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Today’s video takes a look at going to confession, especially for young adults, addressing the anxiety, questions, and coming out of one’s comfort zone.  

Why do we have to confess our sins to a priest? Can’t we just pray to God for forgiveness? If I sin but no one is affected then can I say, “no harm, no foul?” Check out today’s video on the Sacrament of Reconciliation:

Fr. Mike Schmitz has advice for you. He points out that preparing for a good confession starts when we recognize that being a “good person” in our own eyes is not enough—we are called to holiness, which is something much greater.

Welcome to a Lenten video series, where this series will delve into the Christian mystery of human suffering through the eyes of Mary, Mother of Jesus.

FPG! F = Fasting, P= Praying, G = Giving. So each morning when you wake up these next 40 days of lent think F P G and carry that throughout the day! Check out today’s video on Lent!  

Kairos is a Roman Catholic retreat program for high school and college. Kairos is part of the larger three-day movement in America, ultimately derived from the Cursillo movement founded in Spain in 1944. As such, the retreat is a four-day, three-night (or three-day, two-night in some cases) residential retreat, with

Men of Moeller cheering on their Crusaders. (courtesy Photo)
As our celebration of Catholic Schools Week winds down for 2018, check out Today’s Video: Moeller High School

Carroll High School Students in Dayton looking at partial eclipse 2017 (Courtesy Photo)
Celebrating Catholic Schools Week, check out the video to see “What’s happening in our house” at Carroll High School.

Check out Lehman High School in Sidney Ohio in this powerful video: the impact of Sister Ginny: