Examination of Conscience
- Have I tried to speak to God sincerely every day in mental prayer?
- Do I realize frequently that I am in God’s presence?
- Have I tried to say some aspirations to God daily?
- Do I give my first and last thought to God each day?
- Do I strive to make the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass the center of my interior life?
- Have I prayed the Rosary and other vocal prayers slowly and with attention?
- Have I hurried over the general examination of conscience?
- Have I gone against my own preference at times each day, offering this mortification to our Lord?
- Have I prayed for my family each day?
- Have I prayed with my family each day?
- Have I born well the contradictions of the day?
- Do I have an upright intention, doing all for the glory of God?
- Have I taken care to live charity with my family, co-workers and friends?
- Am I asking God to help make specific some resolution from this recollection and to put it into effect?
Confessions – St. Augustine
Imitation of Christ – Thomas A Kempis
In Conversation with God – Francisco Fernandez
Introduction to the devout life – St. Francis de Sales
Life of St. Benedict – St. Gregory the Great
Overcoming Lukewarmness – Francis Fernandez-Carvajal
The Soul of the Apostolate – St. Pius X
Thirsting for Prayer – Jacques Philippe
This Tremendous Lover – Eugene Boylan
Time for God – Jacques Philippe
Marriage & Family
Encyclical of Pope Paul VI on the Regulation of Birth
Encyclical of Pope Pius XI on Christian Marriage
Questions and Answers Regarding Cohabitation and the Church’s Moral Teaching
Why we get married in the Catholic Church?
Reformation Effect on the Family
Plan of Life
By Joseph M. Muntadas
OUR LIVES nowadays are so filled with activities that if we want to maintain our social relations and not overlook other important aspects of life, we need to organize ourselves, plan things out, and avoid leaving things to last minute improvisation. In short, we need what we might call a “plan of life.” VIEW PDF
Mental Health Resources – Lumpkin, Dawson and Forsyth Counties – Link
Sex, Gender and Identity – Link
Congregation For Catholic Education (for Educational Institutions) “Male and Female He Created Them” Towards a Path of Dialogue on the Question of Gender Theory in Education – Link
Why Amazon Erased My Book – Link
Doctrinal Note On the Moral Limits To Technologial Manipulation of the Human Body – Link
Pamphlet “Your Catholic faith is the key to your recovering from divorce“ – Link
Parenting / Children
Family Honor Link
Messy Family Project Link
How to Keep Our Kids Catholic – Link
CanaVox – Link
Help Guide_ Parenting in the Digital Age – Dunikoski on Technology (westcottstudycenter.org)
Welcome to The Heights Forum | The Heights Forum
Coming to know the real Carlo Acutis – National Catholic Register Article
The Busch School Virtues Diagnostic – Link
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St. Joseph Resources
The Year of St. Joseph Prayer
Quotes on St. Joseph
Litany of St. Joseph
Letters to Pharmaceutical Companies
From the USCCB – https://www.usccb.org/resources/letters-pharmaceutical-companies
In the documents listed here, the Vatican urges everyone concerned for the
sanctity of life to protest the use of abortion-derived cell lines and advocate
for the development of vaccines with no connection to abortion.
To make it easier to take this action, we provide the following sample letters
to pharmaceutical companies that are using abortion-derived cell lines
to produce and/or test vaccines.
Letter to Moderna
Letter to Moderna PDF
Letter to Pfizer
Letter to Pfizer PDF
Letter to GSK
Letter to GSK PDF
Letter to Merck
Letter to Merck PDF
Letter to Sanofi Pasteur
Letter to Sanofi Pasteur PDF
Letter to AstraZeneca
Letter to AstraZeneca PDF
Letter to Johnson & Johnson
Letter to Johnson & Johnson PDF