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The Divine Mercy Novena

As we enter into the Easter Triduum, we become immersed in the deepest mysteries of our Faith: the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, which is the culmination of Jesus’ revelation of the love of the Father and the great Mercy of God. Gloriously, then, we also begin preparing ourselves even now for the great Feast of Divine Mercy, celebrated on the Second Sunday of Easter, a...

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Septuagesima Sunday - Coming on February 17th - 2019 - Are You Getting 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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A Gathering and an Encounter with the Wisdom of St. Ignatius

Earlier this month, along with more than two hundred faithful at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Washington, DC, I was blessed to attend an evening of reflection...

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Should I Seek "Balance" in the Spiritual Life?

Some insist that we must be balanced in our lives and especially in our spiritual commitments - is this a healthy perspective?

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Firelight Silent Retreat - Young Adults and College Students

Kristin Aebli, Maggie Herd, and I were blessed to put on a silent retreat for Alabama Young Adults and College Students at the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, Alabama. Yes, that is a rainbow in the background on the right side of the featured photo. The focus of the retreat was on forgiveness - both receiving God's forgiveness and then offering it to those who have hu...

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A Beautiful Investiture - Bishop Olmsted and Claire Dwyer

Claire Dwyer was doubly blessed by her recent investiture into Apostoli Viae. The reason is that the ceremony was presided over by one of the holiest Bishops in the United States, Bishop Olmsted of Phoenix. We are not able to attend all remote ceremonies but in this case, Stephanie was in Phoenix at the National Convention of Vocation Directors talking with them about our High Calling semina...

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Should I pursue balance in my spiritual life?

It is common for those who are fervent to be criticized for their energetic love of the faith. Should that fervor be tempered?

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The Lord is Compassion and Love

Many believe that the God of the Old Testament is a God of wrath and the God of the New Testament is a God of mercy. Nothing could be further from the truth. The God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament are One. Our God has always been a God of mercy.

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What is the Perspective of Apostoli Viae on Sacred Music and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass?

The view and teaching of Apostoli Viae on sacred music is simply put, the view and teaching of the Church. Fr. Cassian Folsom provided a reflection that perfectly reflects our perspective.

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The Birth of the Word is the Birth of Christian Prayer

By Dr. Anthony Lilles With the Word of the Father, the words of Christian prayer are born from the Virgin’s Womb. Such was the mystery of prayer learned first by the One who Believed as she felt Him ready to enter the world. It is not seized by force or mastered by practice. The result always exceeds expectation but can never be calculated. This prayer can only be welcomed as a gift an...

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