St Michael the Archangel, the incredible history of the Prince of Angels. English Version Spanish Version
Developing a new habit or fostering growth doesn’t just happen. It takes purpose and discipline to adopt a new routine or mature in the faith. Lent is the perfect time to make a change, recommit, or dig deeper.
We have a choice to make. Jesus said we either choose to pass through the doors of Divine Mercy or we must pass through the doors of Divine Justice.
Let’s choose Mercy!
Understandably, many are deeply concerned by our loss of freedoms, but the closed doors of schools, businesses and churches are creating openings for Christ.
Today, as I stand on the border of Holy Week, while living through a pandemic, I believe that Jesus is healing our blindness in just the same way that He healed this sightless believer so long ago.
Perhaps, in time, we’ll look back at this period and discover it was the beginning of a great renewal of faith.
Lent is a sufficient length to gain valuable insights, but I suppose I just needed more this year. And the advantage in my having started this race early is that I’ve discovered a treasury of resources which are going to make this the best lent ever for me and for you!
Over the past year I’ve discovered a treasure which begs to be shared with every Christian soul. Quite simply, it is the joy of reading through the Bible in a year, day by day.
One event definitely stands out among the rest in my re-education process. I’ll never forget the night, sitting alone in front of my computer screen, that I stumbled across the images of abortion.