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Suggestions for Lent  

Clothe yourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ and allow Him to make your heart and mind completely new. Get rid of your old self and distrust a charity that costs nothing and does not hurt. However, rend your heart and not your garment and always overcome evil with good. Forget you exist when you say you […]

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Christianity is religion of love 

Many of us are weary, burdened, wounded and unhealthily attached to various things and people. Some of us keep hidden our unhealed areas. God knows about our problems. For that reason He wants to redeem us, also by entrusting us to one another. Because in this life people often add more problems or stir them […]

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The charity of Christ urges us on” (2 Cor 5:14)

We could have organised our Sunday differently, but we are together at the foot of the altar of Christ, where He really is Sacrificed. We could have organised our moral life in many different ways, but we embrace the Ten Commandments enlightened and elevated by the Eight Beatitudes. We could have focused only on gaining […]

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Be ambitious for the higher gifts.

We must work hard to help others to achive salvation. We must never forget to love, bearing in mind that Christ did not come to make us nice people. He came to make us new men, and He, who created the world without us, will not save it without us. In order to love we […]

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Reflection on lukewarm Christians. .

Christians rightly say and learn to treat others with humility and respect. They rightly reject all kind of agenda of indoctrination. But they lose missionary zeal and they use methods that do not work with many challenges. It looks like alien ideas take over more and more space in the Christian sphere, whereas Christians act […]

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Mary’s guidance before the coming of Christ.

Christ is the Fullness of the Revelation, the Law, the Truth and the Love revealed in the Old and New Covenants. He founded the Church, His Mystical Body, which means that the Catholic Faith is not of human origin, it does not come from people. As St Cyprian confirms for us, the Catholic Church is […]

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Baptism of the Lord

The great joy of Christmas Celebrations has been flowing through the Epiphany to the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, where it has reached its fulfilment. Here, at the bank of the river Jordan, the Only Begotten (not Created) Son of God joined those sinners who asked for the gift of conversion, seeking God […]

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