Tag: St. John Chrysostom

The Sacrament of Union

Today, on Holy Thursday, we celebrate both the institution of the priesthood and the Sacrament of Union with Christ. Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects, in an excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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Conversion of Saint Paul

As we celebrate today’s feast, we need to be attentive to how St. Paul’s conversion and life are applicable to our own, from a homily by St. John Chrysostom.

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Mystery of Hope

What is the mystery of hope? Find out when Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects in an excerpt from his Carmelite meditation classic “Divine Intimacy”.

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The Duty of the Apostolate

What kind of duty does every Christian have? Find out when Fr. Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen reflects, in this excerpt from the Carmelite meditation classic “Divine Intimacy”.

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The Living Water

What quenches our thirst for God? Find out when Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects in this excerpt from the classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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The Ugliest Rash in the World

What is the ugliest rash in the world? Find out as Trent Beattie reflects on how we can believe we are 100% right and yet be completely wrong in judging people and circumstances, how this manifests a lack of humility in our lives…and how to correct this.

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The Family as Domestic Church: How She Hands on Faith (Part II of IV)

What does it mean to be priest, prophet and king in the secular world as part of the family as the domestic Church? Liz Estler continues her examination of the family as domestic Church in Part 2 of this four-part series by looking specifically how parents function as priest within their domestic Church.

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On Evil Habits

ON EVIL HABITS “The wicked man, when he is come into the depth of sins contemneth.” cf Proverbs 18:3 The evil inclination to sin is

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Abuse of Divine Mercy

ABUSE OF DIVINE MERCY “Knowest thou not that the benignity of God leadeth thee to penance?” Romans 2:4 We read in the parable of the

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