Monthly Archives: August 2011

Let’s not feel guilty if we’re not

  WHEN God created the world He commanded each tree to bear fruit after its kind; and even so He bids Christians,—the living trees of His Church,—to bring forth fruits of devotion, each one according to his kind and vocation. … Continue reading

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Spiritual Health Food

“Because man’s spiritual disease had become such that it appeared to be incurable by the ordinary methods of divine dispensation, there came that humble Physician, found the patient prostrate, and shared in man’s frail nature, calling him to be partaker … Continue reading

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“Being unable to cure death, wretchedness and ignorance, men have decided, in order to be happy, not to think about such things.” Blaise Pascal. Penses    

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