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Justice, Wisdom, Courage, and Moderation: The Four Cardinal Virtues - PETER KREEFT

These four cardinal virtues are not the only virtues, but they are the cardes, the "hinges", on which all the other virtues turn.  Email This Article

Kakure Kirishitan - Patrick Downes

A faith, introduced to Japan by St. Francis Xavier, then hidden for 400 years, resurfaces on film before it disappears forever.  Email This Article

Kids and Holiness: Making Lent Meaningful to Children - Cyndi Montanaro

How might we apply the three penitential principles of Lent (fasting, almsgiving, and prayer) to our school-age children’s lives? What can we do to teach them (not force them) to do penance for the love of Christ?  Email This Article

Last Words - Scott Hahn

Prayer is necessary, but it's not easy. "[F]or we do not know how to pray as we ought" (Rom 8:26). We know how to pray in a superficial way, but not as we ought.  Email This Article

Lead Us Not into Temptation - Sean Innerst

In this month’s installment of our liturgical Bible study, we come to the readings for the Lenten season. The 40 days of Lent are meant to replicate in the life of the Church the 40-day fast of Jesus recounted in the Gospel reading for the First Sunday of Lent. That reminds us of the operating principle of our Bible study: Jesus Christ is the central, inner meaning of the whole of salvation history.  Email This Article

Lead Us Not into Temptation . . . - Scott Hahn

The Lord's Prayer is like a marathon course whose last mile winds up a steep hill. Or it's like a Himalayan mountain whose ultimate peak crowns a sheer, vertical rock face.  Email This Article

Leading Students to Christ - EDWARD P. SRI

In his book The Mystery We Proclaim (Our Sunday Visitor, 1993), Msgr. Francis Kelly offers a five-step plan that provides catechists with a helpful framework for every time they teach the faith.  Email This Article

Lent and Fasting - Grace MacKinnon

Dear Grace, Someone asked me with a question about why we have Lent and also why we do not fast for the entire forty days. Could you please explain the message behind Lent and why we do not fast every single day of the forty days?  Email This Article

Lent: A Call to Purification - Fr. Leonard M. Puech

Lent is the annual call to purify our souls for the great feast of Easter, figure of the eternal Easter, for which the soul must be perfectly pure.  Email This Article

Lent: Purification from Natural Motives - Fr. Leonard M. Puech

Man is not a pure spirit. All his actions do not spring from his spiritual nature. A good part — if not all — comes from his animal instincts, and often these instincts go to excess, passing the bounds of reason.   Email This Article

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