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Knocking on Heaven’s Door, from Ireland

February 14, 2012 by  
Categories: Archive, Families, Testimonies

When that moment will come, nobody knows, but we can remain ready through fidelity to the Sacraments.

The Power of the Eucharist

In fact, during those tumultuous years of seeking God without much support from the family, it was a brother who told this young man, ‘be sure to take your confirmation retreat seriously.’

Trusting in God, Fighting for Marriage

February 4, 2012 by  
Categories: Archive, Families

It can be difficult to figure out why some things happen in this world. Everyday, situations arise that leave the human race wondering, where is God in this mess? Do you ever ask that question? What has been your experience with the perplexing questions of daily living? Share below in the comment section. Today’s Story [...]

Terri Schiavo’s Brother - March for Life ’12: video 2

The actions of Bobby Schindler, Terri Schiavo’s brother, to stand up for the vulnerable people of this nation in 2012, should become a rallying cry for all people who are pro-life across America.

The Nixon Family - March for Life ’12: video 1

Whatever it takes to bring Ty, Colleen, and little Benedict to your parish for a concert and encounter with God’s hands and feet in the world, OBS strongly supports that notion.

The Little Flower, Another Miracle

January 20, 2012 by  
Categories: Archive, Families

Today’s story, through the eyes of this mother, is certainly a miracle. No matter what, her friends were not going to give up on her becoming pregnant with a young baby girl.

Down to Earth with Curt Arens, part II

In this second part to Curt’s story, we also dive into the Seven Sacraments, and more specifically the Eucharist.

Nightly Rosary Keeps Us Together

January 6, 2012 by  
Categories: Archive, Families, Mary

The hustle, what’s it like in your family? Here is a question to ponder for the beginning of 2012? How many extracurricular activities do your kids participate in on average every week?

A Journey from the Head to the Heart, part II

Many Catholics are afraid of confession, or do not see the importance of it in this world, but what is your take? Share your thoughts or experience of confession below this video.

Down to Earth with Curt Arens, part I

As Catholics, we strive to understand virtue, and then live out those virtues daily, especially the Cardinal Virtues of Prudence, Justice, Temperance, and Fortitude.

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