Rob Marco

Rob Marco is a happily married father of three living in southeastern PA. He was featured on EWTN’s “The Journey Home” and has written for various Catholic publications. He writes regularly about faith, family, sexual integrity, and Catholic masculinity on his blog Pater Familias

Articles By Rob Marco

Detachment in the Spiritual Life

“I quickly realized I, like most people, talk a good game. We are confident when the lights are on and our stomach is full. But you really don’t know yourself or your attachments until someone takes them away.” – Rob Marco

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The Fix

“It’s ok to be creative as Catholics, to seize upon little opportunities to share Christ with someone with your lips, to be Christ to someone with your kindness. Especially when the forgotten, the lost, the dejected, and the hurting who have no one else to turn to present themselves.” – Rob Marco

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Life By A Thousand Aspirations

“If a thousand small cuts can rob a man of his breath, it should follow that the so-called ejaculations of praise, petition, adoration, and thanksgiving for a Christian can help lead a man to life.” – Rob Marco

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Persisting Contra To God’s Will

Our seemingly noble and holy actions of attempted abandonment can sometimes be held up so that we present them to the Lord expecting Him to bless them, when in fact, He wants something else of us entirely.

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The Underrated Virtue of Moderation

Moderation has a seasoned way of wisely tempering zeal, and obedience a way of stretching us to do the things of God which go counter to the way we might decide to do things by way of our own preferences.

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