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Making "Sense" Out of Scripture: - EDWARD SRI

Understanding the four senses of Scripture will provide you with an interpretive key for unlocking many spiritual treasures in the Word of God.  Email This Article

Making Christmas Come Alive - Fr. Roger Landry

In 1223, St. Francis of Assisi inaugurated a pious practice that in places today has become so common that many think that it always existed.  Email This Article

Masturbation: Mortal Sin? - Grace MacKinnon

Dear Grace: What is the Catholic Church's teaching on masturbation? Is it viewed as a mortal sin or as a venial sin? Could it prevent us from getting into heaven?  Email This Article

Meditation Notes on the O Antiphons - Fr. Roger J. Landry

The “O Antiphons” refer to the seven antiphons that are recited (or chanted) preceding the Magnificat during Vespers of the Liturgy of the Hours. They cover the special period of Advent preparation known as the Octave before Christmas, Dec. 17-23, with Dec. 24 being Christmas Eve and Vespers for that evening being for the Christmas Vigil.  Email This Article

Memory and Reconciliation - International Theological Commission

The following are extracts from Memory and Reconciliation: The Church and the Faults of the Past, published by the international Theological Commission in December 1999. President of the Commission is Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger.  Email This Article

Memory and Reconciliation: The Church and the Faults of the Past - INTERNATIONAL THEOLOGICAL COMMISSION

This document, presented on March 7, 2000 was prepared by the International Theological Commission under Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger's editorial direction. The document is designed as an explanation of the appeal for pardon which Pope John Paul II will make on March 12.  Email This Article

Mental Prayer - SISTER MARY ANN SULLIVAN, O.P.

If mental prayer, is a gift, freely given, what are we to do? It is simple. We watch and wait and cooperate as best we can. Our task is to be like the wise virgins who kept their lamps ready.  Email This Article

Message for Lent 2001 - Pope John Paul II

“Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem” (Mk 10:33). With these words, the Lord invites the disciples to journey with him along the road that leads from Galilee to the place where he will complete his redemptive mission. The road towards Jerusalem, which the Evangelists present as the crowning point of Jesus’ earthly journey, is the model for the Christian who is committed to following the Teacher on the Way of the Cross.  Email This Article

Message of His Holiness Benedict XVI for Lent 2007 - Pope Benedict XVI

Dear brothers and sisters, let us look at Christ pierced in the Cross! He is the unsurpassing revelation of God’s love, a love in which eros and agape, far from being opposed, enlighten each other.  Email This Article

Message of His Holiness John Paul II for Lent 2005 - Pope John Paul II

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