Tag: Meditations

124. Sin Matters (Mark 9:38-50)

Do we really have to choose sides for God or against Him? What are the consequences of sin? Find out the answers to these questions in an excerpt from Fr. John Bartunek’s meditation book “The Better Part”.

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123. Leaders Like Christ (Mark 9:30-37)

How can leaders be like Christ? What do humility and service have to do with leadership? Find out in this excerpt from Fr. John Bartunek’s meditation book “The Better Part.”

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Temperance

What does the virtue of temperance do for us? Find out when Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects in this excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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120. God’s Way (Mark 8:27-38)

Who do we say Christ is? Who is He really? Find out what Fr. John Bartunek has to say about this in this excerpt from his meditation book “The Better Part”.

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The Practice of Patience

How do we acquire the practice of patience? Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen explains how God Himself prepares the perfect way to this virtue, an excerpt from Father’s classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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117. The Touch of the Lord (Mark 7:31-37)

What does Jesus’ cure of the deaf and dumb man have to do with us? Find out in this excerpt for this coming Sunday’s Gospel from Fr. John Bartunek’s meditation book “The Better Part”.

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Simplicity

How does someone acquire the virtue of holy simplicity? Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects in this excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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115. Hard-Hearted Hypocrisy (Mark 7:1-23)

Do you praise someone to their face and hate them in your heart? Do we profess Christ at Mass but fight in the parking lot? How does hypocrisy keep us from allegiance to God? Fr. John Bartunek reflects on this coming Sunday’s Gospel in an excerpt from his meditation book “The Better Part”.

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Prudence and Rectitude

How does the virtue of prudence regulate our lives? Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen explains in an excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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