young people who make the Awakening Retreat, I was hesitant. To be honest, I really just signed up to appease my friends and so they would stop bugging me about it. It’s really hard to go in without expectations when you hear others endlessly talk…

Making the Most of Mass

The Holy Mass is such a beautiful gift for Catholics. Every day in a Catholic church we GET to receive Jesus, body, blood, soul, and divinity into ourselves so that we can be united with Christ (John 6:56) as we are intended to be from the very beginning. He pours out His very blood that…

Lent is Coming: What’s Your Plan?

LENT IS COMING: WHAT’S YOUR PLAN?   Lent has the potential to be a game changer for your spiritual life. It’s not about getting away with cutting a few carbs or getting away from your Facebook drama for 40 days. It’s a spiritual workout and invitation to participate in Jesus’ Passion. If you’re at a…

Marching Home After the March

MARCHING HOME AFTER THE MARCH A Reflection on the March for Life 2018 By: Abigail Guillory My experience at the March for Life this year was something I did not expect. This was my third time traveling to D.C. for the March and I thought I knew everything I needed to know about it. However,…

The Solution for Dating as a Young Catholic

Pray, love Jesus and be okay with waiting. -Randall Edwards