Listen in as Dan Burke and Melissa Elson speak with Fr. Thomas Dailey about his book “Live Today Well: St. Francis de Sales’ Simple Approach to Holiness”.
Most of us aren’t lucky enough to be personally mentored by a saint, but we can seek guidance through spiritual reading.
Our eternal salvation is at risk if we do not engage in prayer. Dan Burke explains the Doctors of the Church’s wisdom in this short video on mental prayer.
Learn more about love and kinds deeds from Fr. Lawrence Lovasik, author of the bestselling book “The Hidden Power of Kindness.”
Why does Christ seem, at times, to be absent, or sleeping, in our souls? Servant of God Luis Martinez reflects on Jesus’ very delicate work in us.
Find out why saints are often shown with skulls when Father John Bartunek explains the concept of “memento mori”.
What is the best way go about praying for someone, or some intention, which we’ve been asked to pray for? Dr. Joseph Hollcraft shares powerful advice on what we should keep in mind when interceding for others.
Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen on how practicing the presence of God can help make continuous prayer possible, an excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.
Cheerfulness is a very great help in fostering the virtue of charity. Cheerfulness itself is a virtue. Therefore, it is a habit that can and should be acquired.
St. Francis de Sales reflects on the significance of peace of soul and humility in this excerpt from his book “Roses Among Thorns.”