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"...one cannot become wholly man in any other way than by being loved, by letting oneself be loved."

- Pope Benedict XVI

 

The Love That Made Mother Teresa

By Way of Love - David Scott

"Part biography and part spiritual reading, these pages bring to light little-known stories from Mother Teresa's life that will help you to grow in your love of God."

Mother Teresa's Long Dark Night - David Scott

For more than fifty years following her initial visions and locutions, Mother Teresa was wrapped in a dark, pitiless silence.



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10 Tips for a Good Confession - Father Ed Bloom

To make a good confession demands prior preparation. The better the prior preparation, the more abundant the graces and the more overflowing the river of peace in your soul. Read more...

Where Is the Virtue? - Anthony Esolen

Our culture has become soft. We suppose that sex is too trivial to require virtue, yet we also believe it is so significant that to suggest any restraint upon its consensual exercise is an affront to the most important fount of human dignity. Read more...

Introduction - Brant Pitre

"This book will change you. It is an invitation to the Messiah's wedding feast — and a foretaste of heaven.  It will change the way you experience the sacraments, personal prayer, Scripture study, and marriage.  Most of all, it will deepen your love for Christ." - Scott Hahn Read more...

Walking with the Lord - Father George W. Rutler

Walking with our Lord in these days requires faith and reason. Read more...

A free speech crisis on campus - Rex Murphy

Universities are supposed to be bold, confident, courageous institutions, whose biggest duty to their students is to expand the range and depth of their ideas, not confirm their prejudices. Read more...

"Are You Saved?" If Only! - Tim Staples

"Do you know you're saved so that if you were to die right now, heaven would be absolutely certain for you?" This "all-important" question is designed to bait Catholics into an ambush. Read more...

The first harm is the biggest harm - Michael Cook

A bioethics expert argues that laws ensuring that every child knows its mother and father are unethical. Read more...

Progress in Mental Prayer: Its Effect on Method - Father Edward Leen, C.S.SP.

There are certain movements of will and intellect which should interpenetrate all our relations with God in much the same way as a fundamental theme runs through all the figures of a piece of music. Read more...

By Way of Love - David Scott

"Part biography and part spiritual reading, these pages bring to light little-known stories from Mother Teresa's life that will help you to grow in your love of God." Read more...

The Lord of History - Father George W. Rutler

Today was a crowded date in history. Read more...


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Talks of sanctions; victims' groups call for action.

The Christian Life is a Constant Battle Against Evil, Pope Reflects - aleteia
"The devil is here…even in the 21st century! And we mustn't be naïve, right? We must learn from the Gospel how to fight against Satan."





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