Season 5, In Veritate, Episode 20: Self-Denial and Love of God

The Coat of Arms of His Excellency

The Coat of Arms of His Excellency

Our ability to do good is paralyzed if we do not deny ourselves. Praying is a great example of self-denial. Our sensual nature is opposed to prayer – it does not please the softness of the body.

Unless we mortify our senses and evil inclinations, we become incapable of good. Saints achieved such great heights of virtue due to severe mortifications they practiced. By doing this, they removed all obstacles to the working of the grace of God within them.

We must have a holy detestation of this world and prove our love of God by putting aside the world and turning our hearts to Him.

Join us on this episode of In Veritate.

We would like to thank Nicholas Wilton for providing the use of his sacred choral music for this show. Mr. Wilton's material can be purchased at:

Show Sponsor: Most Holy Trinity Seminary
Original Air Date: November 9, 2016
Show Run Time: 39 minutes
Show Guest(s): Bishop Donald Sanborn
Show Host(s): Matthew Arthur

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