How can you ensure your Advent season is daily filled with holy tradition that leads you and your family to God?
As we begin this annual novena to St. Elizabeth of the Trinity, please be sure to review these intentions daily and to speak them out loud so that we might all, with full devotion and intention, implore the help of St. Elizabeth for our sanctification and the healing of the Church.
Through the intercession of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity, we ask that all members of Apostoli Viae"
Here's a link to the book:
Here's the link to the video of the Friar singing a song of St. Peter of Alcantara
Here's a photo of me in a position that he slept in... yes, he slept sitting up. He was widely criticized for his severe ascetical life. Funny enough, he appeared to St. Teresa of Avila after his death and let...
St. Teresa of Avila - Pray for us that we, by your prayers and inspiration, may come to know Jesus and reveal Him to the world.
Let nothing disturb thee,
Nothing affright thee;
All things are passing,
God never changeth!
Patient endurance attaineth to all things;
Who God possesseth in nothing is wanting;
Alone God sufficeth.
Novena to St. Teresa of Avila
by St. Alphonsus of Liguori - Doctor of the Church
To be prayed by the Apostoli Viae community and all who desire to join us beginning October 7th and ending on October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa. Our prayer in 2022 is for the following intentions:
For the grace of deeper prayer and union for all involved with Apostoli Viae.
For a holy disposition...
On August 26th, Discalced Carmelites and the community of Apostoli Viae celebrate the feast of the Transverberation (or Transpierecing of the Heart) of St. Teresa of Avila, Virgin, Doctor, and Reformer of the Carmelite Order. The transverberation is a mystical grace wherein the Saint’s heart was pierced with a “dart of love” by an angel.
St Teresa describes this experience ...
Thou wilt not leave my soul in hell:
nor wilt Thou give Thy holy one to see corruption.
--Psalm xv. 10
On the third day after Mary's death, when the apostles gathered around her tomb, they found it empty. The sacred body had been carried up to the celestial paradise. Jesus Himself came to conduct her thither; the whole court of heaven came to welcome with songs of triumph the Moth...
The deeper a soul is bound to God, the more completely surrendered to grace, the stronger will be its influence on the form of the church. Conversely, the more an era is engulfed in the night of sin and estrangement from God the more it needs souls united to God.
- St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein)
St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross was born Jewish, lapsed into atheism, and ...
In today's entry in his seminal work, The Liturgical Year, Dom Prosper Gueranger begins,
“John the Baptist has pointed out the Lamb, Peter has firmly fixed His throne, Paul has prepared the Bride...”
We've heard this many times before, but there are no coincidences with God. It is not a coincidence that we just celebrated, on June 23rd, the Birth of St John the Baptist...
The Te Deum is a traditional hymn of joy and thanksgiving. It’s author is unknown, although It is often attributed to Sts. Ambrose, Augustine, or Hilary. It is sung or prayed at the end of the Office of the Readings for the Liturgy of the Hours on Sundays outside of Lent, daily during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter, and on Solemnities and Feast Days. A partial indulgence is granted t...