Sometimes Our Prayer is Vain and Not Holy. It’s the same as No Prayer At All. When God Corrects That, We May, for a Time, Feel Prayer-Disabled. But It’s Part of the Process.
Author: The Catholic Adventurer
St. Augustine, on Maintaining Unity in Spite of Scancals
One of the most serious issues in the Church is a lack of unity. St. Augustine had a few things to say about that.
Hard to Pray? Here’s Some Help!
Building a prayer life from nothing or rebuilding a prayer life that has crumbled can be difficult to do. These tips will help you!
Does God Cause Good Things to Happen?
God doesn’t do evil. But does he do Good things? Is he active in the Good things in our lives, or did he just set them in motion at the beginning of time, letting the chips fall where they may?
Confessions of a Penitent – Drac’ in the Box
That time when “Dracula” Went to Confession. – Confessions of a Penitent is a series of stories from some of my experiences at the sacrament of Confession.
Feminist Goes Beast Mode
Pro-Choice professor suspended for vandalizing pro-life display holds machete to NY Post Reporter’s Throat
Through the Dark
The only way out of spiritual darkness is to go through it. What is the dark, and how do we get through it?
How Do We Obtain Peace
Some wisdom from the saints guide us.
The Dark Night and Spiritual Desolation
How Do We Emerge from Periods of Spiritual Dryness, Desolation and Darkness? This is Part-1 of a Series to Guide You Through This Common Spiritual Trial.