It is always good to pray hoping God will grant us what we ask for. However, our expectations might get disordered if we think God has to do what we want simply because we pray for it. This article takes a look at what kind of disposition we should have.
The Gospel of Luke packs so many things in a few verses about the Visitation of Mary to her cousin Elizabeth. This article unpacks it and offers insights and points to reflect on.
The grace from each of the seven sacraments are meant to make us more and more like Christ. In this article we look at how each of the sacraments configures us to Christ.
The Church is depicted as barque, a sheepfold, a cultivated vineyard, the building of God, and the bride of Christ. In this article we will try to delve into the meaning of each of these.
We say Christ died on the cross to save us, but how exactly does it do that? This article explores the five models that explain how the Passion brings us eternal life
Our belief in angels can be influenced by strange depictions of them by popular media. It goes to show what we know about these spiritual creatures. This article will ferret out what the Church officially teaches, from what is suggested by theologians.
We gloss over the circumcision of Jesus, but when we learn that his circumcision has great implication about his genealogy, the meaning of our baptism becomes apparent.
The concept of mental prayer is to find out what God wants us to do. This is a general guide for someone who wants to start mental prayer based on a book by Fr. John Bartunek
There are many types of prayer, but mental prayer is the one that develops and maintains a relationship with Christ. This article will explain why.