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Reflections on the Cross with St Thérèse of Lisieux

“How I thirst for Heaven—that blessed habitation where our love for Jesus will have no limit! But to get there we must suffer… we must weep… Well, I wish to suffer all that shall please my Beloved.” “Jesus offers you … Continue reading

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Stations of the Cross – by St Alphonsus Liguori

The fullness of Catholicism is so beautiful and life giving. The Catholic Church is the channel of grace for the world. The Stations of the Cross, also known as the Way of the Cross (in Latin, Via Crucis) is a … Continue reading

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“To That Cross My Sins Have Nailed Him…”: Stations of the Cross (Part 2)

On this fifth Friday in Lent 2019 – that also happens to be a First Friday – let us look today for some more insights into the value of this ancient Christian devotion, the Stations of the Cross, according to the Benedictine, Blessed … Continue reading


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Stations of the Cross meditation for Holy Week

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Sometimes we sit and talk – meditative prayer

In the next two posts, I want to tease out the two types of prayer that are mostly about listening – meditative and contemplative prayer. To me, the difference is that meditation is thinking about God, and contemplation is spending … Continue reading

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