Our faith teaches that God perfects us as we are, as He has created us. So this nature in itself isn’t necessarily ‘bad’, it simply needs perfecting.
God can bring good out of–and into– the very darkest places, Joseph Hollcraft was reminded in an unexpected way.
How did the Catholic Church heal this divide? What brought a loving Protestant couple’s marriage to ruins and how did the Catholic Church heal this
Dr. Anthony Lilles reflects on true Christian prayer and how it draws us into relationship with the Holy Trinity.
What happens if your spouse does not want to get their previous marriage annulled? Are you outside of sanctifying grace? What can you do? Father John Bartunek answers a reader’s question.
Holy Communion preserves and increases all the various virtues, which are bestowed upon your soul together with sanctifying graces.
Dan Burke and Melissa Elson interview author Jeannie Ewing about her book “From Grief to Grace: The Journey from Tragedy to Triumph” and how we can cope with such in a healthy, faithful way.
Anthony Lilles reflects on sanctifying grace in this excerpt from his book “Fire From Above” published by Sophia Institute Press.
The enemy’s might is always subject to the power of God, and the deep roots of our prayer life are a participation in God’s power over the enemy of our souls.
Can holiness be attained by everyone? See what Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen has to say on this and the fullness of grace in this excerpt from the Carmelite meditation classic “Divine Intimacy”.