Without the Eucharist we’d have nothing to say to the world
A brief conversation with God coming from the simplicity and purity of our hearts
He has also awakened me to new life
The life of an authentic Catholic woman is also a liturgical life
Remembering Edith Stein's Confirmation on Candlemas, 1922
And when we don't breathe, we die...
"All we can do is take refuge in God"
"I am going to light, to love, to life"
Nicaraguan religion and culture reporter Israel González Espinoza discusses the bishop's effort to make Romero's work and thought better known through use of the hashtag #OigamosARomero on multiple social media platforms
Edith Stein assumes the role of Esther the queen as she speaks of the Virgin Mary of Nazareth: "My life serves as an image of hers for you."
Wisdom hath builded her house, She hath sent forth her maidens: she crieth upon the highest places of the city, "Whoso is simple, let him turn in hither"
Perceiving events, discerning their causes and effects through divine revelation is God's gift to the prophets
In dryness and emptiness the soul becomes humble. The earlier arrogance disappears when one no longer finds in oneself anything that would give reason to look down on others; instead, others now appear to one to be more perfect...
"... to commune with God within the recesses of our soul through abandonment. There lies the key to God’s love and peace."