Category: Holiness

Poustinia

In a profound way you are encountering the world of your soul. You are encountering this environment within you that is more vast than the cosmos. The human heart is huge. Deacon Anthony Ferguson

Be A Vessel

Are we in a position where we actually realize our desperate need for God? Anthony Ferguson

Have a Joyful Hart

I think in Lent, you’ve got to look for those moments of joy and humor amid that desert sense… there’s always joy to be had in Lent. Sarah Hart Check out Sarah Hart’s music at https://www.sarahhart.com.

Are We There Yet?

The stations of the cross are really like a little pilgrimage we can take in our own local church. Just contemplating and reflecting on the journey of Christ in his last moments before he was crucified. Seminarian Kevin Riedel Our Lives as Pilgrimage By Ken White In a typical workweek, I commute to work, run…
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Suffering with Bakhita

If I were to meet the slave-traders who kidnapped me and even those who tortured me, I would kneel and kiss their hands, for if that did not happen, I would not be a Christian and Religious today… The Lord has loved me so much: we must love everyone… we must be compassionate! St. Josephine…
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Livin’ The Ascetical Dream

You are kicking out the crutches that you lean on everyday, so the only thing you can do is fall; and the only person who can pick you up is Our Lord. Andrew Minarik Check out the Exodus 90 program! Want to get started with Exodus 90? Shoot us an email! We’ll try to help…
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The Quiet Game

Be still and know that I am God, and there is emphasis on the ‘I am God’ part, right? Sister Anna Joseph, O.P.

I Will Wait

Joyful anticipation. Oxymoron? We think not. Join Austin, his brother Luke and Seminarian Anthony as they discuss the “advents” in our lives and how to enter into them properly.

Becoming Whole: Feat. Fr. John David

How can I be a good person when I’ve done x, y or z? If we have done something bad, does that make us a bad person? No, but the fact that we can feel that way leads us to recognize that perhaps we desire a deeper sense of wholeness.

What is Reparation? Feat: Fr. John David

Should not the people who sinned be the ones who make reparation? Yes, but understanding the Church as the Body of Christ helps us to understand why it is good to be in the habit of helping to make reparation for our brothers and sisters.