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Devotion to Our Lady of Sorrows

Meditation on the Seven Sorrows of Our Lady is a way of sharing in the sorrows of Mary’s life. There are seven sorrows of Mary. The prophecy of Simeon The flight into Egypt Losing Jesus for three days when he was in the Temple Meeting Jesus on his way to Calvary Jesus' crucifixion and death Jesus' being taken down from the Cross Jesus being laid in the Tomb ...

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The Degrees of Perfection - St. John of the Cross

A concise summary of St. John of the Cross that reveals the path to union with God.

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The Redemptive Examen

The Examen is a prayerful reflection of the state of our soul, during the course of each day, in the presence of God. (Note: The Examen is not an examination of conscience, which can be found here.) This effective tool has been a constant in Church tradition but has become much more common through the practical framework of St. Ignatius of Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises. It is a powerful he...

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How to Gain Indulgences in Lent

Four ways to gain a plenary indulgence every day can make this Lent a time of profound spiritual growth.

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Unequally Yoked - The Pain of Marriage When Spouses are Not Spiritually on the Same Page

What happens when a husband and wife are not on the same page spiritually? This can present significant challenges in a marriage that require Divine wisdom to overcome.

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Lenten Preparation - Making Giving Right for Lent

How do I deal with almsgiving and giving in general during and even after lent?

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Septuagesima Sunday - Coming on January 31st - 2021 - Are You Getting Ready to Get Ready for Lent?

Find out how to better prepare for and know the fullness of the graces of Lent through the timeless tradition of the Gesima Sundays.

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Is it God's will for me to receive the Covid vaccine?

Is it God's will for me to receive the covid vaccine?

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The Surrender Novena

The Surrender Novena was given to Servant of God, Father Dolindo Ruotolo, a priest, mystic, and stigmatist who was a contemporary of Padre Pio, but who was far less well known. In fact, when Padre Pio met people who came to him from Naples, where Father Dolindo lived, he chastised them, saying, “Why do you come here, if you have Don Dolindo in Naples? Go to him, he’s a saint!”...

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