Let’s call this “odds and ends in the world of Mary” — and of course, that of Jesus. Did you.
The other day, the news aggregate Drudge Report spun its siren over the halcyon money-making time we live in —.
What will you look like when you see your soul as God does? A key question, there. While a good.
It’s intriguing — what happens, in some cases, when one spells a word backwards. We’ve often cited the word “evil”:.
Is the sky speaking to us? “These images were taken at Our Lady’s Farm in Falmouth, Kentucky, during special prayer.
The Bible is full of surprises — vastly too many to list or even synopsize. In reading it from cover.
Have you ever noticed that some of the greatest trials (and most intense attacks) come through members of the family?.
The other day there was the news item: how despite advances in medicine, lifespans around the world are of late.
Among the countless lessons of John Paul II was the ease with which the Holy Spirit operates when we have.
We have reported the remarkable account of Dr. Chauncey Crandall, a prominent cardiologist from South Florida who made headlines a.
Where we are currently stationed, in northeastern Florida, about five miles from the ocean, with Hurricane Dorian out there —.
So many things always to learn and re-learn (for how fast we forget!). Particularly, we learn from saints: St. Ignatius.
Advice of the week: don’t gulp down life. Strange little piece of advice, at that, isn’t it? But it’s also.
This is the summer season — the height of it — and there are also seasons of life. What season.
Might there be a “curse” operating in your life? This can happen in a variety of ways — many unnoticed..
From a viewer, Frank Denke: “This is from my notes at a lecture on things to “watch out for” in.
If there are problems in your life — spiritual ones — the question for you may be: Have you taken.
Are you always in a hurry? Are you impatient for something to happen, something you’ve prayed about? Are you confused.
From The Gospel Coalition: At age 29, John Stott was overwhelmed with his ministry responsibilities as rector of All Souls.
This summer it’s fifty years since man first touched down on the moon, which was followed, of course, by subsequent.
Maybe it’s because, as they say, nature is “God’s first temple,” but I keep having interesting kayak experiences in His.
I’ve kayaked in Florida for about fourteen years and in that time, as one who does it to view wildlife,.
“Life has no remote,” says a church billboard. “Get up and change it yourself.” Perhaps you’ve seen that epigram. So this.
This is where Jesus went: from the darkest and most painful situation any human could face to Resurrection in total.
“Where there is no prayer and fasting,” intoned a modern ascetic named Theophan the Recluse, “there are demons.” Where there is.
Why does Lent — the temptation of Jesus, His most intense spiritual warfare — take place on a desert? For that.
Many are those who come to us at this time with problems that involve evil. I’m speaking about both generic.
It’s never too late to recover whatever you need to recover. It is never too late to rise above mistakes.
True freedom can come only in the wake of truth. “The truth,” we recall Jesus saying, “will set you free” (John.