Category Archives: Prayer

  1. Pray the Stations of the Cross Through the Eyes of the Homeless

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    March 25, 2016 by Alex Johannigman

    The Stations of the Cross can feel so far removed from our 21st century world. This Good Friday, I invite you to experience Christ’s passion through new eyes, the eyes of our homeless brothers and sisters living in our own neighborhoods.

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  2. How to “Enjoy” Mass More

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    July 13, 2015 by Alex Johannigman

    If we are bored with the Mass and stop paying attention to it, we miss out on what is the entire miracle of being a Catholic Christian. We enter the sanctuary of a Catholic church and sacramentally step in to the presence of the Almighty Divine. We come to Mass to worship God, not to be entertained. And when we acknowledge that reality, our actions and attitude in prayer change.

  3. A Group of Men Go to a Strip Club, but Not for the Reason You’d Expect

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    December 10, 2014 by Alex Johannigman

    Last week a dozen young men went to a strip club… to pray. I would love to see prayer groups outside strip clubs become as common as prayer groups outside abortion clinics since the two evils are so closely linked. Ultimately, the demand for abortion is rooted in a failure of men to fulfill their roles as protectors and providers for women.

  4. Moral of the Story: You Will Fail Without Prayer

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    August 27, 2014 by Alex Johannigman

    My final lesson is the most important one and the one that I needed to learn the most: Prayer and frequent reception of the Sacraments are absolutely needed if you are ever going to experience peace and love anyone fully.

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