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2Minutes2Virtue: Bishop Michael F. Burbidge "Carry — Don't Drag — Your Cross" (September 16, 2018)

9/17/2018
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Your #2minutes2virtue Challenge: Entrust to the Lord the cross that you find the heaviest to carry, and with great confidence, repeat the words, "The Lord God is my help" (Isaiah 50:7). Today's readings are taken from the Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Get these 2-minute reflections straight to your inbox by subscribing here:...

Duration:00:02:40

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Andrew Fisher "Open Your Heart and Let God In" (September 9, 2018)

9/10/2018
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Your #2minutes2virtue Challenge: Ask yourself, "What are the things that keep me from having a deeper and more intimate relationship with God?" Name them and work on them one by one. Today's readings are taken from the Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Subscribe at arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue

Duration:00:02:05

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Andrew Fisher "Only Jesus Has the Answer" (September 2, 2018)

9/6/2018
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Your #2minutes2virtue Challenge: Take time to listen to what God's voice is telling you every day through silent prayer. Today's readings are taken from the Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Subscribe today: http://arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue

Duration:00:02:46

2Minutes2Virtue: "Resolve to Believe" Fr. William Saunders (August 26, 2018)

8/27/2018
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Your #2minutes2virtue Challenge: Believe that Our Lord is truly present in the Holy Eucharist, and enter into a communion of life and love with Him. Today's readings are taken from the Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Sign up here: https://www.arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue

Duration:00:02:44

Bishop Burbidge discusses Pennsylvania grand jury report

8/22/2018
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Bishop Burbidge discusses the grand jury report from Pennsylvania and addresses what he would do if he received an allegation of sexual abuse in our Diocese. This is an excerpt from excerpt from The Walk Humbly Podcast episode 16. Listen to the episode in full: http://walkhumbly.libsyn.com/16-pa-grand-jury-report-seminarians-take-step-as-candidates-dangerous-fle-curriculum-and-more Read the commitments the Diocese of Arlington makes with regard to allegations of sexual abuse and protecting...

Duration:00:23:47

2Minutes2Virtue: "You Are Hungry for God!" Fr. Michael Isenberg (August 19, 2018)

8/21/2018
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Your #2minutes2virtue Challenge: Find some quiet time this week with Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, either through adoration or daily Mass. Today's readings are taken from the Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Sign up here: https://www.arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue/

Duration:00:02:32

How can we reach out in love to those who have had an abortion?

8/20/2018
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Bridget from St. Ambrose Catholic Church, in Annandale, asks: How we can reach out in love to those who have had an abortion – to help them realize that there is a God? Bishop Burbidge answers this question on The Walk Humbly Podcast. For confidential help after abortion, call (703) 841-2504 or 1-888-456-HOPE (4673) or email info@helpafterabortion.org. "Don't be afraid. You’ll find love and healing. Tremendous healing. And it is the beginning of a wonderful journey from darkness into light...

Duration:00:02:15

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. William Saunders "The Greatest Miracle Ever" (August 12, 2018)

8/15/2018
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Your #2minutes2virtue Challenge: Each time the priest elevates the Sacred Host and the Chalice at Mass, pray "My Lord and My God." Today's readings are taken from the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Sign up here: http://arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue

Duration:00:01:38

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. William Saunders "Food for the Soul" (August 5, 2018)

8/7/2018
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Your #2minutes2virtue weekly challenge: Take some time to go to Adoration this week, spending valuable time with Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Today's readings are taken from the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Sign up here: bit.ly/2minutes2virtue

Duration:00:02:31

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Robert Cilinski "God Alone Is Enough" (July 29, 2018)

7/31/2018
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Your Challenge: Ask yourself, "What is something in my life that I think I don't have enough of?" With trust, give it over to God that He may bless it. Today's readings are taken from the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Sign up here: bit.ly/2minutes2virtue Join the digital conversation at #2minutes2virtue

Duration:00:02:22

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Robert Cilinski "Kindness Goes A Long Way" (July 22, 2018)

