It's hard to be a Catholic teen girl in a the world of today. Catholicism isn't portrayed as fun or cool or fashionable. I'm a Catholic teen girl, and I know how hard it is. And I'm here to help. I'm here to give advice on how to survive as a Catholic girl - in fact, how to flourish. I can help you to prove to others that Catholicism is cool. You got questions? I got answers. Jusk ask.
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I will not be Posting for a While
Hey guys! I'm sorry to announce that, due to other commitments, I will not be posting regularly for a few months. I have recently started Year/Grade 11, and I have less than four months to complete it, so you can imagine how busy my schedule is at the moment. I wish that I had more time, but until I have gotten more assignments done, I will only be posting on weekends. Please still feel free to ask for advice, as I will answer all your questions. Love yas all! God bless, Rapunzel
Hey guys!! I said that I'd put together some lists of decent artists and bands, and here's the first one! This is a list of Christian solo artists! Becuase the list is pretty long, I'll be adding one or two artists every so often, so come back frequently and check for updates! The list is in no particular order. If you have any suggestion for Christian solo artists to add to this list, please comment below!
Until 2013, Blanca Elaine Callahan was part of the Christian hip-hop band Group 1 Crew. She released her first single (Who I Am) in 2014, and it charted No. 1 on Billboard Chart Christian Airplay. She is a talented singer and the genres she sings include Contemporary Christian, Electropop, hip-hop, and Electronic Dance. You can visit her official website here: BlancaBlanca - Not Backing Down (Official Music Video) - YouTube
Hey guys!! If I told you that you have to pray all day without stopping, what would you say? That's impossible? That's what I first said when someone told me that I have to pray all day. In Saint Paul's letter to the Thessalonians, we are told to "Pray without ceasing". That doesn't mean that you have to be kneeling down all the time and praying prayers like the rosary every minute of the day. That would be impossible. And unless you are really holy, it's not a good idea to try it. You'd probably have a heart attack from lack of food and water. When Saint Paul said, "Pray without ceasing", he actually meant that we have to make our day a prayer. How do we do that?
You need to consecrate your day. Offer it up to God. You can offer it up for any and many intentions you want. That way, your whole day is a big prayer for something or other.
You should consecrate your day as soon as you get up in the morning. Here is a simple morning offering that…