Former model calls teens to choose ‘authentic love’ at Diocesan Youth Rally

Following an afternoon of talks, games, adoration, and the sacrament of reconciliation on March 23, participants in the Diocesan Youth Rally make their way from the Spalding Pastoral Center in Peoria to St. Mary's Cathedral for a closing Mass celebrated by Bishop Daniel R. Jenky, CSC. (The Catholic Post/Tom Dermody)

Every day presents choices between authentic love and imitation love, and a former fashion model urged 150 teens attending the 2019 Diocesan Youth Rally on March 23 to say “yes” to authentic love. “Too often our world distorts love and says it’s just about this act or this feeling and you can do whatever you […]

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Former model Leah Darrow will keynote Diocesan Youth Rally on March 23

Leah Darrow

Former model Leah Darrow will be the featured speaker when high school students from throughout central Illinois gather on Saturday, March 23, for the 2019 Diocesan Youth Rally. “Love and Self-Worth” is the theme of this year’s rally, set to begin at noon at the Spalding Pastoral Center in Peoria and conclude with a 6 […]

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“The Seven Habits of Holy People” as listed by Chris Stefanick at Washington event

Chris Stefanick addresses a crowd of more than 1,000 at the "Reboot Live!" event April 27 at Five Points Washington. (The Catholic Post/Jennifer Willems)

WASHINGTON — At his April 27 “Reboot Live” presentation here, Chris Stefanick said our relationship with God needs to translate into daily routines in order to stay alive and grow. He proposed the Seven Habits of Holy People: Love yourself. “Loving yourself is the precursor to accepting the love of God. It’s an acknowledgement that you’re […]

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More than 1,000 hear “best news in history” at Chris Stefanick event in Washington

The Gospel of Jesus Christ "is the most beautiful love story ever told," Chris Stefanick told an audience from eight parishes that packed the Caterpillar Performing Arts Center at Five Points Washington for the "Reboot LIfe" event on April 27. (The Catholic Post/Jennifer Willems)

WASHINGTON — Chris Stefanick made two things perfectly clear to a sold-out audience — many of them students preparing for confirmation or recently confirmed — at the Caterpillar Performing Arts Center at Five Points Washington on April 27. The first he demonstrated by picking up an electric guitar and playing it for them. “Your parents’ […]

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