Discovering her vocation was easy for St. Elizabeth of the Trinity. Getting there would be another story…
Elizabeth of the Trinity made tremendous progress in the spiritual life simply by offering up little things. Claire Dwyer continues the series of reflections based on her life.
Buried under the most strong-willed child can be a beautiful vocation, as it was for St. Elizabeth of the Trinity. Claire Dwyer continues her series of reflections.
God begins a great work in a little girl with fiery eyes and a temperament to match. Claire Dwyer continues the series on St. Elizabeth of the Trinity.
Claire Dwyer continues her series of reflections with a look at St. Elizabeth of the Trinity’s early experience of death.
Three little words, holding more meaning than she could have known. Claire Dwyer recalls God’s promptings.
Dr. Anthony Lilles reflects on Divine Mercy and the devotion of Divine Mercy, and calls us to open up the floodgates of mercy!
A steady pace of rushing places a great hindrance not only on peace and rest for ourselves and our family but also on our relationship with God. Rushing ruins our recollection.
How are we to go about doing the apostolic work which God has called us to? Find out when Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects in an excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.
What is the primary end of the Incarnation, God becoming human?