The parents’ mission to educate their children in the faith stems from the sacraments. When they teach the faith at home, it is the Church that is teaching. Their home is the domestic Church.
The acclamations and blessings that fill the liturgy for Trinity Sunday, both in the Mass and Liturgy of the Hours, urge us to give voice to our praise: Blessed be the most holy Trinity! Praise to You! Glory be to You! How do we enter into this praise with more than our lips?
Are we as aware as the first Christians were of the Spirit dwelling within us? Do we need to learn to perceive what was so obvious to them? What evidence is there that God abides in us and we in Him?
In this interview, the St. Josemaria Institute speaks with Joe who shares how the St. Josemaria Apostolate of Evangelization began and is growing beyond their hopes and expectations!
Let us give thanks to God for giving us this new season of Easter and spring to fill us once again with hope and a personal desire for holiness!
In the spiritual life we have to reckon with a unique “balance of power” between what God can do and what we can do.
Pope St John Paul II in his 1980 encyclical letter “On The Mercy of God,” Dives In Misericordia, observed that modern man is uncomfortable with the idea of mercy.