Go Live Your Faith Blog | Go Live Your Faith - Part 2

The Prodigal Son

The Prodigal Son   This story, this parable, talks about a man with two sons. One decides he wants his inheritance now, so the father divides up his property between the two sons. I am certain many people have heard this story, but have rarely had it hit them personally. It’s just a good story […]

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Catholics vs. Protestants – What’s the Difference?

Sharing Faith Between Denominations This week, I have started to learn more about different denominations under the umbrella of the Christian faith. I’m not doing this because I want to change my denominations (I am very happily Catholic), but more so to find out what our commonality is between the denominations. I feel that the […]

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Life After Divorce

Life After Divorce One day you felt like you were in a secure marriage, you felt the love from your spouse and you were giving your spouse that same love back. You geared what you were doing in your life to better your life together, by going to work, or building a business. Perhaps you […]

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GLYF Podcast: Episode 15 – Back in the Saddle and Twenty-Sixth Sunday of (Extra)Ordinary Time

Go Live Your Faith Podcast Episode 15 Back in the Saddle and Twenty-Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time Where’s episode 14? Divorce – Still happening, waiting. Pope in U.S. Sir Pumpkin Head Annulment Process – http://goliveyourfaith.org/annulment Diocese of Reno Synod – http://renosynod2015.org   Readings from Twenty-Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time Reading 1: Numbers 11:25-29 Reading 2: […]

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The Unseen Side of Divorce

The Unseen Side of Divorce Many people think that divorce is an easy process that is only a legal document will get done. Being someone who is going through the process, I can tell you that it is not an easy process at all. Especially if you were in a marriage that you thought was […]

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Forgiveness: The Path To Freedom

Letting Go I have been hearing this phrase quite a bit lately, and in fact saying it to myself and others, but what exactly does it mean? We hear this phrase so many times in many different forms, but what does it mean from a faith point of view? I believe it is about forgiveness, […]

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Candidates and Catechumens: The RCIA Journey Continues

Candidates and Catechumens: What happens after Inquiry? So now you have gone through the Rite of Inquiry as part of your Rite of Christian Initiation journey, and you have a new “title”. You are no longer an Inquirer, you are either a Candidate or a Catechumen. Each has its own meaning, and a particular path […]

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Picking a Sponsor: What You Should Expect – RCIA

Picking a Sponsor: What You Should Expect   So you’ve signed up and want to become Catholic. You’ve signed the cards, gone to the first couple of sessions in the summer, and are ready and waiting for the fall to begin so you can begin the journey. However, you are a bit apprehensive because the journey […]

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