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Marriage is a Sign of God

Marriage is a Sign of God

Signs and symbols are ubiquitous in our everyday lives. From traffic signals and speed limit postings to giant billboards encouraging…

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Summer Reading Recommendations from Ruah Woods Press

Summer Reading Recommendations from Ruah Woods Press

We hope and pray this is a summer to reset minds, hearts, bodies and souls after the year we’ve experienced.…

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Meet Rob Stamper, Ruah Woods Press’ Newest Staff Member

Meet Rob Stamper, Ruah Woods Press’ Newest Staff Member

The gift of living out my Catholic faith at my place of work, while simultaneously working in the field of…

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Recognition & Appreciation of the Catechist’s Role

Recognition & Appreciation of the Catechist’s Role

Pope Francis recently released a document, Antiquum Ministerium (The Ministry of Catechist) In it, he discusses the history of catechists…

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Human Heart, Divine Love

Human Heart, Divine Love

Imagine a time in your life when you truly felt loved. Take just a few moments and put yourself back…

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Tommy Shultz Joins the Ruah Woods Press Team

Tommy Shultz Joins the Ruah Woods Press Team

“It is Jesus who stirs in you the desire to do something great with your lives, the will to follow…

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Mary’s Coronation: A Gift for All

Mary’s Coronation: A Gift for All

“The absolute and eternal spousal meaning of the glorified body will be revealed in union with God himself, by seeing…

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The Joy of Feasting

The Joy of Feasting

We hear a lot in the church about fasting.  We need to fast, we know the rules about fasting and…

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New Vocabulary for Teachers

New Vocabulary for Teachers

Mask breaks, social distancing, COVID-19, plexiglass dividers, outbreak, herd immunity, super-spreader and on and on and on. New vocabulary for…

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The Passion Through the Lens of Theology of the Body

The Passion Through the Lens of Theology of the Body

The Agony in the Garden “Christ made a “gift of self” to the Father through obedience to the point of…

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