What specifically is the Carmelite charism and the charism of the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles? Find out in the conclusion of the two-part series on what a charism is.
What are charisms? And, who are they for? What does the Church have to say about them? Find out when the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles introduce this topic in this first post of a two-part series.
What path is God calling me to? What’s involved in this journey? Find out when Father John Bartunek starts looking at this question (an excerpt from his book “Seeking First the Kingdom”)
A Night in the Holy Sepulchre Part 3: Afterthoughts I was sitting waiting for my train at Waterloo Station in London feeling sorry for myself.
Are You Fully Alive? St. Irenaeus, a bishop and early Church Father, wrote, “The glory of God is man fully alive.” I love this quote.
Grace (Like in Sap) Editor’s Note: Having introduced Dr. Joseph Hollcraft to you in April as a Professor with the Avila Institute here, today we
A Night in the Holy Sepulchre – Part 2: Pentecost Editor’s Note: David Torkington continues his reflection on a night in the Holy Sepulchre which
Get a Vowel You are climbing a mountain, working hard, pushing yourself to fight the fight and finish the race. There are times to relax
Holy Fear We find in the writings of the great mystics, especially of those who have been recognized as “Doctor of the Church,” a certain
CARRYING OUT WORKS OF MERCY Dear Fr. John, Sometimes, when I set out to do some work of mercy, such as go to a funeral