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Four Teachings on Personal Prayer

“One of the signs that grace and prayer are having their effect is that our love for others, even for the multitudes, grows deeper, more compassionate, more patient, and more merciful. This takes great prayer and long hours of sitting at the Lord’s feet learning from Him.” – Monsignor Charles Pope

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The Promise and Peril of Apologetics

“But although apologetics is an important tool, it can be misused. If one elevates apologetics beyond its appropriate sphere, it can become positively dangerous.” – Dr. David Anders

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Our Lady of Mount Carmel

“Legend tells of the seamless robe which the Blessed Virgin wove for Jesus; but, for us–and in reality–she has done much more. She has cooperated in obtaining the garment of our eternal salvation, the wedding garment in which we shall enter the banquet hall of heaven.” – Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen

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How to See God

Join us for this episode of Divine Intimacy Radio “How to See God” as we talk about how to see God even in the mire

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Win the War For Your Thoughts

“You know that there are battles all around us. But did you know about the battle in—and for—your mind? Join me on the 31st to learn more.” – Dan Burke

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Abandon All Hope? Not So Fast.

A Reflection from “After Christendom” by Michael Warren Davis Who is the man who desires life, who loves to behold good days? Keep your tongue

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Renunciation and Praise

“(St. Elisabeth of the Trinity) understood the connection between renunciation and praise — Praise is the radiance of the splendor of God in a soul, the showing forth of His attributes in the world. In her thought, renunciation creates a precondition that allows such a collaboration with God to be realized.” – Anthony Lilles

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Having Too Many Spiritual Directors

“Different spiritual directors will have different gifts and insights, just as different coaches have different styles of coaching – not necessarily better or worse, just different. For consistent growth, we need to follow consistent guidance.” -Father John Bartunek.

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