To celebrate the Catholic Apostolate Center passing 50,000 "likes" on Facebook, Communications and Social Media Intern Andrew Buonopane created a list of 50 Ways to Enjoy your Faith. This is the last post in a five-part series where we have shared the whole list!
#10- Read Baptismal Promises
During the Easter season, we are sprinkled with Holy Water during Mass and during the Easter Vigil we renewed our Baptismal promises with those who were being baptized that night. Take some time to go back and read those promises. How has your understanding of these promises evolved as you’ve gotten older?
#9- Learn more about your Confirmation saint
Even though you probably know something about your Confirmation saint when you chose him or her, learning more about them is a great way to strengthen your faith!
#8- Learn more about your name saint
Were you named after a particular saint? Spend a few minutes researching your name saint and learn about why your parents may have chosen to name you after him or her.
#7- Devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe, Lourdes, and Fatima
Our Blessed Mother is known by many names and titles throughout the world. Our Lady of Guadalupe, Lourdes, and Fatima are just a few. What is your favorite devotion to Our Lady?
#6- Learn more about Catholic Social Teaching
We often hear talk about Catholic Social Teaching, but have you ever studied the tenants of Catholic Social Teaching? Try learning more about this important facet of our faith, one that Pope Francis has urged us to focus on!
#5- Vocational Discernment Resources
Not sure of your vocation in life? Check out our Vocational Discernment resources, or read through these great blog posts about vocations!
#4- Joyfully TALK about your faith
TALKing about faith is a great acronym to help with Evangelization. Tone it down, Assume the best intentions, Limit your claims, Keep to the issue. The New Evangelization calls for all of us to talk more about our faith. For more information, see our New Evangelization resource page!
#3- Who Jesus Is: God and Man
One of the core tenants of our faith is that we understand Christ as both Human and Divine. Reflect on what this might mean for your own understanding and encounter with Christ.
#2- Receive Jesus Christ.
#1- Say “Thank You” to The Holy Trinity! The God who is love has given us everything!
It’s easy to pray to God for things we want or things that are troubling us, but never forget to pray simply to thank God for all his blessings!
To read the previous installments in this series, click here: Part I | Part II | Part III | Part IV
Andrew Buonopane is the Communications and Social Media Intern at the Catholic Apostolate Center