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Our Mother of Sorrow and Love

Our Mother of Sorrow and Love

Bishop Bossuet reflects on Mary’s condition, which was one of sorrow, a crucifying sorrow, and, how amid this sorrow, she lived by love.

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How to Trust God

God meets our spiritual needs, just as He promised. He also provides for our physical needs, as long as we place our trust in Him.

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The Long Dark Night of Mother Teresa

We’d be hard-pressed to find another saint who suffered a darkness so thick, or a night as long, as the one St. Teresa of Calcutta did. Find out more in an excerpt from this book on Mother Teresa.

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Letting Go of Grudges

We must put aside all resentment, bitterness, and grudges. These are obstacles to our spiritual freedom that prevent us from experiencing the power of the Lord in our lives.

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4 Ways to Increase Patience

How can we acquire the all-important virtue of patience that, as Jesus reminds us, is necessary for the salvation of our immortal souls? Fr. Ed Broom explains four different ways to cultivate the virtue of patience.

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Resisting Temptations

Fr. Michel teaches how to best respond to the different kinds of temptations that assail you and shows how to profit spiritually from them.

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A Kneeling Theology

Our greater awareness of method and recourse to technology in theology today seems to be at the expense of prayer. Very few scholars teach or write as if they believe that contemplation is of any objective value to the theological enterprise or that mystical wisdom has any real importance for the life of the Church.

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