Meditations

Inebriated by the Fire of the Spirit

From that moment on, wherever there are authentic Catholics, the presence of the Divine Holy Spirit is felt through the infallibility of doctrine, the continuity of sanctity and apostolic vigor.

10 Steps to be a Good Catholic

The United States is home to over 76 million Catholics! The number is based on self-identification in a survey by CARA, a Georgetown University affiliate research center that conducts scientific studies about the Catholic Church. We are among the millions worldwide who claim to be CATHOLICS! Surely we are… But, are we good Catholics? Do […]

Christ Reigns and Triumphs in Mary

One of the most important episodes of the history of the Church, since Protestantism, was certainly the diffusion of devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The writings of the Saints who most distinguished themselves in teaching this devotion brim with hope in the victory of the kingship of Jesus Christ, after the stormy days […]

The Virtue of Faith: the Foundation of Great Works

Whoever is united to God by faith participates in some way in the divine power and becomes, in a certain sense, as powerful as God Himself.

“Death before Dishonour”

Pursued by a hunter who encircles it with mud, the ermine chooses to surrender its life rather than soil its coat. Upright souls act likewise when they prefer death rather than wallowing in the mire of sin.

Hymn of Wisdom, Humility and Grandeur

The promise made to Abraham was fulfilled: Our Lady carried in her womb the Expectation of the Nations. Inspired by the Most High, She composes this marvellous hymn, an inestimable jewel of God’s praises.

“Do not be unbelieving, but believe”

“Put your finger here and see my hands, and bring your hand and put it into my side, and do not be unbelieving…”

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.

A Sonnet that Portrays the Vocation of Each Person

Let us no longer fall into the error described by the great poet, but let us hear today the voice of Him who calls us with such love. May we be faithful our vocation as children of God.

The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

The Holy Trinity is a dogma. A dogma that proclaims the essential truth of the mystery of the “unity and trinity of God”: one God in three different Persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It’s a mystery. Therefore, it is difficult to interpret and impossible to assimilate due to human limitations. “Mystery” does not mean […]