Meditations

Advent

Advent Concretely, Advent emerged between the fourth  and fifth centuries as a preparation for Christmas, synthesizing the long anticipation of  the good Jews for the coming of the Messiah. The expectation of a great  mystical-religious event calls for an attitude of penance. Your name on Mary’s Immaculate Heart. Click here. Therefore, the centuries prior to […]

The Holy Rosary – Efficacious Weapon against God’s Enemies

Among the means within our reach for confronting the crisis of the contemporary world, the Rosary stands out for its extraordinary power in obtaining God’s intervention in events.

Love is the Science of the Saints

We too, with St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus must be able to repeat to the Lord every day that we want to live of love for Him and for others, to learn at the school of the Saints to love authentically and totally.

Devotion to Mary: A Pledge of Salvation

What a precious safeguard for our future is devotion to the Blessed Virgin when it reaches the point of desiring to be living reflections of her on earth.

How to Reconcile the Spiritual and Active Life?

Regardless of the state of life to which we have been called, keeping in mind the higher things is a point that will always require vigilant attention. Immersed in our daily activities, we often end up forgetting the most important things: the interior life, meditation, our relationship with God, with our Guardian Angels and with the supernatural world.

Saint Mary Magdalene: The one that loved much

The passionate soul does not know fear, it does not measure risks. In the Garden of Olives the Apostles fled in terror. Mary Magdalene, on the other hand, went out in search of her Beloved, and He went to meet her.

Sacred Heart of Jesus: Heavenly Token of Salvation

The many evils that beset the world require that we seek help from the only One who can remove them. We must place all our hopes in the Sacred Heart; we must pray to Him for salvation.

The Feast of Corpus Christi

Christ our Savior, being ready to leave this world and ascend to the Father, instituted in memory of His Death, shortly before His Passion, at the Last Supper, the supreme and magnificent Sacrament in which He gives us His Body as food and His Blood as drink.

In the century of atheism, the announcement of the Kingdom of Mary

What did our Blessed Virgin announce to this sinful humanity? What did she come to implore? Who would have the courage to reject an urgent request of the Mother of God?

What does suffering mean for a Catholic?

Suffering, that unavoidable evil that accompanies all men, only finds a remedy in the supremely temperate action of the Divine Master.