By becoming man, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity was able to teach us perfect virtue not only through a law but also through the example of His human words and actions, especially in His Paschal mystery.
It is proper to spousal love that there be a mutual and total self-giving of the partners to each other, as St. Paul says in Ephesians 5:25–27: “Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her, that he might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water
Download Audio FileEn el Evangelio que se nos presenta hoy, los hijos de Zebedeo no saben lo que están pidiendo. Su forma de pensar evoca el modo en que los gentiles gobiernan, con privilegios reales y honores. Pero el camino al reino de Cristo es por la vía de su cruz. Para compartir su gloria,
Download Audio FileThe sons of Zebedee hardly know what they’re asking in today’s Gospel. They are thinking in terms of how the Gentiles rule, of royal privileges and honors. But the road to Christ’s kingdom is by way of His cross. To share in His glory, we must be willing to drink the cup that
The teachings of Teresa of Avila are a vital source of wisdom for many who seek a deeper life of prayer. EWTN’s Daniel Burke, founder of the Avila Institute, often provides testimony how the teachings of this Doctor of the Church guided him through the shallows of Quietism and into the discipline of authentic contemplation.
Registration is free for students. For your student code, contact the Tulane Catholic Center at Catholic@tulane.edu or 504-866-0984. The Tulane Catholic Center will host Scott Hahn on Friday, January 25, 2019 for an evening presentation on one of the most fundamental aspects of Christian doctrine: the creed. Learn what we’re really saying when we profess the creed every
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Friday, January 25, 2019 The Tulane Catholic Center will host Scott Hahn on Friday, January 25, 2019 for an evening presentation on one of the most fundamental aspects of Christian doctrine: the creed. Learn what we’re really saying when we profess the creed every week at Mass and discover the battles the Church has waged
I feel sure that your Majesty is aware that I persevere in recommending you to our Lord in my poor prayers. And although, considering what a wretched creature I am, it is rendering you but little service, yet I do you some good by inciting the Discalced nuns to pray for you, as I know
JESUS, MARY! On reading the challenge, we thought we could not brace ourselves to encounter in the field such mettlesome and puissant knights. For no doubt they would conquer us and leave us rifled of all our goods—we might even be so daunted as to leave undone the little that was in our power. Therefore
JESUS! May the Holy Spirit be with you! I have made this journey with a very heavy heart, for I deeply regretted leaving Valladolid after receiving a letter from his Lordship the Bishop stating that you were undergoing a severe trial, although not explaining what it was. Had it not come on the eve of