Join Dan and Stephanie Burke as they interview Sister Timothy Marie Kennedy O.C.D. on her book: “In the Face of Darkness – The Heroic Life and Holy Death of Mother Luisita”
Why do friendships die out over the years? Was there really a friendship to begin with? Who is the blame for this result?
Do I Need to Know Where I am In my Spiritual Growth? – Spiritual Reflections | Some people criticize those seeking to understand where they are in their spiritual growth (purgative, illuminative, unitive, etc.), is this appropriate? Should we know where we are spiritually? Is it ok to pursue this kind of knowledge?
Join Dan Burke as he interviews Elizabeth Lev on her book: “How Catholic Art Saved the Faith”
The desire for a child is an innate yearning share by many women; however, the struggle to fulfill this longing can be very burdening. Hannah from the Bible encountered these difficulties before achieving her heart’s desire, but remained steadfast in her trust in God throughout.
I am Frustrated with Distractions in Prayer! How Can I Deal With This? | Spiritual Reflections – This morning I was distracted and struggled with prayer…
Failure to recognize your predominant fault creates a barrier between you and humility. In this chapter from, “The Handbook of Spiritual Perfection,” author Philip Dion bridges this gap so that we may become more virtuous individuals.
Some insist that we must be balanced in our lives and especially in our spiritual commitments. A seminarian once reported that a family member said he was trying to be too holy and this is not necessary – is this a healthy perspective?
Join Dan and Stephanie Burke as they interview Dr. Kevin Vost on his book “The Seven Deadly Sins – A Thomistic Guide to Vanquishing Vice and Sin” and more specifically, the sin of sloth.
Today, it is alarming to see how many young men struggle with the idea of themselves. Instead of remedying the process, they often falter due to the contaminated society that they live in.
In this chapter from his book, “The Hidden Power of Kindness,” Lawrence Lovasik dwells on the importance of kindness in relation to obligation.