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Tag Archives: Jesu
Spiritual Minute: Ask For Divine Grace!
A quick word on St. Joseph’s Day! What struck me about Pope Francis’ installation homily was his reference to tenderness. He said we should not be afraid of tenderness, of goodness. This, along with his challenge that we should protect … Continue reading
Posted in Dating & Marriage, Parenting, Pope Francis, Spiritual Minute Tagged Christ, Divinity, God, Jesu, Joseph, Joy, Love, Mary, Pope, Pope Francis, Protector, Sacred Heart, Saint Joseph's Day, Sorror, Tenderness, Thanksgiving, True Sorrow Leave a comment
Dare To Live Without Answers!
Wow, I’ve been reading Ann Voskamp’s blog. Awesome. “Dare to never make pain invisible but dare to say injustice is intolerable. This takes courage. This takes Christ. Dare to give up clarity — because God gives a call. Dare to give up … Continue reading
Posted in Giving Thanks Tagged Ann Voskamp, Answers, Christ, Christianity, Dare, Daring, Dark Night of the soul, Evangelism, God, Jesu, Joy, Mother Teresa, Prayer, Religion and Spirituality, Suffering Leave a comment
The Life Cycle Mysteries!
I got this awesome post from the father-in-law of my brother. I do not often re-blog things, but what a beautiful thing! I am all for informal rosaries that celebrate some other aspect of the mysteries of life and of the Church … Continue reading
Posted in Dating & Marriage, Liturgy Tagged abortion, Christianity, Church, Conception, elderly, End of life, euthenasia, Hail Mary, Jesu, Life, Mary, Mysteries, Parent-in-law, Religion and Spirituality, Rosary, teenage Leave a comment
Pope Saint Pius X’s Prayer to St. Joseph!
Below is a beautiful prayer to St. Joseph the Worker by Pope Saint Pius X. I hope this is the first of a series of prayers to St. Joseph written by Popes! What could be more appropriate in this month of St. Joseph … Continue reading
Posted in Post Conciliar Church Tagged Christ, Holy Family, Holy Spirit, Jesu, Joseph, Pope, Prayer, Saint Joseph Leave a comment
Spiritual Minute: Satan Thrives On Secrets
Satan thrives on secrets and secrets lead to lies, lies lead to distrust, distrust leads to broken relationships, broken relationships lead to fragmentation in the body of Christ, fragmentation in the Church leads to a decrease in the Church’s able … Continue reading
Posted in Spiritual Minute Tagged Christ, Church, God, HolySpirit, Jesu, Lead, Satan, Sin 1 Comment
Spiritual Minute: What Would You Die For?
The blood of martyrs is the seed of Christians. Our Lord tells us that if we are like to him that we will suffer as he suffered. That doesn’t necessarily mean that we will die but we should be ready … Continue reading
Posted in Spiritual Minute Tagged Christ, Christian, God, Jesu, Love, Prayer, Religion and Spirituality, Suffering 1 Comment
The Gospel of Failure
The below link will take you to Father Sam’s blog, and to his latest post on the Gospel of Failure. It is a very beautiful and encouraging reflection. Father Sam’s Blog
Posted in Reblogged Tagged Christ, Christian, Christianity, Evangelism, Gospel, Government, Jesu, Religion and Spirituality Leave a comment
Explanation of the Immaculate Conception
The following is a letter I wrote in response to a question posed concerning the dogma of the Immaculate Conception. First, the conception of Jesus in the womb of Mary by the power of the Holy Spirit is not referred to … Continue reading
Posted in Questions Answered Tagged Catholic, Catholic Church, Gabriel, God, Holy Spirit, Immaculate Conception, Jesu, Mary Leave a comment