To Live Is Christ And To Die Is Gain | Philippians 1:21

 

To Live Is Christ And To Die Is Gain | Philippians 1:21

 

“For me, to live is Christ and to die is gain” (Philippians 1:21)

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How Can I Seek My Mission And Discover My Vocation?

In today’s Gospel reflection, Father Ian VanHeusen presents a spiritual exercise based on the readings for the Mass of Our Lord’s Ascension. St. Ignatius of Loyola explains, “By the term “Spiritual Exercises” is meant every method of examination of conscience, of meditation, of contemplation, of vocal and mental prayer, and of other spiritual activities. “For […]

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5 Ways To Prepare The Way Of The Lord: An Advent Spiritual Exercise

Advent is a time to prepare your heart for Jesus’ coming at Christmas, as well as to prepare others around you to receive Him as their Savior. Especially with the non-Catholics and non-Christians in your life, how can you use this season of grace to help others open themselves up to the freedom and joy […]

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When And How Do Our Lives Become Truly Spiritual? | Luke 24: 46-53

One of the best ways to enrich your experience at Sunday Mass is to pray the gospel reading personally. A great way of doing this is using the “Lectio Divina”; this is a powerful method which we explain here. The following is the Sunday gospel reading with a reflection that is especially aimed at youth. We hope that […]

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Catholic Bible Study On The Gospel Of Luke 4:1-13

What Temptations Can Tell Us About Ourselves

One of the best ways to enrich your faith is to pray with the gospel readings. A great way of doing this is using the “Lectio Divina”; this is a powerful method which we explain here. We hope that it helps you in your personal prayer and that it serves as a resource that you […]

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Gospel Reflection Acts 2:1-11 Pentecost Holy Spirit

Let The Holy Spirit Transform Your Fear: How To Embrace The Challenges Of Your Mission

In today’s Gospel reflection, Father Ian VanHeusen presents a spiritual exercise based on Acts 2:1-11. St. Ignatius of Loyola explains, “By the term “Spiritual Exercises” is meant every method of examination of conscience, of meditation, of contemplation, of vocal and mental prayer, and of other spiritual activities. “For just as taking a walk, journeying on […]

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Gospel reflection - Why Forgiveness is Like Oxygen

How Lack Of Forgiveness Causes Community To Break Down

Peter approached Jesus and asked him, “Lord, if my brother sins against me, how often must I forgive? As many as seven times?” Jesus answered, “I say to you, not seven times but seventy-seven times. That is why the kingdom of heaven may be likened to a king who decided to settle accounts with his […]

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The One Thing That May Be Holding Your Life Back | Luke 13:1-9

The One Thing That May Be Holding Your Life Back | Luke 13:1-9

One of the best ways to enrich your experience at Sunday Mass is to pray the gospel reading personally. A great way of doing this is using the “Lectio Divina”; this is a powerful method which we explain here. The following is the Sunday gospel reading with a reflection that is especially aimed at youth. We hope that […]

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Servant leadership What Is Servant Leadership? A Catholic Perspective

What Is Servant Leadership? A Catholic Perspective

What is servant leadership? As leaders, we should be oriented towards service, self gift. It’s a simple principle, but it has to be renewed constantly. We also have to take care of ourselves in order to be able to give of ourselves to others. In this week’s Catholic Bible study, Father Ian VanHeusen examines Jn. […]

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Recognizing Jesus, we find ourselves

Discover Your True Identity When You Encounter Jesus | Catholic Bible Study

In today’s video reflection, Father Ian VanHeusen presents a spiritual exercise based on Luke 24:13-35. We hope you enjoy and use this Catholic Bible study. A reading from the holy Gospel according to Luke 24:13-35 That very day, the first day of the week, two of Jesus’ disciples were going to a village seven miles from […]

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Martha Martha | Liturgy Live 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This week on the podcast we talk about service through suffering. In the first reading Alanna connects the symbolism of the story to the symbolism of the New Testament. Service in suffering under the “tree” brings forth fruit, and new life. Abraham serves God with a good and ordered attitude and does not complain to […]

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