Jessica Fehy reminds us that there is opportunity for great heroic virtue even as you go about the sometimes monotonous or “annoying” duties and encounters in your daily life!
With St. Rose of Lima we find an astounding saint and loving hound of the Lord, and yet, at a superficial level, her life and her lessons may seem very odd, extreme, and strange to us today.
What is the interior apostolate? And, what does it consist of? Find out when Fr. Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen reflects, in this excerpt from the Carmelite meditation classic “Divine Intimacy”.
Why can all of us celebrate Memorial Day? Find out how the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles reflect on this holiday which marks the unofficial start of the summer season in the United States.
Contemplating Jesus Through Mary of Nazareth Oh to be a mother—so many reasons to both worry and rejoice from pregnancy onward. But to be
Dan and Melissa look at advancing against the gates of hell, embracing suffering, and the inspiration of Mother Angelica as they reflect on letters from St.
God turns Sinners into Saints Sometimes my mind is too tired or distracted to engage in detailed meditations during prayer time. I look for a
Apostolic Immolation Presence of God— O Jesus, immolated for my salvation, make me worthy to immolate myself with You for the salvation of souls.
Dear Father John, what exactly is a living sacrifice? I’ve been asking some of my Protestant Christian friends and no one can give me an