In this chapter from his book “An Exorcist Explains the Demonic,” Fr. Gabriele Amorth reflects on vexation as a result of demonic possession.
Jesus Chose Mary for Himself If there is nothing more touching in the Gospel than the way God treats his reconciled enemies — that is, converted sinners. He is not content to wipe away the stain of their sins. It is easy for his infinite goodness to prevent our sins from hurting us; he also wants
The Early Visions of St. Mother Theresa After Mother Teresa died, officials preparing her sainthood cause discovered a small cache of letters written to her spiritual directors and superiors during her early years. She had long ago destroyed her notes and diaries from this period and had asked others to dispose of letters she had sent
In this chapter from his book “The Art of Spiritual Warfare,” Fr. Venatius Oforka reflects on the spiritual battle between good and evil.
In this chapter in “The Meditations on Mary,” Bishop Jacque-Benigne Bossuet reflects on Mary’s faith … and Joseph’s as well.