In a previous post I shared an article that touched on Christian marriage.
Now I’d like to share 10 quotes.
In a previous post I quoted Fr. Michel Rodrigue:
“Your first refuge is also the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary…”
After reading the quote, I began contemplating its meaning.
I heard an incredible conversion story while watching a video of Venerable Fulton Sheen.
It’s about an atheist doctor who was a fall-away Catholic and his Catholic wife.
I was deeply touched by this true story and want to share it with you.
Since tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, I want to share a well-known Scripture passage on love.
Each of us can benefit from reading and contemplating Saint Paul’s famous words below.
Last year I wrote a post about the Holy Rosary.
From May to October 1917, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to three shepherd children in Fátima, Portugal.
“All the true children of God, the predestinate, have God for their Father, and Mary for their Mother.” ~ St. Louis de Montfort
Has your heart ever been broken?
Has your spirit ever been crushed?
We’ve all been there.
We’ve all had an experience, or more than one, that caused us to feel emotional pain.
An experience that made our hearts ache. An experience that made us feel like we were kicked in the stomach and had the wind knocked out of us.
Whether we’ve experienced the loss of a loved one; end of a romantic relationship; betrayal of a significant other, friend or family member; or something similar, we can probably remember how much it hurt.
When we go through painful situations, do we try to deal with them on our own or do we turn to the Lord for help?
When we go through painful situations, do we believe God is somewhere off in the distance or right there with us?