Lead us not into temptation

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lead us not into temptation

When we pray the most divine prayer, that is, the Our Father, we must take a close look at each word. For Our Lord Jesus Christ actually composed this prayer! Think of that, of all the things you have heard or read that Jesus said and did… Jesus, the Son of God, the Word made…

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Modesty Proper

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We may be deceived, especially in our day and age, to believe this present world has all but forfeited modesty. And why shouldn’t we believe this? It seems almost every time we turn on our televisions we are bombarded with lustful entertainment or saturated with inappropriate scenes laced with violence and foul language. We may…

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Importance of Devotions

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Catholic Devotions For all who seek to purge themselves of sin and truly live – let him first deny himself, pick up his cross, and follow Jesus Christ daily. Gentlemen, it must first and foremost be our goal to become saints. Not to become a doctor, a lawyer, a president, or an ambassador; but instead…

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Courtship – have you prayed on behalf of your vocation in life?

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Courtship Sir, have you prayed on behalf of your vocation in life? Have you abandoned your future to Christ’s designs for you? Are you willing to accept WHATEVER God pleases to give you for the sake of salvation? If you have not done as much, you need stop looking for a girl! How can you…

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To be living in the now

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Virtues: Prudence and Memoria What IS virtue? What is it that binds us to itself that we should be mindful of fulfilling within ourselves, called virtues? To begin, Aristotle defined virtue as “that which makes both a person and what he does good.” This, in a basic sense, is absolutely true. St. Thomas Aquinas was…

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Fear is not in charity

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Fear is not in charity 1 John 4:18, reads: “Fear is not in charity: but perfect charity casteth out fear, because fear hath pain. And he that feareth, is not perfected in charity.” – Douay-Rheims Bible Now, this is not to say that fear has no place in a man but in what light does…

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Beginners Guide to Scotch Whisky

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Beginners Guide to Scotch Whisky Disclaimer: Alcohol should be consumed in moderation, which looks different for everyone. We do not give glory to God by abusing it or consuming it underage. Please exercise the virtue of temperance. One thing that stands out for first-time listeners of The Catholic Man Show is the first segment. We…

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Being a gentleman

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Being a Gentleman: From Head to Toe Here are some of the bare essentials of being a gentleman that Adam and David highlighted. The Head Gentleman, Most have moved away from formal hats and have gravitated to ball caps. Regardless of the type of hat, a gentleman should remember when to remove it: When indoors except…

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Epiphany Blessing

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A collection of prayers and blessings from the official “Book of Blessings” of the Latin Rite, selected for use in the home. It is the perfect resource for parents and children to explore the rich treasury of the Catholic tradition of prayer. This revised edition includes: Basic Prayers, Daily Prayers, Days and Seasons, Family Prayers…

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6 things Catholic men need to stop doing

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Catholic Men – Stop doing these 6 things This is by no means a comprehensive list. In fact, we could make this a 1 bullet point list and be done: 1.) Stop sinning. But that would be an extremely short blog so we decided, after a long personal reflection, to compile a list of habits…

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