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Justin McClain
 
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“Although I have much to write to you, I do not intend to use paper and ink. Instead, I hope to visit you and speak face to face, so that our joy may be complete.” (2 John 1:12)
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“To prepare for the Good News, we have to prepare the imagination.”
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“Modern man listens more willingly to witnesses than to teachers, and if he does listen to teachers, it is because they are witnesses” (Pope St. Paul VI)
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These two holy men were the face of Christ to the populations whom they served.
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Pain never disappears from unhealed wounds
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“Together, we can achieve an abortion-free America...”
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“My family and I have discovered that the Catholic Church is the best-kept secret in all of human history.”
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“As long as there is a really robust faith, and good Catholic families and groups, there are signs of hope.”
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We need to be challenged to live according to chaste ideals, and we can handle the challenge
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St. Catherine of Siena, pray for us!
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“Our universities can’t be ashamed of the Gospel. It’s our salvation.”
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An Interview with two Dominican Fathers about the Credo program
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Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, pray for fathers!
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It is crucial for Catholics in the 21st century to be consistently familiar with the Church’s teachings on human sexuality.
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An interview with Ulrich Lehner, author of God Is Not Nice
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Mother Mary, pray for us, including all of your fellow mothers!
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‘Amoris Laetitia’ is best read in light of its evaluation by Archbishop Chaput and other faithful bishops.
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“The heavens declare the glory of God; the firmament proclaims the work of his hands” (Psalm 19:2)
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An Interview with Katie Prejean McGrady
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May Benedict XVI continue to enliven us with his humble piety and zeal for the truth
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An Interview with Deacon Timothy Tilghman on the Catholic Church and the Civil Rights Movement
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“Did God really say…?”
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This Lent, do what St. Peter did and be reconciled with the Lord
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An interview with TJ Burdick
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Seeing the dignity and value in the lives of others makes taking their lives unimaginable
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Saint Peter, pray for us! Blessed Paul VI, pray for us!
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“Stop judging, that you may not be judged” is one of the best-known and least-understood Bible verses
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Saint Josephine Bakhita, model of Christian joy, pray for us!
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Would he see a school that lives and breathes with Catholic truth? If not, why not?
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An Interview with Kristan Hawkins, President of Students for Life of America
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“Bishops, in an eminent and visible manner, take the place of Christ himself, teacher, shepherd, and priest, and act as his representative.” (Lumen Gentium 21)
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Christ’s foster father is a model for decent, pro-life men.
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Look for opportunities to live Advent with joyful expectation.
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‘To Light a Fire on the Earth: Proclaiming the Gospel in a Secular Age’ by Bishop Robert Barron and John Allen, Jr., and Brandon Vogt’s ‘Why I Am Catholic (and You Should Be Too)’
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Our Lady, the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of All Christians, pray for us to be steadily united as brethren of Christ your Son!
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Let us rely on Our Lady of the Rosary to draw us closer to her Son and to unity among all Christians.
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“Your Word is a lamp for my feet, a light for my path.” (Psalm 119)
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“Do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid” (John 14:27)
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These are times of severe division in the Church, especially in the West.
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Like St. Matthew, teachers in Catholic schools bring the Lord to their students and expand on who he is, and who we are.
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“Are we not able to proclaim the kindness of God at noon?” —Saint Jerome
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Ultimately, who determines what is hateful, and who determines what is loving?
Justin McClain

A lifelong resident of the Archdiocese of Washington, Justin has taught theology and Spanish at his alma mater, Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville, Maryland, since 2006.


Justin has written widely on various aspects of the Catholic faith. His books include Called to Teach: Daily Inspiration for Catholic Educators and Our Bishops, Heroes for the New Evangelization: Faithful Shepherds and the Promotion of Lay Doctrinal Literacy. Justin is active in pro-life ministries, and serves on the volunteer board of directors for the Forestville Pregnancy Center.


Justin holds an M.A. in Spanish Language and Culture from the Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, and an M.A. in International History from Staffordshire University, England. Justin has studied philosophy and theology at Seton Hall University, and is pursuing a Certificate in Church History from the University of Notre Dame’s Satellite Theological Education Program along with an M.A. in Theology from the Franciscan University of Steubenville.


Justin, his wife Bernadette, and their children live in Bowie, Maryland, where they attend Sacred Heart Catholic Church. You can follow him on Twitter (@McClainJustin).