ICWG Weekly Reflections

How We Should Meditate on the Passion

How We Should Meditate on the Passion
We do well then to contemplate Our Lord’s Passion: in our personal meditation, when reading the Gospel, in the sorrowful mysteries of the Holy Rosary, in The Way of the Cross ...

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Personal Contact With God in Prayer

Personal Contact With God in Prayer
During this Lenten period we could perhaps concentrate especially on a scene we contemplate in the Rosary: the agony of Jesus in the Garden.... A Lenten Reflection

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Learning to Forgive Others

Learning to Forgive Others
Following Our Lord closely implies finding, even in the area of tiny contradictions or in the case of more serious injustices, the way to holiness... A Lenten Reflection from Scepter Publishers

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Living With Jesus in Our Ordinary Lives

Living With Jesus in Our Ordinary Lives
Normally Jesus does not show himself to us with any special manifestations. Rather, we have to learn to find Our Lord in what is ordinary, every day, and we must flee from the temptation of ever wanting anything extraordinary.

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The Lord is With Us in Our Temptations

The Lord is With Us in Our Temptations
God is always beside us. Whenever we are confronted with a temptation He says, Be of good cheer, I have overcome the world. And we place all our trust in him because we know we would achieve very little by ourselves.

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