Tag: St. Josemaría Escrivá

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The Mind of Little Children

The Holy Innocents and our Lady teach us that only with the humility and sincerity of little children can we approach our loving Father.

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Forms of Private Prayer

Formal prayers are recited in public prayer, but not privately. Blessed Newman explains how these forms, some of them ancient, can aid personal devotion.

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Guardian Angel

Newman reminds us the importance of our guardian angel, the brother of our soul.

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Backwards to Heaven

As God’s children we advance to the truth by experience of error; we succeed through failures. We seem to be walking to heaven backwards but indeed advance.

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Pope Francis’ Visit to America

From the earliest time of Christianity the pope, a term derived from the Greek word for “father,” was regarded with great love and reverence by

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St. John Chrysostom’s Death

Banished from Constantinople through the instigation of his enemies St. John Chrysostom had arrived in Cucusus in the autumn. He survived the hardship of travel

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