Source: Bishop Robert Barron via YouTube.com Friends, our first reading for this Sunday is about a battle between Israel and the Amalekites. To many of us today, this appears to be either an irrelevancy of history or an outrageous story about God sanctioning genocide. But Origen of Alexandria helps us […]
Where Globalism Ends and Satanism Begins
Source: TheRemnantVideo via YouTube. Quote: “We have seen more fortitude and resistance to the satanic evil of the globalists from men and women who drive trucks than we have seen from many men who wear miters.” In this Sunday Sermon from South Saint Paul, Father discusses the Biblical account of […]
Kirie, Eleison! – Maria Coman
Source: Trinitas TV via YouTube O rugăciune din inimă pentru creștinii “răstigniti” în lume în zilele noastre! Kirie, eleison! (Κύριε, ἐλέησον!) – Doamne, miluiește! Interpretează Maria Coman. #PrayforChristiansAroundTheWorld Header image: Trinitas TV via YouTube
Ave María en hebreo | Hail Mary in Hebrew
Source: Harpa Dei via YouTube Una composición propia del Ave María en hebreo.El video fue filmado en la Capilla de Nuestra Señora, ubicada en la nave derecha de la Iglesia de la archiabadía benedictina Beuron; un lugar que apreciamos de forma especial y que presenta las joyas del arte beuronense. […]
“Straight to Heaven” Prayer – Fr. Mark Goring, CC
Source: Fr. Mark Goring via YouTube Prayer of Daily Neglects 🙏🏼❤️“Eternal Father, I offer Thee the Sacred Heart of Jesus, with all its love, all its sufferings and all its merits. First — To expiate all the sins I have committed this day and during all my life. Glory be […]
Why do we get ATTACKED BY BAD THOUGHTS when we begin to pray?
Source: Mull Monastery via YouTube Temptations against prayer will come from the devil, from the world and from our own passions. Prayer by night is a spiritual treasure and, like all treasures, it is difficult and dangerous to approach. Fr Seraphim Aldea from Mull Monastery – the Orthodox Monastery of […]
Does Prayer Even Work?
When I first became a Christian, and then a Catholic, prayer was one of those things that came with a lot of questions. How do I do it? Why should I do it? What does it do? What should I expect? And I think a lot of those questions can easily persist for people well into their spiritual journeys.
Reflection: Meeting in Groups
We can often be impressed by numbers, and that is true even within the context of the church. We look to see how many are coming to Mass or how many are signing up to this parish event or to that parish ministry. Jesus’ way of looking at things is somewhat different to ours. Numbers did not seem to be an issue for him.