7/24/2018
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Your Challenge: Think of a time you performed an act of kindness and try to do it again. Today's readings are taken from the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Sign up here: bit.ly/2minutes2virtue Join the digital conversation at #2minutes2virtue

Duration:00:02:19

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Michael Isenberg "God's Plans vs My Plans" (July 15, 2018)

7/24/2018
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Your Challenge: When something happens that you didn't expect, let go, and turn to God for guidance. Today's readings are taken from the Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle I (Year B). Build the virtues you wish you already had. #2minutes2virtue is for Catholics who want to get the most out of Sunday readings. Sign up here: bit.ly/2minutes2virtue Join the digital conversation at #2minutes2virtue

Duration:00:03:15

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Robert Cilinski "Find Strength In Weakness" (July 8, 2018)

7/13/2018
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2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Robert Cilinski "Find Strength In Weakness" (July 8, 2018) by Audio resources from the Arlington Diocese

Duration:00:02:25

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Robert Cilinski "Advance Always!" (July 1, 2018)

7/13/2018
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2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Robert Cilinski "Advance Always!" (July 1, 2018) by Audio resources from the Arlington Diocese

Duration:00:02:30

2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Edward Hathaway "Let God Smash Your Idols" (June 24, 2018)

7/13/2018
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2Minutes2Virtue: Fr. Edward Hathaway "Let God Smash Your Idols" (June 24, 2018) by Audio resources from the Arlington Diocese

Duration:00:01:26

Catholic Charities Segment on The Walk Humbly Podcast with Bishop Burbidge Episode 13

7/11/2018
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Jay from St. Mark and Our Lady of Good Counsel, in Vienna, asks Bishop Burbidge on the #WalkHumbly Podcast: "I was interested in finding out more about the relationship the Diocese has with Catholic Charities. I think that I am not alone with wanting to know more about the relationship, but also some of their ongoing programs. Do contributions help people in our Diocese only, or are they sent to other portions of the country? Do they have programs in which people can volunteer some time,...

Duration:00:03:57

Father Scalia Marriage Retreat July 2018: Homily

7/5/2018
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The Sacrament of Marriage is not merely a reflection of the love of Christ for the Church, but is more importantly a grace which endows spouses with the gift of perfect worship: receiving Jesus in his poverty, chastity and obedience. On Saturday, July 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Holy Trinity parish, in Gainesville, Fr. Paul Scalia, Episcopal Vicar for Clergy, hosted a Retreat Day for Married Couples. 220 couples attended the enriching and reflective day, which included talks, Adoration,...

Duration:00:08:48

Father Scalia Marriage Retreat July 2018: Obedience

7/5/2018
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Obedience: Just as a religious takes a vow of obedience to his provincial, so do husband and wife make a vow to submit to each other (always in their distinctly masculine or feminine way), for the sake of their one flesh union. For husbands, this means being intimately involved, withstanding the temptation to be distant. For wives, this means respecting the headship of the man, foregoing the temptation to be too much in control. On Saturday, July 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Holy Trinity...

Duration:00:30:48

Father Scalia Marriage Retreat July 2018: Chastity

7/5/2018
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Chastity: For a religious brother or sister, chastity means total abstinence. For the married couple, chastity means a purity of heart and action: married love is total and free, which means that it must be exclusive. Even within this relationship, the deep union between husband and wife must be generous and never self-seeking. On Saturday, July 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Holy Trinity parish, in Gainesville, Fr. Paul Scalia, Episcopal Vicar for Clergy, hosted a Retreat Day for Married...

Duration:00:17:33

Father Scalia Marriage Retreat July 2018: Poverty

7/5/2018
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Poverty: When one marries, one does not just give up a certain pursuit of material things; rather, in marriage, one’s very life is opened up, shared with, and indeed given to the other. A spirit of poverty in marriage takes the form of giving up one’s own desires for the sake of the common good. On Saturday, July 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Holy Trinity parish, in Gainesville, Fr. Paul Scalia, Episcopal Vicar for Clergy, hosted a Retreat Day for Married Couples. 220 couples attended the...

Duration:00:16:46