Thought for the Day – 6 February – Religion and Devotion — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 6 February – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) Religion and Devotion “Religion, should not be a cold, mehcanical practice of obedience to the commandments of God and the precepts of the Church.Deep spiritual devotion and supernatural charity are necessary, as well as religion.In other words, religion should not be […]

Thought for the Day – 6 February – Religion and Devotion — AnaStpaul

Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, & the Birth of Right and Left — The Imaginative Conservative (Reblog)

Do you wish to understand the birth of right and left? Examine the debate between Edmund Burke and Thomas Paine occasioned by the French Revolution. 1,623 more words

Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, & the Birth of Right and Left — The Imaginative Conservative

Saint of the Day – 8 January – Saint Apollinaris the Apologist (Died 2nd Century) — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Saint of the Day – 8 January – Saint Apollinaris the Apologist (Died 2nd Century) Bishop of Hierapolis, Apologist, Confessor, Defender of the True Faith against heretics, Writer, renowned Scholar. Also known as – Apollinaris Claudius, Apollinaris of Hierapolis, Claudius Apollinaris, Apollinare di Gerapoli. Additional Memorial – 7 February on some calendars. The Roman Martyrology […]

Saint of the Day – 8 January – Saint Apollinaris the Apologist (Died 2nd Century) — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 15 February – The Spirit of Prayer — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 15 February – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Spirit of Prayer “The alchemists of old were searching for a legendary stone which would transform metal into gold.This stone, does not exist, of course but, in the supernatural order, the spirit of prayer really can change everything to gold.When […]

Thought for the Day – 15 February – The Spirit of Prayer — AnaStpaul

January 31, 1524 (6 AM) (Part 1) — Today’s Luther (Reblog)

Martin Luther preaches a sermon on the Epistle lesson for the Second Sunday before Lent (Sexagesima Sunday), 2 Corinthians 11:19-12:9. Today’s Quotation is taken from the beginning of this sermon, in which Luther discusses St. Paul’s glory in his labor and suffering. Quotation: Those who praise themselves are fools according to the views and speech […]

January 31, 1524 (6 AM) (Part 1) — Today’s Luther

Saint of the Day – 27 January – Blessed Manfredo Settala (12th Century-1217) — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Saint of the Day – 27 January – Blessed Manfredo Settala (12th Century-1217) Priest and Hermit, known as “The Hermit of Monte San Giorgio,” miracle-worker – born in the latter 12th century in Milan, Italy and died on 27 January 1217 in Riva San Vitale, Lombardy, Italy of natural causes. Patronage – Riva San Vitale. […]

Saint of the Day – 27 January – Blessed Manfredo Settala (12th Century-1217) — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 25 January – Mediocrity — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 25 January – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) Mediocrity “There is no such thing as half-way virtue. Virtue is a struggle and a sacrifice.It presupposes a generous heart which gives itself to Jesus without reserve.Did He not give Himself completely for our sakes?Did He not die upon the Cross […]

Thought for the Day – 25 January – Mediocrity — AnaStpaul

January 14, 1524 — Today’s Luther (Reblog)

Martin Luther writes to George Spalatin in Nuremberg, [1] reminding him of Luther’s request for Spalatin to write some hymns in German and sending some other news. Quotation: Master George Spalatin, court evangelist, my dearest friend in the Lord: Grace and peace! I have no news to write you, my dear Spalatin, except that I […]

January 14, 1524 — Today’s Luther

Thought for the Day – 13 January – The Grace of God — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 13 January – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Grace of God “It is astonishing to consider how much St Paul accomplished when he had been transformed by the grace of God.Formerly, a persecutor of Christians, he became the Apostle of the Gentiles.Enlightened by faith and inspired by charity, […]

Thought for the Day – 13 January – The Grace of God — AnaStpaul

Quote/s of the Day – 11 January – The kingdom of God is at hand, repent and believe in the gospel. — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Quote/s of the Day – 11 January – The Sixth Day in the Octave of Epiphany, Readings: Hebrews 1:1-6, Psalms 97:1 and 2, 6 and 7, 9, Mark 1:14-20 “This is the time of fulfilment.The kingdom of God is at hand,repent and believe in the gospel.” Mark 1:15 “And the people sought him and came […]

Quote/s of the Day – 11 January – The kingdom of God is at hand, repent and believe in the gospel. — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 10 January – The Sacrament of Baptism — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 10 January – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Sacrament of Baptism “We are drawn towards Heaven by a golden chain of grace.The most precious links in this chain of benefits are the Sacraments, which Jesus Christ instituted as sensible and efficacious signs of divine grace.When we are born, […]

Thought for the Day – 10 January – The Sacrament of Baptism — AnaStpaul