This is the last post in my series about Fr. Michel Rodrigue (for now).
In this post I’ll share his messages for temporal and spiritual preparation. I also added my own words in brackets to provide more information.
I wasn’t planning to post today. Those who follow my blog know that I normally post on Thursday.
I planned to be in another country this week attending a special retreat.
I was preparing for the trip for weeks but was forced to cancel last minute because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This experience and the current global situation prompted me to write this post.
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel is one of my favorite hymns.
Since we’re in the season of Advent, and approaching its end, I’d like to share the origin and meaning of this hymn.
In my previous post I explained the Sacrament of Confession by using information from the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
The purpose of Part I was to describe the theology of the sacrament.
The purpose of Part II is to provide tools and guidance for participating in it.
After reading this post, I hope you feel excited to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation!
In this post I’ll focus on:
In my previous post I listed the five newest saints of the Catholic Church.
These holy men and women, and all the saints, are meant to serve as models for us. They point to our Creator and our ultimate home: heaven.
In honor of the recent canonizations, I’d like to share 10 quotes on heaven.
(And at the end of the post, I have a request for you!)