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Patience…a Reflection on the Need to Trust the Slow Work of God

“Many of us may well wonder what harm could come from wiping out a few sinners from the face of the Earth or expelling a few more heretics. The Lord does not explain why but simply warns that hasty and severe actions may cause harm even to the wheat.” – Monsignor Charles Pope

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Finding Healing Through Brokenness and Forgiveness

“It would be nice if we didn’t have to suffer, but isn’t that the story of life? Viewed in the light of grace—through the lens of the crucifix—the Father allows evil because it allows things to happen that wouldn’t have been otherwise possible.” – Fr. John Burns

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What Matters Most

“How pure is my faith?  How confident is my hope?  How selfless is my love?  The honest answer to these questions will reveal to us where we are, really, in our relationship with God.”- Fr. Jeremiah Shryock, CFR

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The Problem of Avoiding God’s Will

“In this act of acceptance and recognition, our wills are moved to unite with the Will of God, and thus, we find extraordinary peace – no matter the circumstance.” – Dan Burke

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Mysteries of the Eucharist

Join us for this episode of Divine Intimacy Radio “Mysteries of the Eucharist” as we talk with Fr. Jesse Maingot on how to draw closer

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The World is Never Enough

“I smiled at him and said as compassionately as I could, ‘This world is never enough, and it never will be.’” – Fr. Jeremiah Shyrock

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The Aim of Mental Prayer

The science of prayer is the science of the conversation of man with God. Prayer itself is the unfolding of our mind before the Most

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