Teenager Corner

Make known to me your ways, LORD; teach me your paths.
Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my savior.
Psalm 25:4-5

 

Have you prayed the rosary today?

Today in Prayer - Click here for Daily Mass Readings -http://www.usccb.org/nab/

Articles of interest

    To Be Merciful We Have to Know Mercy

    Blessed are the Pure of Heart

    Love, Serve and Obey God

Say NO to Embryonic Stem Cell Research

 

ALL About Lent

    Pope Benedict XVI - Message for Lent 2007

    Lent 2007 - United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

    Lenten Observance

    Catholic Answers - ASH WEDNESDAY

 

friends

Let us talk about the mutual respect between gals and guys.

Human Sexuality is a gift from God to be treated with great respect.

Our lives are gift from God above from the moment of our conception  until the  moment of our natural death, therefore Catholics belief in the respect to life.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church is an awesome resource of information about our beliefs and traditions.

All Catholic teenagers are called to be chaste and pure. Sexuality and spirituality are so tightly bounded that what affects one affects the other. One must mature spiritually before one gets involved sexually.

There are multiple links on Human Sexuality in Leap of Faith - Click here

Questions about the Bible in the US Conference of Catholic Bishops site - http://www.usccb.org/nab/faq.shtml

 

Know of someone Going to College this Fall ?

Read A Letter to a College Freshman'

 

Catholic Electronic Media Available

Audio and Video Information available at CATHOLIC COMMUNICATION CAMPAIGN
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EWTN Streaming Audio and Video - http://www.ewtn.com/audiovideo/index.asp

Radio Católica Mundial - http://play.rbn.com/?url=ewtn/g2ewtn/live/raradiosp.rm&proto=rtsp&rbnkey=1

 

Pope Benedict XVI says

Pope Benedict XVI according to www.zenit.org said on February 12, 2007 that "young people are particularly challenged 'with living not from appearances alone, but rather to develop their interior life, that place that unifies being and doing, that place of recognition of our dignity as children of God, called to freedom.'"

 

Have you prayed the rosary today?

 

See Young Catholic Heart

 

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remember

The fruit of silence is PRAYER
The fruit of prayer is FAITH
The fruit of faith is LOVE
The fruit of love is SERVICE
The fruit of service is PEACE

Mother Theresa of Calcutta