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The Furies of Conscience - J. Budziszewski

Everyone knows that conscience works in two different modes: cautionary and accusatory.  Read more...

The Grace of Fasting - Father Andre Louf, OCSO

Before fasting passes into prayer, and the one can no longer do without the other, it will have to burrow out new depths in a person's heart.   Read more...

The great ever-present reality - Father Anselm Moynihan, O.P.

"Lo! You were Somebody all of a sudden."  Read more...

The Greatest Commandment - Monsignor Luigi Giussani

We have been created by God's affection; it is now our turn to make it our self.  Read more...

The Greatest Commandment - Saint Francis de Sales

Why do we love ourselves in charity?  Read more...

The Guilelessness of Nathanael - Blessed John Henry Newman

I say, it is a difficult and rare virtue, to mean what we say, to love without dissimulation, to think no evil, to bear no grudge, to be free from selfishness, to be innocent and straightforward.  Read more...

The Holy Name of Jesus - Saint Bonaventure

The name Jesus is endowed with immense power!   Read more...

The Holy Spirit Working through the Church - Father Robert Spitzer, S.J.

Another way in which the Holy Spirit works is by confirming the truths of the faith to us in the context of the body of Christ.  Read more...

The Humility of the Last - Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman

Never think we have a due knowledge of ourselves till we have been exposed to various kinds of temptations, and tried on every side.  Read more...

The Inspiration of the Holy Spirit - Father Robert Spitzer, S.J.

In last month’s article we looked at how the Holy Spirit gives us peace in times of suffering or when we might be experiencing some form of persecution for our faith.   Read more...

The Journey - Father Antoninus Wall, O.P.

The most common symbol of the dynamic of Christian salvation is that of a "journey".   Read more...

The Lord's Second Temptation - Pope Benedict XVI

We are dealing here with the vast question as to how we can and cannot know God, how we are related to God and how we can lose him.   Read more...

The Marks of Original Sin - Pope Benedict XVI

The human being does not trust God.  Read more...

The Meaning of Prayer - Father John A. Hardon, S.J.

How well do we communicate with the other world when we pray?  Read more...

The Measure to Measure With - Dom Anscar Vonier, O.S.B.

Our whole Christian outlook should be an outlook of goodness, an outlook of sanctity.   Read more...

The Mirror of Christ Outside - Father Antoniunus Wall, O.P.

At the Last Supper, when Our Lord was speaking intimately to his followers for the final time before his death, he informed them that he would shortly be leaving them to return to the Father.   Read more...

The Mirror of Christ Within - Father Antoniunus Wall, O.P.

Jesus made two promises to his followers.   Read more...

The Mirror of Nature - Father Antoninus Wall, O.P.

When Jesus began his public ministry and gathered followers to begin with them the journey to the promised land, what did he do?   Read more...

The Mother of the Lord of the Sabbath - Mother Mary Francis, P.C.C.

Our Lady did not have that downward pull that we have, but she still had choices, and she could have wrong ones or right ones.  Read more...

The Nature of Prayer - Father Edward Leen, C.S.SP.

The science of prayer is the science of the intercourse of man with God. Prayer itself is the unfolding of our mind before the most High and in His presence.  Read more...

The Obvious Truth of Purgatory - Pope Benedict XVI

Today people have become used to thinking: what is sin? God is great, he knows us, so sin does not count; in the end God will be kind to us all.   Read more...

The Ordinary Process of Mental Prayer - Father Edward Leen, C.S.SP.

Mental Prayer is an ascent or approach of the mind to God.    Read more...

The Passion and Sacrifice of Being Human - Pope Benedict XVI

It is only by enduring himself, by freeing himself through suffering from the tyranny of egoism, that man finds himself, that he finds his truth, his joy, his happiness.   Read more...

The peace that Christ alone can give - Pope-Emeritus Benedict XVI

Every year in celebrating Easter we relive the experience of the first disciples of Jesus, the experience of the encounter with him risen.   Read more...

The Peace that Passes Understanding - Father Robert Spitzer, S.J.

The Lord has given us a most remarkable gift: the gift of His Spirit who is filled with peace, love, protection, unity, inspiration, truth, and life.   Read more...


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