2. Homily for today’s feast of St Bernardino: how to reverence the Holy Name during the Mass and in our daily lives
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, transform my heart into a merciful heart, which seeks to heal the hearts of others. pic.twitter.com/8SbVQDCsrK
— ApostleshipOfPrayer (@aposprayer) May 20, 2016
We have freedom to do good or evil; yet to make choice of evil, is not to use, but to abuse our freedom.
-St Francis de Sales#ShareTheFaith
— StreetEvangelization (@spstreetevan) May 20, 2016
Through the mysterious and hidden lights of charity and wisdom, the Queen of Contemplatives knew Him who loved her. https://t.co/D3DLacLuyM
— Dominicana (@DominicanaDHS) May 20, 2016
— Fr Lawrence Lew OP (@LawrenceOP) May 20, 2016
— Kathryn Jean Lopez (@kathrynlopez) May 20, 2016
Fear is pride's favorite hiding place.
— Msgr B Bransfield (@BrianBransfield) May 20, 2016
If Jesus found his freedom in his identity as the Beloved Son of God, is not our true freedom also found in our baptism identity as a son or daughter of God? Claim this identity and live out of this identity if you want to be free. The father of lies try to rob us of this identity so that he can enslave us. The Spirit of Truth on the other hand reminds us of our truly identity and freedom.
PLUS: A piece of mine Crux published today: Love, not legal briefs, makes best case for religious freedom
And my NRO Q&A today with Kristina Arriaga, also about religious freedom (and life and love and things).