God Works With Those Who Love Him | Romans 8:28

 

God Works With Those Who Love Him | Romans 8:28

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When You Can’t See Past Your Own Hunger, It’s Hard To See Jesus

    “They say that one who is satiated cannot understand someone who is hungry; to that, I would add that one hungry person does not understand another hungry person.” – Dostoevsky   Every one of us hungers. Every one of us seeks for something that will nourish us. We hunger for affection, for relationships, for […]

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3 Thought Experiments To Unleash Glory In Your Life

Advent is a wonderful time to examine your heart and your prayer life, and to make small changes that can set you on a new trajectory of hope in the year ahead. We invite you to watch Father’s video, then prayerfully read the Gospel and reflection. We pray that this might help you in your […]

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What to do when you can't carry on

What To Do When You Don’t Have The Strength To Go On I Catholic Bible Study

Gospel Reflection for Mark (5:21-43)  When Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a large crowd gathered around him, and he stayed close to the sea. One of the synagogue officials, named Jairus, came forward. Seeing him he fell at his feet and pleaded earnestly with him, saying:  “My daughter is at the point of death. Please, […]

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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 into the Desert Lent Mk. 1:12-15

How To Go Into The Desert: Entering The Wild, Scary, Interior Battle Of Lent

“Though in Your sight I despise myself and reckon myself dust and ashes, there is something I know about You, which I know not about myself.” – Augustine, The Confessions A few days ago I was with some close friends in Subiaco, (where St. Benedict first founded a community). Entering the holy cave, above and […]

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How to Buy A Catholic Bible

What Catholics Should Look For When Buying A Bible

What is the Bible? Before we can really answer the question of which Bible to buy, we have to investigate a bigger question: “What is the Bible?” The Bible is more of a library than it is one book. It contains seventy-three books of various literary genres. In the Bible, there is history, romance, poetry, […]

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As We Bask In Glory, Will The World Still See The Cross?

A reading from the holy Gospel according to John 20:1-9 On the first day of the week, Remember, before Christianity, Sunday was the first day of the work week. Imagine that you are like the disciples, concerned about the Lord, but all around you everyone is going about the normal work routine. What might 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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Road to Emmaus Dinner Do Not Forget: You Are Part of a Love Story Free Catholic Bible Story

Do Not Forget: You Are Part Of A Love Story

One of the best ways to enrich your faith is to read the scriptures daily.  A great way of doing this is using the technique of Lectio Divina, a powerful method which we explain here. The following is from the Gospel of Luke 24:13-35  with a Catholic Bible study that is especially aimed at youth. […]

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Gospel reflection Ascension Mission Mt. 28

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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