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"Apostolic Texts"

George Herbet

(Poem) “Love III”: Love bade me welcome. Yet my soul drew back.

 Love bade me welcome. Yet my soul drew back.

Conrad Baars

Unaffirmed People are Like Prisoners Waiting For Someone to Free Them

Unaffirmed individuals, on the contrary, can be said to have been born only once; their second or psychological birth never…

Jean Vanier

To find the true meaning of marriage or community we have to accept our wound.

Even the most beautiful community can never heal the wound of loneliness that we carry. It is only when we…

St. Augustine of Hippo

We are Here for Only an Instant. Everything Slips Away!

After so many sufferings, diseases, troubles and pains, let us return humbly to that One Being. Let us enter into…

St. Pope John Paul II

Discovering One’s Vocation: It’s not only knowing what God Wants, but doing it!

The fundamental objective of the formation of the lay faithful is an ever-clearer discovery of one’s vocation and the ever-greater…

Rainer Maria Rilke

Short Story about Masks: They Promise to Make You Feel Free, But Are You?

I wept, but the mask did not let the tears escape; they ran down inside over my cheeks and dried…

Fr. Thomas Dubai

The 6 Differences between a Career and a Vocation

While a career is a mode of making a living and contributing to the earthly welfare of the human community,…

Fr. Walter Ciszek

Is God vindictive? Why inflict pain and suffering on those who follow him?

Day by day, I learned to experience in some measure the power of God as manifested in the mystery of…