The Sorrowful Mysteries, traditionally prayed on Tuesday and Friday year-round, are a familiar element of Our Lady’s rosary. During the solemn season of Lent, however, the Sorrowful Mysteries in particular take on a deeper, more spiritually challenging significance – making them an even more valuable tool for our Lenten prayer and contemplation.
“Lent is a time of going very deeply into ourselves…
What is it that stands between us and God? Between us and our brothers and sisters? Between us and life, the life of the Spirit? Whatever it is,
let us relentlessly tear it out, without a moment’s hesitation.”
Lent is a time for deep reflection. Take time today to pray and ponder through Catherine Doherty’s questions above and journal your insights.
A court has ruled against restoring the medical license of Steven Chase Brigham, a notorious late-term abortionist who operated a clinic where the bodies of over 30 babies, one as old as 33 weeks, were found in a freezer.
The Women of Grace New Age Q&A Blog gets a lot of repetitious email, but one of the most common is about psychics and mediums who knew intimate details about their lives and relationships. They all ask the same question – “How could this be?”
“God never tires of forgiving us;
we are the ones who tire of seeking His mercy.”
Do you hold onto unforgiveness toward yourself or others? Ponder this quote from Pope Francis. If there is an area for which you are lacking forgiveness, submit it to God’s ocean of mercy and forgiveness.
Women beware! The party that claims to be all about women’s rights has introduced a bill known as “The Equality Act” which will make “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” protected classes under federal rights law. While it might sound good on paper, enforcement of this law will actually rob women and many other Americans of the liberties they hold dear.