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Trust the Divine Author

“Far from meaningless, all our struggles and all our little deaths serve a greater purpose, in union with Jesus’ death and Resurrection.” – Kimberly Andrich

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Exorcist Diary: Satan Consumed by Revenge

“Satan’s entire existence seeks revenge against God whom he believes victimized him. He is spending every ounce of his dark energy forever lashing out against all that is holy.” – Monsignor Stephen Rossetti

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Is Group Spiritual Direction a Good Thing?

“Discerning God’s action and invitations in one’s life requires that kind of intensely personal and personalized dialogue. A group setting, with one spiritual director and a bunch of directees, would significantly change that essential dynamic.” – Fr. John Bartunek

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Is the Occasion of Sin a Sin?

“In those cases where I can easily avoid something that I know will be a very strong temptation for me, I need to do what I can to avoid it.” – Fr. John Bartunek

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The Mysteries of the Angelus

“This seasoned exorcist told us that the first spiritual exercise he and the Doloran Fathers give to anyone suffering from spiritual affliction and seeking their assistance is the discipline of praying The Angelus at the three specified times daily.” – Ruth Engelthaler

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Courtship of the Saints

Join us for this episode of Divine Intimacy Radio “Courtship of the Saints” as we talk with Patrick O’Hearn about why courtship is important and

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Exorcist Diary: Coughing Up Demons

“Preternatural coughing and vomiting during an exorcism are typically a positive development since they are a sign that demons are being cast out.” – Monsignor Stephen Rossetti

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Flos Carmeli (Flower of Carmel)

“If you want to know how we feel about Mary, our Mother, spend a few minutes reflecting on one of the most beautiful prayers ever written, the Flos Carmeli.” – Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles

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Merciful Like the Father

“God truly understands how difficult it is for us to be merciful and yet, He still asks it of us. Why?” – Carmelite Sisters OCD

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