Dear Lord and Beloved Blessed Mother, help me be prepared for my death. To die a happy death — in the state of grace.
Why should we not fear the end of our mortal lives? What example does Christ’s death on the Cross give to us?
Dan Burke and Melissa Elson explore the Church’s teachings on death, judgment, Heaven, and Hell by speaking with Fr. Wade Menezes about his book “The Four Last Things”.
Find out why saints are often shown with skulls when Father John Bartunek explains the concept of “memento mori”.
Meditation on Ash Wednesday, an excerpt from Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen’s Carmelite classic “Divine Intimacy”.
When was the last time you thought of what happens after death? Father John Bartunek announces his latest retreat guide “Fire of Mercy” today.
Should people who do evil be excused? Are they culpable for sinning? Does God heal them after they die? Catholic therapist Allison Ricciardi explores these questions and more.
How does the existence of hell prove God’s goodness? Find out as Allison Ricciardi explores a common cultural myth that a good God would not send people to hell.
What, or who, is the mysterious slain Lamb of the Passover? Find out in this meditation from the Liturgy of the Hours from a homily by St Melito of Sardis.
What is this great combat we are engaged in? Find out when Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects on the temptations of Christ, on this First Sunday of Lent, in this excerpt from the classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.