Tagged: Virtue

The Mountain

The importance of steadfastness during this eclipse of Holy Mother Church cannot be overstated. Facing the unknown often breeds a certain weakness of faith and trust in God, and so much more so does...

Agony of Life

Alan Scott over at Grow in Virtue writes about picking up that cross and continuing on through hard times.  Everyone goes through those stages when the “agony of life” drags you down, sometimes so...

Ponder the Sorrows

“Toleration,” according to the Catholic Encyclopedia “in general signifies patient forbearance in the presence of an evil which one is unable or unwilling to prevent.”  Sean Fitzpatrick’s article from Catholic Exchange, St. John Bosco and the Danger...

Literature and Secret Pride

This week we begin with a bit of classic poetry: The Art of Manliness presents Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in the post Manvotional: The Ladder of St. Augustine. “Standing on what too long we bore...

Without Me…

“In order to understand how fundamental it is for the development of the Christian life to strive to acquire and maintain peace of heart, the first thing of which we must be convinced is...

Life Denied, Unmerited Gifts, and Silence

Offered first for your perusal is a short documentary about the effects of the legalization of so-called physician assisted suicide entitled Compassion and Choice DENIED. Written and directed by Jennifer Lahl and posted on...

The Poor Souls

November, the month of the Poor Souls, is upon us! A Catholic Life provides a brief history of the celebration of All Souls’ Day and of praying for the dead. Included are the details...

D.O.A.

It is so very easy to become distracted by this world. But we are called to be in the world, not of the world… and yet, politics, sports, social media, and technology have become...