Living for Others

By J.M. Martín and C. Cavazzoli During the last World Youth Day [2011], Pope Benedict XVI recalled the heritage we have received from preceding generations, and encouraged his listeners to build up, with their strongly Christian lives, a society and a world that would be more human.[1] Each generation should consider what it will leave […]

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Vigilant Listening: A Reflection on St. Josemaria’s Call and Our Own

“A truly prudent person is ever attentive to God’s promptings and, through this vigilant listening, he receives in his soul the promise and reality of salvation: ‘I glorify thee, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, for having hidden these things from the wise and prudent and revealed them to little ones’” (Friends of God, 87). […]

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Our Rebirth in the Spirit | A Homily for Pentecost

“‘The doors were locked,’ but ‘They rejoiced when they saw the Lord.’ The disciples were afraid—afraid of being harmed, insecure about the future. Better not let anybody in. This is how we are at times: Jesus stands knocking at our door and we are barricaded on the inside, afraid of something new, different, or unexpected. […]

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