We might call these rules as a great way to understand our bad days and our bad moods.
In the midst of the trials and tribulations of desolation, it is important that we recognize that we need to stand firm with patience.
Continuing with the commentary on the Rules of Discernment of St. Ignatius of Loyola, this week I get into Rules 10 and 11…
Simply put, people don’t pray enough and they don’t pray deep enough.
Continuing with my theme that the Rosary represents archetypal patterns of our existence.
This is the first in a series of meditations on the Rosary as archetypal pattern.
In this week’s homily, I get into rules 5 and 6 of the rules of discernment… big insight, don’t make a decision in desolation
In my homily for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, I delve into the difference between friendships based on utility and friendships based on virtue.
This is a key principle that I find lacking in education today. It’s important to all of us to cultivate in society.
Most people, when it comes to decisions, fail to recognize what they’re called to. So, how do you make these decisions? Listen to this week’s video homily.