ICWG Weekly Reflections

Ash Wednesday Reflection

Ash Wednesday Reflection
We are at the beginning of Lent, a time of penance and interior renewal to enable us to prepare for Easter. The Church’s liturgy unceasingly invites us to purify our souls and to begin again.

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The Catholic Church's Treasures

The Catholic Church's Treasures
It is a treasure that each generation receives from the hands of the Church. She keeps it faithfully under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and has authority to give an authentic interpretation of it.

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The Natural and Ordinary Path to Holiness

The Natural and Ordinary Path to Holiness
Living in society makes it easier for us to obtain the material and spiritual means that we need in order to develop our human and supernatural life. Living with others gives rise to many advantages and benefits, but also to obligations whatever the environment we happen to inhabit.

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The Sick: God's Favored Children

The Sick: God's Favored Children
Our Lord always showed enormous compassion towards the sick. He revealed himself to the disciples who had been sent to him by John the Baptist by drawing their attention to what they had seen and heard.

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3rd Wk Ord: the Light That Shines in the Darkness

3rd Wk Ord: the Light That Shines in the Darkness
Like a newly-risen sun, Jesus brings the radiance of truth to the world, and a supernatural clarity to minds which no longer want to remain in a state of darkness, ignorance and error...

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