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Path to healing and hope
“To do penance is to bewail the evil we have done, and to do no evil to bewail.”
-Pope St. Gregory I
Saint Joseph and Friends: Our Lenten Helpers
As the feast of Saint Joseph arrives, several weeks of Lent have passed. At this point, our Lenten efforts toward prayer, fasting, and almsgiving may be beginning to pale. Now could be the perfect time to focus on some sterling qualities of Jesus’ earthly father as they relate to these traditional Lenten practices. We may find therein some fresh ideas to carry us spiritually through the remainder of Lent.
Resentment and Forgiveness When Dealing With Miscarriage and Infertility
is not unusual for a woman to experience a variety of negative emotions about her body when being unable to become pregnant or carry a baby to term. Her mind will be bombarded with thoughts and emotions trying to understand her current situation. However, two particular feelings can lurk and can easily weigh her down and make her heart heavy.
Give your crosses to Jesus
“Apart from the cross, there is no other ladder by which we may get to heaven.”
-St. Rose of Lima
“There are ways of being crucified that do not involve rough wood or heavy nails, but a love beyond our capacity to love, which means a love that has been given to us by God…”
-Servant of God Catherine Doherty
Is your life focused on God?
"I am not capable of doing big things, but I want to do everything, even the smallest things, for the greater glory of God."
- St. Dominic Savio
Father of all the wretched
"But his deeds I think you know better than I could tell you; for, as is read in his Passion, no one doubts that, rising every night from his noble bed, with bare feet and only one chamberlain, he went around to God's churches and gave alms generously to widows, orphans, those in prison and afflicted by every difficulty, so much so that he was considered, not a prince, but the father of all the wretched."
-Cosmas of Prague (About St. Wenceslaus)
What's a Blue Domer?
It is not enough to give soup and bread
"You will find out that Charity is a heavy burden to carry, heavier than the kettle of soup and the full basket. But you will keep your gentleness and your smile. It is not enough to give soup and bread. This the rich can do. You are the servant of the poor, always smiling and good-humored. They are your masters, terribly sensitive and exacting master you will see. And the uglier and the dirtier they will be, the more unjust and insulting, the more love you must give them. It is only for your love alone that the poor will forgive you the bread you give to them."
-St. Vincent de Paul
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