Daily Archives: October 15, 2013

St Teresa of Avila

St Teresa by Bernini A Guest Post, kindly written by William Ockham. Today is the Feast of St. Teresa of Ávila, also called Saint Teresa of Jesus. Teresa was a Carmelite nun, writer of the Counter Reformation, and theologian of … Continue reading

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Forgiving without forgetting?

By Patti Maguire Armstrong from Catholic Spiritual Direction: While many people believe forgetting an injury is part of forgiveness, Fr. Justin Waltz, pastor of St. Leo’s Church in Minot, ND, suggested just the opposite. In fact, he stated that forgetting … Continue reading

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A Wretched Death

As I await my wretched death, the fruit of my evil, thieving sins, I see only one source of light: The One, next to me, condemned to a more wretched death than mine. He turns his head to me and … Continue reading

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