God has the power to change you from the inside out.
We all have things that we struggle with and things that seem to overwhelm us. As a result of this, we often feel lost and don’t know what direction we’re supposed to go in. What we often forget is that
Since everything is possible for God, you can experience miracles in your life when you invite God to intervene – even in situations that seem impossible. But too often, people neglect to ask God for miracles in their lives, and end up settling for far less than God’s best for
Things happen that challenge our faith. Questions arise and cause us to wrestle with what we believe. Wrestling with your faith isn’t a sign of weakness, but evidence of your humanity. The men and women in the Bible show us this.
Don’t be surprised when your faith is challenged to a
Here are two signs that God might be trying to tell you something very important.
1.In the Fire: You probably know that gold becomes more valuable the more it is passed through the fire. That’s because the fire burns away everything that is not gold, and so in the same way, God
There are many prayers you’ve said in your life that apparently go unanswered; at least you do not get exactly what you want, how you want and when you want it. And you sometimes wonder, “What is wrong?”, “Why can’t i get an answer to my prayers?”
Sometimes it means you
In my experience I've found there a lot of reasons why many "Christians" are not really Christians and many than I imagine have wrestled with their consciences over this. While few have been able to own up, many have found the smooth way out...LIVE IN DELUSIONS.
So here is why you
Magnificat's reflections on the saint will enrich your understanding of his Gospel
The art collector Charles Saatchi has been writing a series of articles in the Telegraph on great paintings. Very informative about the artist’s life and the inspiration behind the paintings, the articles have been thought-provoking to read. On October
The celibacy of the priesthood is one of the great signs of contradiction in our time. Our culture stares at it in blank incomprehension, and on that blank it projects numerous fantasies to try to explain it.
So we are told that St. Paul both absolutely forbade celibacy as a mark
It is a well-known fact that people start to tense up when the Church begins teaching about that most sacred thing we keep in our pants. I speak, of course, of our wallets.
And not, by the way, just us laypeople. Almost every priest I have ever known absolutely dreads having
All who die in God's grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified, are indeed assured of their eternal salvation; but after death they undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven. (Catechism of the Catholic Church - #1030)
Few doctrines of the Catholic faith are