Meditating on the fact that God loves you yields a joy that transcends the greatest physical or mental suffering.
Andrew McNabb reflects on the only solution to the evil of the falseness we confront every day.
When God chooses our penance, it is far more powerful than any cross we pick up ourselves. Claire Dwyer reflects on passive purification.
To not understand what it means to be human is to be unprepared in this greatest battle, this battle of earthly life.
There is no magic formula for the perfect prayer, only a continual turning to God and emptying of our will in imitation of Christ, David Torkington explains.
Why do we celebrate the Feast of the Triumph of the Cross? What does it call us to? Find out when Liz Estler explores this great celebration of our faith.
What is ecstasy–and how is the Real Presence ecstatic? Dr. Lilles continues to shine light on the immensity of love in the Eucharist.
Leila Miller examines how our level of holiness shapes our experience of suffering and our view of the crosses of life.
As we begin Holy Week, St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross meditates on the good that comes from desiring and carrying the Cross.
Why is the Cross good for us? Why do we need passive suffering?