I’m Not Worthy When Jesus died on the Cross, he opened up a road to restoration for every man and woman that will ever live till the end of time. You might be saying, “Oh, come on, Robert, everybody knows this.” What I’m saying is that, it’s not enough to just know it, you have […]
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Not only is Advent a time of coming (in Latin Adventus); it is also a time of waiting and receiving. As we enter the fourth and last week of Advent, now is not only the time to prepare for the commemoration of Christ’s birth, two-thousand years ago, but also the time to prepare ourselves for what […]
In celebrating the Solemnity or Feast of Christ the King this past Sunday, which also happened to be the last Sunday of the liturgical year, I couldn’t help but want to assess my spiritual progress since the Advent of 2018. As to how I measure my progress, each year in acknowledging the kingship of Jesus […]
When it comes to prayer and why we should take every opportunity to utilize this open line of communication to God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit… I will never forget what Fr. Adolph Koehler, O.M.I. told our fifth-grade class at St. Mary’s School. He started with a question, “What would you give to possess […]
Because Jesus said that he came to call sinners, he has provided every single one of us with a path to forgiveness and redemption. There have been a few times in my life where I felt unworthy of Christ’s mercy due to bad choices that resulted in broken relationships and in one or two cases […]
I recently attended a weekend conference on the Spirituality of the Cross, presented by the Missionaries of the Holy Spirit. A presentation called, “Do This in Memory of Me: A Process of Holiness,” by Fr. Vicente Monroy, MSpS, reminded me of how important mental prayer is to the spiritual life of every Christian. Father Vicente […]
Did you know that the Alamo was once an active Catholic Mission? Join Angela Sealana & Robert Rodriguez for this revealing and spiritual look at the Shrine of Texas Liberty, previously known as Mission San Antonio de Valero. During this virtual spiritual journey, find out about: the history of what was the first of five […]
The Forgotten Person Other than when you make the sign of the Cross or pray the Apostles’ Creed, how often do you mention or talk to the Holy Spirit? If you said, not very often… well, you are not alone. The vast majority of Christians do not have an intimate relationship with the Holy Spirit. For […]
We recently celebrated Divine Mercy Sunday, and are in the midst of the Easter season. This is the perfect time to dwell on God’s love and mercy so we might all yearn for it, be restored by it, and be more grateful for it. As I am writing this, I am looking up at an […]
Over time, humility has become more and more under-rated and misunderstood. A lot of this has to do with the fact that we see ourselves through the eyes of the world instead of through the eyes of God. Palm Sunday not only signals the start of Holy Week, but it can also show us the […]
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