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Trusting in God

Divina_Misericordia_(Eugeniusz_Kazimirowski,_1934)
From my morning reading: May people today claim to love Jesus and call themselves Catholic, but they neither trust in Jesus nor in his Church. This is why I believe he wanted the specific phrase — Jesus, I trust in you — on the bottom of...
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Praying with Mary from Pope Francis

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A Mary Moment Monday post Found this over at Father Z’s as I was putzing around the internet, checking out what Pope Francis has said about Mary. Mother of the silence that preserves the mystery of God, deliver us from the idolatry of the present,...
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Ignatius of Loyola on Suffering

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If God gives you an abundant harvest of trials, it is a sign of great holiness which He desires you to attain. Do you want to become a great saint? Ask God to send you many sufferings. The flame of Divine Love never rises higher...
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On not allowing guilt to fester

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This struck me from my morning reading of Jesus of Nazareth, and I thought I’d share it here. The point is this: guilt must not be allowed to fester in the silence of the soul, poisoning it from within. It needs to be confessed. Through confession,...
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May Lent Inspire the Fire Within

a thought for lent
Ash Wednesday always has an effect on me. It’s not just my struggle with fasting, but also my struggle with authority. I wanna do it my way. I wanna just go along, be happy and comfortable and unencumbered. The thing is, being comfortable and unencumbered usually aren’t...
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A Bit of Daybooking

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Outside my window: It’s dark, because it’s night. Waaaaay past my bedtime, in fact. Usually I have a “no computer” rule after dinner, but that’s been sliding in the last few months and today’s been full. I just finished this great book and I can’t...
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Finding Christ in the People Around Us

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A Mary Moment Monday post As I’ve struggled over the last week with vacation hangover and a state of vomitorium and a general inability to keep focused, I found myself looking at the people around me (all smaller than me, very demanding, and my main...
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