Sharing a passage from a new title, The Litany of Loreto: How it Came to Be by Maureen Mullins. We've abridged the first chapter of the book, which provides a history of litanies and specifically the history of the Litany of Loreto.
This past Sunday we celebrated Mother's Day AND the World Day of Prayer for Vocations. With that in mind, we're sharing an excerpt from Chapter 4 ofHe Calls, We Answer: St. Josemaria Escriva on Vocation
During the month of May, we will be sharing different passages from some of our books about Our Lady.This passage is from the beginning of St. Josemaria Escriva's homily To Jesus through Mary, which can be found in Christ is Passing By.
In five weeks we will celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit - Pentecost. And while we are still focused on the great joy of the Lord’s Resurrection, this can also be a good moment to begin preparing for the Holy Spirit’s arrival on Pentecost. Here are some resources to assist you in that journey.
During Easter week we read a complete account of the appearances of the risen Savior and once again consider the proofs on which our faith rests. All our dogmas would be mere hypotheses and our hopes mere illusions if we were not certain of the fact that Jesus Christ rose from the dead. Having established this fact, the liturgy goes on to tell us that we must now live by this belief.
The Lord has indeed risen, alleluia. Glory and kingship be his for ever and ever. Sharing some words to guide your prayer and this holiest of days - Easter Sunday. The excerpt comes from In Conversation with God.