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Novena to St. Alphonsus Liguori Day 807/30/14
Day 8 St. Alphonsus you have said:St.-Alphonsus-8 "Loving souls can find no greater delight than to be in the company of those whom they love. If we, then, love Jesus Christ much, behold we are now in his presence. Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament sees...
St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena Day 9
From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola:St.-Ignatius-9 I recommend that virtue to you which includes all others, and which our Lord so greatly praised by calling it His great commandment: "This is My commandment that you love one another" (John...
WOM#18 – The Gift of Grace – The Way of Mystery w/ Deacon James Keating
The challenge of living the moral life and the gift of grace from the sacrament of the Eucharist.
Divine Friendship – The Model of St. Martha with Msgr. John Esseff
St. Martha is a particular favorite of Msgr. Esseff. He explores the profound experience of friendship that we can have with Jesus. He shares a poignant personal experience to highlight this point.
Novena to St. Alphonsus Liguori Day 7
Day 7 St. Alphonsus you have said:St.-Alphonsus-7 The more a person loves God, the more reason he has to hope in Him. This hope produces in the Saints an unutterable peace, which they preserve even in adversity, because as they love God, and know how...
St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena Day 8
Day 8 From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola: I ask you to put forth your every effort to win honor in heaven, fame and renown before the Lord, who is to be our judge. If God has given you the world's goods in abundance, it is to help you gain...
MC5 – Praying with Scripture: Christian Contemplation and Mediation in...
Fr. Gallagher continues to discuss the differences and benefits of meditation and contemplation - the cornerstones of Ignatius of Loyola’s spiritual practice.
IP#179 Vinny Flynn – 21 Ways to Worship on Inside the Pages
It was a delight to once again have a conversation with Vinny Flynn, who has authored "21 Ways to Worship: A Guide to Eucharistic Adoration". Short and to the point, the meditations brought forward by Vinny are packed with aids to help us deepen our...
Faith Check 26 – Sacramentals with Greg Youell
In the minds of non-Catholics, Catholicism often conjures images of Catholic stuff: candles, crucifixes, rosaries, statues, holy water, oils, and the like. These are called sacramentals—not to be confused with the seven sacraments, they are material...
St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena Day 7
Day 7 From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola: If the devil praises us, we must humble ourselves reflecting on our sins and wretchedness. If he abases us and keeps us down, we must then lift ourselves up in true faith and hope in our Lord,...
Novena to St. Alphonsus Liguori Day 6
Day 6 St. Alphonsus you have said: There can be no greater Lord than God; neither can there be a more ardent lover than He. Far from despising our confidence in Him, He rejoices that we have it—confidence and familiarity and affection like that which...
Novena to St. Alphonsus Liguori Day 5
St. Alphonsus you have said: You are not asked to apply your mind continually to the thought of God and lay aside the fulfillment of your duties and your recreations. ... Your God is ever beside you—indeed, He is even within you. “In Him we live, and...
St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena Day 6
From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola:St.-Ignatius-6 If we desire to live in honor and to be esteemed by our neighbors, then we shall never be solidly rooted in God our Lord, and it will be impossible for us to remain undisturbed when insults...
Novena to St. Alphonsus Liguori Day 4
Day 4 St. Alphonsus you have said: “If you wish to strengthen your confidence in God still more, often recall the loving way in which He has acted toward you, and how mercifully He has tried to bring you out of your sinful life, to break your...
St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena Day 5
From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola: We should praise all the laws of the Church, keeping our minds ever ready to seek reasons to defend them and not to oppose them [Spir. Exer., "Rules for Thinking with the Church"]. I must remind you to...
DC23 St. Anslem pt 1 – The Doctors of the Church: The Charism of Wisdom...
Born: 1033, Aosta, Italy Died: April 21, 1109, Canterbury, United Kingdom Full name: Anselmo d'Aosta Books: Proslogion, More
17th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Sunday, Sunday, Sunday with Mark Hart
a reflection on the upcoming Sunday Mass readings presented by LifeTeen.com and hosted by Mark Hart. Reading 1 1 KGS 3:5, 7-12 Responsorial Psalm PS 119:57, 72, 76-77, 127-128, 129-130 Reading 2 ROM 8:28-30 Gospel MT 13:44-52 Jesus said to his...
Novena to St. Alphonsus Liguori Day 3
Day 3 St. Alphonsus you have said: “The more a person loves God, the more reason he has to hope in Him. This hope produces in the Saints an unutterable peace, which they preserve even in adversity, because as they love God, and know how beautiful He...
St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena Day 4
Day 4 From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola:St.-Ignatius-4 I desire for you the joy and full consolation of soul that I desire for myself, and I sympathize with you in your trials. . .but I consider this a very special gift of God our Lord for...
CA-1 Introduction – St. Thomas Aquinas – Christian Apologetics with Dr....
Episode 1 - What is Christian Apologetics? Who was St. Thomas Aquinas, his life, his times, and his contribution. What is "theology"? What is the "Summa"? Reply to Objection 2: Sciences are differentiated according to the various means through which...
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