Encyclical on the Eucharist by Saint Pope John Paul II

The beginning of this great saints letter to “Bishops, Priests and Deacons, Men and Women in the Consecrated Life and all the lay faithful” is an important Magisterial document for single lay faithful to read. The Magisterium gives us the teachings we need…

Chastity and a Eucharist Centered Life

Chastitiy and a Eucharist Centered Life The Catechism of the Catholic Church, #2338, relates the “integrity of the person” to the call to chastity: “The chaste person maintains the integrity […]

“Mystery of Love for the Single” by Fr. Dominic J. Unger, O.F.M.

“Virginal love (or perpetual celibacy), is not an impediment to the full realization of one’s personality. It is not only no hinderance to the fullest attainment of one’s final end, but it promotes that attainment as nothing else can. It not only does not hinder the realization of a perfect personality; it is, very positively, the completion, the sublimation, the perfection of human personality.

Amazing Nearness

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Prayer Apostolate

During this Month of the Rosary, singles actually talk to their Blessed Mother, tell her their needs, and meditate on her life and the life of her Son when they pray the Rosary.


A Catholic single stewards their financial resources, so they can have more to give for love of God and neighbor. Singles of the Eucharist can help guide each other in being good stewards.

Discerning Religious life

“The Consecrated Life, deeply rooted in the example and teaching of Christ the Lord, is a gift of God the Father to his Church through the Holy Spirit. By the profession of the evangelical counsels the characteristic features of Jesus — the chaste, poor and obedient one — are made constantly “visible” in the midst of the world and the eyes of the faithful are directed towards the mystery of the Kingdom of God already at work in history, even as it awaits its full realization in heaven.”

Discerning the Vocation to the Priesthood

“Because it is joined with the episcopal order the office of priests shares in the authority by which Christ himself builds up and sanctifies and rules his Body. Hence the priesthood of priests, while presupposing the sacraments of initiation, is nevertheless conferred by its own particular sacrament. Through that sacrament priests by the anointing of the Holy Spirit are signed with a special character and so are configured to Christ the priest in such a way that they are able to act in the person of Christ the head.”, Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1563.