Tag : Matthew 17:14-23

Written on Aug, 26, 2019 by in | Leave a comment

We need to be faithful in the work to which we have been called. We need to resist the temptation to substitute theology or history, liturgy or ascetical struggle for a clear and convincing proclamation and demonstration of God’s love.

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Written on Aug, 06, 2018 by in | Leave a comment

Today God calls us to be men and women of intense prayer. Not only the formal prayer found in books but the quiet prayer of the heart.

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Written on Aug, 13, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

Reconciliation requires with those who’ve hurt me or to help others be reconciled to Christ and the Church can only happen if I see a least faint glimmer of goodness in the person. If I can’t see at least “the silhouette of virtue” in them,

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Written on Aug, 08, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Whatever the failures or successes of our earthly fathers—biological or spiritual—we have a Father in Heaven Who waits patiently and in love to receive us, ever eager to reveal His love and affection for us, to forgive us our sin and to heal us from all that binds us. To borrow from St Herman of Alaska whose memory we celebrate today, “let us make a vow to ourselves, that from this day, from this hour, from this very moment, we shall strive above all else to love God and to fulfill His Holy Will!”

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