Tag: Spirituality

Evangelization by hitchhiking: How to find an on-ramp

Evangelization by hitchhiking: How to find an on-ramp

| Christina Capecchi | April 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

The place infants nod off and teens open up is also where road-weary adults will probe their spirituality — in the car.

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To bear wrongs patiently

To bear wrongs patiently

To bear wrongs patiently is one of the seven spiritual works of mercy. Most of the spiritual works of mercy are directed outward for the spiritual benefit of another person, such as to instruct, comfort, counsel or admonish. This spiritual work is directed inward for one’s own spiritual benefit. It is much like a virtue. Christians should have this quality and increase in it.

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Student says religious icons are ‘transitions, windows into spirituality’

Student says religious icons are ‘transitions, windows into spirituality’

| Mary K. Tilghman | June 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Layer by layer, an icon comes to life. First dark colors obscure the brilliant white gesso covering a wooden board. Brighter and paler colors and shiny gold leaf follow.

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New art series spotlights spiritual in local artists’ work

New art series spotlights spiritual in local artists’ work

| September 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

Works that tackle spiritual themes are part of a year-long art series opening Sept. 4 at the Benedictine Center at St. Paul’s Monastery in the St. Paul suburb of Maplewood.

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The call of the birds: slowing down and tuning in

The call of the birds: slowing down and tuning in

| Christina Capecchi | June 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

“The only essential equipment for seeing birds is a pair of eyes. Good ears are a help too.”

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Hope in things unseen

Hope in things unseen

| John Garvey | May 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

We need God’s help, but spiritual talk is unfashionable. The idea that God is active in our lives is equally unfashionable. And yet if he is not, there is nothing to hope for.

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What is the Divine Office? Fulton Sheen a saint?

What is the Divine Office? Fulton Sheen a saint?

| Father Kenneth Doyle | December 17, 2013 | 1 Comment

The Liturgy of the Hours, the Divine Office and the breviary all refer to the same thing: namely, an official set of prayers that is required to be recited by members of the Catholic clergy and monastic communities.

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Third Sunday of Advent — A deep place of prayer

Third Sunday of Advent — A deep place of prayer

| December 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Third Sunday of Advent — Dec. 15

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Second Sunday of Advent — Road map for living an authentic life

Second Sunday of Advent — Road map for living an authentic life

| December 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Second Sunday of Advent — Dec. 8

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Rediscover: The Saints

Rediscover: The Saints

| September 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

– Heavenly role models inspire our faith lives
– Saints: Thought determines action
– Local artist creates images of holy men and women for seminary, NET
– Saints, sinners and baby names
– Father Keating to present second talk in Rediscover: Speakers Series

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Papal ministry confirms our faith, keeps us on right path

Papal ministry confirms our faith, keeps us on right path

| August 1, 2013

In this column, Cardinal George shares his insights about spirituality, religion and the role of the successor of St. Peter

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Rediscover: A personal relationship with Jesus

Rediscover: A personal relationship with Jesus

| April 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

What can I do to draw closer to Jesus?
The Jesus question
What is THE question for today’s teens?
Harvard or heaven: Admission that matters

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