I finished reading Lumen Fidei a couple days ago and I really enjoyed it. Pope Francis’ and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s encyclical was a well-articulated diagnosis of the state of faith in the world, today. Maybe at some point I will write more about it, but for now I will just put down my highlights and […]
Short written pieces by modern writers that add color and depth in my journey to God.
If you don’t have the time to read Pope Francis’ new encyclical, then here are the Cliff Notes: http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/1302923.htm?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
This is a sermon given by St. Gregory the Great (a.k.a Pope Gregory I, 540-604) on the Memorial for St. Thomas the Apostle (which happens to be today, this year). St. Gregory is a Doctor of the Church and was proclaimed a saint by popular acclaim after his death. Even the Protestant reformer John Calvin […]
The man who is filled with the Holy Spirit speaks in different languages. These different languages are different ways of witnessing to Christ, such as humility, poverty, patience and obedience; we speak in those languages when we reveal in ourselves these virtues to others. Actions speak louder than words; let your words teach and your […]
I read something today from Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s book, “Life of Christ,” that was so good, so insightful, that I had to put the book down. It was a reflection on John, Chapter 3. I’m not sure why his words cut me so deep. It was probably because it was so counter-intuitive. We normally perceive […]