- HR#21 “Fighting the Demons” – The Holy Rule of St. Benedict with Fr. Mauritius Wilde O.S.B
- 1 min ago Kris McGregorEpisode 21 - The Holy Rule of St. Benedict: A Spiritual Path for Today's World with Fr. Mauritius Wilde O.S.B., PhD. Fighting the Demons From the Holy Rule of St. Benedict: CHAPTER I an excerpt: The second kind is that of Anchorites, or…Read More
- DOS#15 The 13th Rule - Discernment of Spirits w/ Fr. Timothy Gallagher
- 17 mins ago Kris McGregorEpisode 15 - The Thirteenth Rule: Likewise, he acts as a licentious lover in wanting to be secret and not revealed. For, as the licentious man who, speaking for an evil purpose, solicits a daughter of a good father or a wife of a good husband, wan…Read More
- Monday 1st Week of Lent – Daily Reading and Reflection on the Gospel from the Mass
- 37 mins ago Kris McGregor"Lord, when did we see you hungry?" an excerpt from today's reflection by Don Schwager: This parable is similar to the parable about Lazarus and the rich man (Luke 16:19-31). The rich man let Lazarus die on his doorstep and was doomed to crave…Read More
- First Sunday of Lent Cycle A – Daily Reading and Reflection on the Gospel from the Mass
- 1 day ago Kris McGregoran excerpt from today's reflection by Don Schwager: Where did Jesus find the strength to survive the desert's harsh conditions and the tempter's seduction? He fed on God's word and found strength in doing his Father's will. Satan will surely temp…Read More
- POC#2 The Power of the Cross with Michael Dubruiel episode 2
- 2 days ago Kris McGregorEpisode 2 - The Cross of Christ teaches us... - Michael discusses: Day 1 - Our Mission Day 2 - To Live the Gospel Day 3 - How to Pray Day 4 - About Repentance Day 5 - How to Trust and Give Thanks Day 6 - Reconciliation Day 7 - How to LoveRead More
- Friday after Ash Wednesday – Daily Reading and Reflection on the Gospel from the Mass
- 4 days ago Kris McGregorWhat kind of fasting is pleasing to God? Fasting can be done for a variety of reasons – to gain freedom from some bad habit, addiction, or vice, to share in the suffering of those who go without, or to grow in our hunger for God and for the things of…Read More
- Thursday after Ash Wednesday – Daily Reading and Reflection on the Gospel from the Mass
- 5 days ago Kris McGregorThe cross of Jesus Christ leads to freedom and victory over sin and death. What is the cross which Christ commands me to take up each day as his disciple? When my will crosses with his will, then his will must be done. The way of the cross involves s…Read More
- Lent - praying from the heart with Dr. Anthony Lilles
- 5 days ago Kris McGregorDuring Lent, we dedicate ourselves to prayer, fasting and almsgiving. These practices are simple ways of expressing our gratitude to Jesus for what He has done for us. This in fact is the very nature of penance. Penance is love which responds to…Read More
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Watch the video below of Father Peter John Cameron, O.P., editor-in-chief of “Magnificat” magazine, delivering the keynote address at a Catholic Convocation in the Diocese of Raleigh. Using humor and anecdotes, Fr. Cameron spoke about the Year of Faith and New Evangelization. “To put it simply, it [the New Evangelization] is an attraction,” he said. Fr. Cameron added that the New Evangelization is about awareness of the need to rediscover our faith, attentiveness to a lived experience (realizing the needs of people today) and an honest appeal to what really moves people. He spoke of three essentials that Blessed Pope John Paul II said must be present in the New Evangelization: ardor, methods and expression. He provided an example of each, noting that ardor must reflect a love for all that is human.
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