The age-old tradition of Christian relics could weird you out if you don’t have a full understanding of them. This seemingly *creepy* tradition of Christianity points our attention toward the Mystical Body of Christ, the love that is the divine life, and a generous God, if we have the eyes to see it.
What is the kerygma? It is the key to articulating the most important message of Christianity. Once you understand the kerygma, you’ll be able to explain the Faith more effectively and experience the depth of the divine life as never before.
In this unsettling time, the symbols of our worship urge us to continue to grow, invite the world into everlasting life, and remind ourselves to hope.
How much of what you *know* about the Second Vatican Council is from hearsay or observation, rather than from actually reading the Vatican II documents? Here’s the basic run down of Vatican II and the Church’s articulation of herself. It’ll inspire you to read them yourself.
“Full, active, and conscious participation” is key to getting the most out of the Mass. These 3 skills will guarantee that you continually benefit from your time with Christ in the liturgy.
Understanding the Mass as the “summit and font of the Church” provides us with an endless wellspring that we can draw from in our spiritual life.
How this ancient tradition of the Church makes us better disciples of Christ.
Understanding our bodies as temples has the power to better prioritize our daily focus and bring us more peace and unity with God. Will we let it?
Don’t let your time spent with God’s word feel like research. Instead, use these four aspects of Scripture to mine for the gems that will illumine your prayer life.
Through Jesus’ sonship, God offers us an irresistible role as his beloved child. Let’s look at how we can embrace this invitation.
Have robust prayer experiences by applying the diverse (but simple) forms of prayer used since the time of the Apostles.
Some insider *wisdom* on meditation to help the beginners and the old hats achieve deeper intimacy with Jesus through the Rosary. (It’s our first listener requested topic!)