St. Paul reminds us that our time on earth is short. What is earthly is passing. The time given to each of us is precious. How can we use it well?
The young Samuel discovers that the Lord wants to speak to him. God wants to speak to you, too. But we need to listen. How?
In His Baptism, Jesus begins His open battle against “the world” and its ruler, Satan. As Christians we are in this battle also. By faith in Jesus, we can be victorious.
The Epiphany highlights a critical and vulnerable moment in the great spiritual battle that we all are in. In St. Joseph we see God’s surprising strategy that we can all learn from.
In these times that we are living, where our faith is under attack, her heart is a fortress where we can take refuge. Consecration to her Immaculate Heart is an effective way to do this.
Families today face so many challenges. They are under attack. St. Joseph helps us to discover a simple, powerful help: the grace of silent prayer together as a family.
Christmas this year has been especially hard. Like in a time of war, because it is a war. Jesus is the new David, born to lead His people to liberation from evil.
Mary shows us the most effective path for helping our world. And it is available to you. “Be it done to me according to Your Word.”
By accepting the prophetic word of God, the Holy Spirit can lead you to the Eternal, Infinite Joy that Jesus calls you to.
Fr. John Mary emphasizes the importance for being ready for the New Advent, Judgement Day and the newly created Jerusalem, the Church, with waited patience and anticipation. Now is a preparation period of mercy and conversion.