Daily Archives: August 7, 2011

The Holy Father: Bear with courage the adversities of life.

This Sunday before the Angelus Pope Benedict XVI commented on the Gospel story of the miracle of the storm that was appeased and during which Peter was rescued (Mt, 14:22-33), encouraging people to bear life’s adversities with courage and trust … Continue reading

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The secret of true happiness

 Fr Christopher Jamison OSB says it is better to plan a happy death rather than trying to feel good all the time By Fr Christopher Jamison A man dives into the Irish Sea: ‘A common assumption about happiness is that … Continue reading

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A Prophet’s Depression, an Apostle’s Grief, a Disciple’s Fear: Biblical Reflection for 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time A

By Father Thomas Rosica, CSB TORONTO, AUG.2011 (Zenit.org).- Chapter 19 of the First Book of Kings presents us with the aftermath of Elijah’s brilliant victory in the contest with Jezebel and the priests of Baal atop Mount Carmel. Just when … Continue reading

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