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Second Sunday of Advent 'A' Homily – Part 2
Dec 10, 2016 | Advent, charity, conversion, faith, Holy Spirit, hope, Jesus, love, mercy, Messiah, mission, repentance, salvation, Second Coming
John the Baptist On this Second Sunday of the New Church Year, John the Baptist stands before the ages and us in Chapter 3 of St. Matthew. He shouts out an invitation to repentance. He warns of impending judgment. He exhorts us to find security only int the Lord himself, not in superficial religious identity and external observances:For God can raise up children of
Some Aspects of Independence Day - July 4th, Civil Religious Liberty, & Authentic Christian Freedom – Part 2
Sep 26, 2016 | American society, authentic Christian freedom, freedom, God's Kingdom, human dignity, human happiness, Independence Day, Jesus, justice, liberty, mutual respect, reflections, religious liberty, talk, truth
Under grace, we Catholic-Christians strive for a deeper development of our human personality in the lights of both reason and revelation (rational thinking and God's Word). We Catholics believe that our human DESTINY has been revealed as GOD ALONE. 'We have no purely natural destiny!' That is our Catholic theological conclusion from the collective data of sacred scripture.
General Chapter - Monday, May 4
May 06, 2015 | Christ, conferences, General Chapter, Interior Castle, Jesus, Marian, Mary, OCDS, recollection, silence, St. Paul, St. Teresa
The theme of the Chapter, which may become the title of the capitular document, is "Es tiempo de caminar"--or "It is time to walk," a phrase taken from The Interior Castle (see Dwelling Places 4, Chapter 3, Paragraph 2). Well, that's appropriate: 4 . . . 3 . . . 2 . . . walk. Yes, it is time