Nothing connected with the passion and death of Christ was purely accidental. And although our saviour was unquestionably the central figure of Calvary, many other persons by God’s providence took part in the living drama of the first good Friday.
Philothea or An Introduction to the Devout Life
An Introduction to the Devout Life is at once easy to read, yet thorough, authoritative, reliable, kind, and gentle- a mirror of its author. It instructs us in our approach to God in prayer and the Sacrament, the practice of 16 important virtues, remedies against ordinary temptations, and becoming confirmed in our practice of devotion.
The Complete Christian; A guide to living
The purpose of this book is to help us to learn to unlock the tabernacle where we have hidden Jesus safely away and to invite His presence into every aspect of our being, no longer saving God for Sunday alone.
Saints who raised the dead
The raising of the dead has been performed hundreds of time since the days of Christ. Our Lord told his apostles to raise the dead (Matt. 10:8), and over the Christian centuries many Saints have done so, particularly St. Francis Xavier, St. Patrick, St. Vincent Ferrer, St. Catherine of Siena, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Bernard of Clairvaux, and many more
Telling the untold stories
For two thousand years there has been a wide variety of thought, opinion, and experience regarding the meaning of the Resurrection of Jesus. Many have called the event a pious hoax. For others, the Resurrection is a living reality.