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Rome: Confessions, Truths and Carpe Diem!

Confession: I feel a little guilty for taking nine days off during the school year.

Truth: But not enough that I wouldn’t seize this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to Rome. 876 more words

Benedictine Spirituality

Spiritual Warfare Meditation Minute 

Using Sacramentals As Weapons In Spiritual Warfare

The Catechism of the Catholic Church describes Sacramentals as Sacred signs that bear a resemblance to the sacraments.They signify effects especially of a spiritual kind,that are obtained through the Church’s intercession.Through Sacramentals,we are disposed to receive the primary effects of the sacraments,and they make holy various ocassions in life.(CCC 1667) 612 more words


The Catholic Worker - 'An Organic Community, Grounded In The Liturgy'


Virgil Michel, Benedictine Co-Worker of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin: Justice Embodied In Christ-Life And Liturgy

FEBRUARY 1, 2000 BY MARK AND LOUISE ZWICK (Casa Juan Diego, Houston, TX) 6,451 more words

God at work

Morning Offering.

OCTOBER 4, 2017

“You change your life by changing your heart.”
— St. Benedict of Nursia


“Imagine yourself as a living house. 139 more words

C. S. Lewis

Dorothy Day, Benedictine Oblate, St. Procopius Abbey, Lisle, IL

Monday, November 11, 1940. Fr. Luke from Lisle (Ill.) St. Procopius (Abbey) picked me up for meeting there. Bohemian Benedictines. Magnificent work. They certainly follow Christ in poverty, hard work. 107 more words

Bishop Barron Vid: 'The Cave-Dwelling Kid Who Changed the World'

Part 2 of my current film commentary isn’t quite ready yet, so I thought I’d share another treat from Bishop Barron. :)


St. Benedict's

Steven and I ended up at St. Benedict’s by chance the morning of June 11, 2017.  That is, we’d hoped to attend ten o’clock Mass at Immaculate Heart of Mary in Harlingen and had even shown up early.   1,158 more words

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