Our Most Read Posts of 2019

Posted by The Editors on Jan 13, 2020 6:11:20 PM
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Monday, January 13 marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of the McGrath Institute Blog. Over the past year we have published articles meant to help our readers live and hand on the Catholic faith, especially in the family home and parish. Our writers have shared their personal experiences of faith, provided suggestions for how to deepen one's prayer life, recommended spiritually enriching books, and more. Featured below are the ten most popular posts we published over the past year. Thank you to each one of our readers for following along with us this year and allowing us to share in your journey of faith. 

10. Praying the Angelus Daily by Camilla MacKenzie

9. Longanimity: The virtue of waiting for God by Theresa Smart

8. St. Francis de Sales and using words like a Christian by Bill Schmitt

7. Choosing your Lenten practices by Elizabeth Clarke

6. Dignity, Defiance, and Mirth: A Plan for Dying Well by Rick Becker

5. At Notre-Dame de Paris, cross and altar survive. Is it a miracle? by John Cavadini

4. Ways to get students involved in school liturgies by Katie Dlitz

3. 19 Catholic books for 2019 by Jackie Appleman

2. St. Augustine's Analogy for Understanding the Trinity by Caitlin Sica

1. What is Candlemas and how to observe it by Carolyn Pirtle

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