Monthly Archives: March 2015

God takes care of us


Always remember that God is always taking care of us. We need to trust him in all times, circumstances and all of our hearts. If things are going wrong, we should say, “I trust You, Jesus” and he will take control for us. Remember that today he has already arranged our day for us. Everyday

We should stop trying to work things out


We should stop trying to force something that simply won’t go the way we want them to. If it’s not going the way we want it to, we need to accept that it’s not the right time for it. If there’s something that came up that wasn’t part of today, ask God. If it isn’t,

Jesus Gave us Everything


Jesus loves giving.  He even died on the cross for us because he wanted to give us everything. He longs for people that are able to receiving he gives them. He tells us that we need attentiveness and receptivity. Receptivity is having the ability to open up ourselves to be able to receiving anything large.

God’s Presence


God wants us to be in his presence because he is the only person that can give us everything. When you start to see that he is starting to give you things you need, don’t idolize yourself or any other person that gives you these. Don’t seek God because he can give you everything. Desire

Waiting on God


Patience is key in waiting on God. When we wait on God, it means that we trust him to guide us, instead of guiding ourselves. This is how he made us. He wants us to look to him for help because he is the way. The blessings we receive when we wait on him are:

Gratitude and Thankfulness


Thankfulness and gratitude go hand in hand. God wants us to be thankful because it is the way for him to keep in touch with us. Gratitude shows us the way to life. This also lets you see him and by this give you joy. 1 Corinthians 10:10 Related articles across the web Thank You Jesus!

The 4th Sunday of Lent


Today we were late for Church for 15 minutes. The reason we were 15 minutes was because I woke up this morning and went back to sleep. I woke up again 30 mins before 11. It is the 4th Sunday, the Joyous Sunday. Fr. Cavana’s Sermon:

National Photography Contest


The summer holidays are wonderful. Dressing for them can be significantly less so: Packing light is always at a premium, but one never wants to feel high, dry, and seriously unstylish with all of the possible opportunities to pose for that most modern of vacation souvenirs, the fashionable Instagram. The fashion set stayed true to

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The Modern Catholic

I was born and raised Catholic. I created this blog to explain the Christian Faith through modern terms, along with telling my experiences.