Living A Life Of Faith Means Saying “I Don’t Understand”

Living A Life Of Faith Means Saying “I Don’t Understand”

 

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The First Goal of Spiritual Combat Isn’t Perfection, Rather Peace of Heart

The first goal of spiritual combat, that toward which our efforts must above all else be directed, is not to always obtain a victory (over our temptations, our weaknesses, etc.), rather it is to learn to maintain peace of heart under all circumstances, even in the case of defeat.   And this is one of […]

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Experience The Reality Of The Cross Every Day | St. John Paul II

If the Cross is accepted, it generates salvation and brings peace, as is evidenced by the many beautiful testimonies given by young believers. Without God, the Cross crushes us; with God, it redeems and saves us. St. John Paul II Related content: Catholic Books To Give & Read How Important Is The Catechism To The […]

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The Supreme Duty Of Every Christian | St. John Paul II

God is opening before the Church the horizons of a humanity more fully prepared for the sowing of the Gospel. I sense that the moment has come to commit all of the Church’s energies to a new evangelization and to the mission ad gentes. No believer in Christ, no institution of the Church can avoid […]

“Every child, every person needs to know that they are a source of joy”

“Every child, every person needs to know that they are a source of joy; every child, every person, needs to be celebrated. Only when all of our weaknesses are accepted as part of our humanity can our negative, broken self-images be transformed.” Related content: What is the True Source of Beauty? The Real Commitment Of […]

Why Both Married People and Priest Should Be “Celibate”

In other words, the person mature enough to commit to either the married or religious state of life must already have become a free, self-possessed, unique masculine or feminine celibate — for that is precisely what caelebs means: singular and alone! Related content: Does God Make People Gay? A Priest Responds The Seven Hearts Of […]

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What are the Three Advents Of Christ?

At the beginning of a new yearly cycle, the liturgy invites the Church to renew her proclamation toall the peoples and sums it up in two words “God comes”. These words, so concise, contain anever new evocative power.Let us pause a moment to reflect: it is not used in the past tense – God has […]

What is the True Source of Beauty?

Beauty grows in you to the extent that love grows, because charity itself is the soul’s beauty. – Confessions Related content: Inner Beauty Of Grace Wins The Soul True Beauty Sees Souls Instead Of Bodies What We Can Learn About Beauty From The Virgin Mary “Every child, every person needs to know that they are a […]

What Does Love Really Look Like?

What does love look like? It has the hands to help others. It has the feet to hasten to the poor and needy. It has eyes to see misery and want. It has the ears to hear the sighs and sorrows of men. That is what love looks like. Related content: Christ Has No Body […]

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Holy Week To-Do List Go to Confession. Forgive people. Help others. Clean your house and your mind. Spend time in silence reflecting on the sacrifice Christ made for you. Stay strong in your Lenten fast. Learn about Holy Thursday. Learn about Good Friday. Learn about...

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