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.
Growing in virtue is essential for growth in prayer, Connie Rossini explains.
Waiting, when it is the will of God, is exactly where we are supposed to be – a lesson St. Elizabeth of the Trinity learned early. Claire Dwyer continues a series of reflections on this young saint.
Why is perseverance necessary to holiness? Fr Gabriel of St Mary Magdalen explains in this excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.
Why is fortitude necessary for perfection?
Why is the virtue of justice so important to doing God’s will?
What is supernatural prudence?
Why did God put the love of neighbor so close to the love of God in importance?
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!
Why do we need strong hope for the apostolate? Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects in this excerpt from his classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.