Monday, 19 September 2016

Reflection on the Creation and the Annunciation

As the "let there be" produces the natural order, so does the "let it be done to me" in the supernatural order. 

Reflection on the Holy Eucharist

The other Sacraments confer the grace they signify, but the Eucharist contains Him Who is the very source and consummation of those same graces.

Sunday, 18 September 2016

Reflection on Hell

Hell is nothing other than the soul to find herself alone with God at last and for Him not to know her. 

Reflection on Catholic Tradition

Tradition is no more than the echo of our Lady's words of "Do whatever He tells you" throughout the ages. 

Reflection on Tranquility of Spirit

In this life, the slumber of the sinner is not to compared with the repose of the righteous. 

Friday, 16 September 2016

Reflection on the Unity of the Trinity

From the Principle, sets forth the Word who does not depart, from both pours forth the Spirit who doesn't scatter.

Monday, 12 September 2016

Reflection on the Wounds of Christ

For thoughtless sins of mortal man do pierce the hands of the Immortal One, while balm to the same doth compress, where hidden graces impress for sincere repentance. 

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Reflection on Religious Liberty and The Social Reign of Christ

In public discourse the Church must not merely ask for a place at the table to be heard out but for a throne to be placed for Christ.