“He does not reflect and he does not give Christ’s invitation a chance to settle in – he simply decides immediately that this is not worth it. His possessions were his non-negotiables instead of his faith.” – Thomas Griffin
“Times of difficulty and trial, though painful, help us to become detached from the assignment itself and not allow the assignment to become our identity.” – Amy Knight
“I see that God desires that you be despoiled of everything and have no happiness beyond the happiness of doing the Holy Will of the Highest Good, reposing with deep humility on his loving bosom.” -St. Paul of the Cross
Claire Dwyer recounts the day St. Elizabeth of the Trinity finally entered the convent and reflections on the meaning of leaving everything behind to follow Christ.
Our Lady’s role in our salvation and sanctification is irreplaceable and most necessary in these times we live in. It is a great loss to
“Choose mortifications that don’t mortify others.” Claire Dwyer expounds on this saying of St. JosemarÍa Escrivá in today’s reflection.