What a timeless practice. It is an honor and a privilege to consider myself Catholic. Traditions such as perpetual adoration only solidify the love I have for the Church, and for Christ who has given us the Church as a direct care for our souls.
Oh, this is gold. Pure gold. Christ in action, through his brother priests. Thank you, Dominicans, for upholding the charity of our beloved faith!
Time to Get Serious About Fatima | The Divine Mercy Message from the Marians of the Immaculate Conception
They’re not wrong…
Pray more. Right now.
What these 11-year-old children write about Eucharistic Adoration will melt your heart | The Catholic Leader
What an absolutely heartwarming story. “Let the little children come to Me”, indeed!!!
I am a fan of this piece.
Well said, Bishops Seitz.
Excerpt from this amazing article:
In other words, when most people hear the word “love,” they no longer think of this:
Instead, they think of this:
And that’s a problem.
Because when we value most what we should value most, that right ordering has a trickle-down effect, illuminating how we see and go about everything else. When we value the wrong thing most, however, the same trickle-down effect occurs, only it brings darkness not illumination.
This is true in business. A businessmen who values profit over serving the common good, respecting his employees, or making a good product, is far more likely to sacrifice integrity, honesty, and quality. Because he values the wrong thing most, he’s more prone to failing at everything else.
The same is true in love.