His love would have held him there.

'Why' sung by Michael Card

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Prayers for my roommate please.

She’s got some unjust and self-inflicted guilt going on at the moment. 

Catholics are romantic. We believe that two people can fall in love and stay in love. We believe that the biggest jerk can become the holiest person in our lives. We believe that the lowly are the ones who will be raised, the downtrodden the blessed, and the ones who are taken advantage of, justified. We believe that joy changes lives. That a piece of bread and a cup of wine transforms into the body and blood of Christ. And consuming that body and blood will transform us. We believe that we can step into a confessional a repentant sinner and walk out a forgiven son or daughter. We are romantic. — Ryan Mann, seminarian
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From the very beginning I fell in love with the Blessed Sacrament and by the mercy of God have never fallen out. — J.R.R. Tolkien (via confessionsofsomeoneanonymous)

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You pay God a compliment by asking great things of Him — St. Theresa of Avila (via lovecastsoutfear)

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Personhood USA


Personhood USA

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