Dating catholic agnostic
If you haven’t had the chance or time to read Matthew Kelly’s latest book Resisting Happiness, I strongly encourage you do so and the library will kindly check a copy out to you.
In his own personal, straightforward and friendly style Kelly asks us to examine very serious concerns in our lives and then to consider how we approach them.
Based on a true situation, it is a story of hope and love. I won’t give away the ending but encourage you to learn what it is by watching it.
You might ask why would the book, Churches and Monasteries of the Holy Land by David Rapp and Hanan Isachar be reviewed on vocation Sunday.
This is a good companion to take to adoration at church or to use during private meditation home.
The DVD, Letters to God is the heartwarming story of a young cancer victim’s correspondence with God .
Making peace with money entails something other than money.
This is a fast read but a book you will want to read again so as to recall all the positive ideas Kelly offers us for growth in true happiness which is really growth in holiness.
Our parish encourages adoration before the Blessed Sacrament either in the tabernacle or when it is exposed in the monstrance. This centuries old Catholic pious custom is one of the strongest ways we show our belief in Christ and attest to the truths of the Catholic church.
We have much to be thankful to these religious orders and their many years of service in preserving these treasures of the Church.
Theirs is a special vocation that deserves our admiration, prayers and support.
As a reader you ponder how can such abuse and torture continue in a civilized society?