ICWG Weekly Reflections

A Christian Outlook on Death

A Christian Outlook on Death
Death can teach us many things about life. The consideration of death will inspire us to live with only what we need, to be detached from the things we own and use, to respect the lasting merit of our good works.

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How to Be Generous Even When Our Efforts Seem in Vain

How to Be Generous Even When Our Efforts Seem in Vain
We have to be generous without expecting any reward in return. We should give ourselves completely in the apostolate, in almsgiving, in works of mercy, without looking for compensation.

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Want to Know the Full Meaning of Life? Look to Heaven

Want to Know the Full Meaning of Life? Look to Heaven
When we look at God with eyes of faith, then we will be able to understand the eternal truths: historical events and events in our lives will take on a new meaning; pain and suffering will become comprehensible; our work will acquire a transcendental significance as an offering made to God.

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The Power of Prayer

The Power of Prayer
The texts of today’s liturgy focus our attention on the power of trusting and persevering prayer to reach the mind of God. In the Gospel passage St Luke prefaces the parable with an explanation of Christ’s intent

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How to Ask God for Something

How to Ask God for Something
When we ask for our daily bread we are acknowledging the fact that our entire existence depends on God. The Lord wants us to ask the Father for whatever we need. As a consequence, we are constantly reminding ourselves that we are children who depend entirely on our Father God.

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