Seven Sundays of Saint Joseph

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Seven Sundays of Saint Joseph

A long-standing tradition in the Church is to prepare for the feast of Saint Joseph on March 19 by dedicating the seven Sundays before it to Saint...

Communication and Mercy

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Communication and Mercy

"How I wish that our own way of communicating may never suggest a prideful and triumphant superiority over an enemy." Message of Pope Francis for 50th...

Five Remedies Against Sadness

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Five Remedies Against Sadness

"Saint Thomas Aquinas suggests five remedies against sadness that have proven surprisingly effective." From a conference given by Carlo de Marchi,...

New Printable Prayer Cards

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New Printable Prayer Cards

New prayer cards are available in pdf format for 10 faithful of Opus Dei whose canonization process has been opened, with the prayer for private...

"It was worth it"

"It was worth it"

Jorge Rojas and Maria Esther Goldsack met at a university in Chile, and have been married for 41 years. They reflect on what's helped them to keep...

Message of the day

"Sanctification is the work of a lifetime"

"Conversion is the task of a moment; sanctification is the work of a lifetime. The divine seed of charity, which God has sown in our souls, wants to grow, to express itself in action, to yield results which continually coincide with what God wants. Therefore, we must be ready to begin again, to find again — in new situations — the light and the stimulus of our first conversion. And that is why we must prepare with a deep examination of conscience, asking our Lord for his help, so that we'll know him and ...

...ourselves better. If we want to be converted again, there's no other way." (Christ Is Passing By, 58, 9)

The power of God is made manifest in our weakness and it spurs us on to fight, to battle against our defects, although we know that we will never achieve total victory during our pilgrimage on earth. The Christian life is a continuous beginning again each day. It renews itself over and over.

(Christ Is Passing By, 114, 2)

Forward, no matter...

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