David Torkington continues his mini-course on prayer with a close look at the mystical body and our incorporation into it through an ever-deepening death to self.
“This endless, ongoing, ever-expanding bliss planned for us by God from the beginning is the measure of the ‘height and depth, the length and breadth’ of his love for us that surpasses the understanding.” David John Torkington resumes his mini-course on prayer today.
Of all the ways the Lord remains with us, “the greatest and most beautiful of all is his Real Presence in the Sacrament of His Love.” Dr. Anthony Lilles shares on the blog today.
In this chapter from “Forty Reasons I am a Catholic”, Dr. Peter Kreeft discusses the Church of Christ as one, holy, catholic, and apostolic.
What do we do when our emotions about evil in our world contradict themselves? What path should we follow? Find out the first thing we can do about this in part I of this two-part series by Father John Bartunek.
BUILT TO LAST: A RETREAT GUIDE ON ST PETER AND THE PAPACY The newest Retreat Guide from RC Spirituality, Built to Last: A Retreat Guide
Dear Father John, in St. Thérèse’s poem to Venerable Theophane Venard (stanza 6) she expresses her desire to save souls as a missionary . .