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Venerable Matt Talbot: From Addict to Ascetic ┬áVENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - August 1, 2017 ... citizens is addicted to opioids. And the city is only one hotspot in an epidemic that killed fifty-two thousand Americans in 2015. Lives consumed by substance abuse make particularly obvious the misery of sin. Sin leads to more sin, and a life of sin leads to destitution and a profound unhappiness on the edge of despair. Those of us who personally know people being destroyed by addiction may begin to wonder how, or if, such darkness can be overcome. But Matt Talbot's life shines a light into ...

Prayer: Anselm IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - July 28, 2017 God of love, whose compassion never fails, we bring you the griefs and perils of people and nations, the pains of the sick and injured, the sighing of prisoners and captives, the sorrows of the bereaved, the necessities of the homeless, the helplessness of the weak, the despair of the weary, the failing power of the aged. Comfort and relieve them, O merciful lord, according to their several needs and your great mercy.

"How Shall I Make a Return to the Lord?" by Colleen O'Sullivan YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - July 21, 2017


"Love One Another" by Colleen O'Sullivan YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 19, 2017

Trump's Religious Freedom Order: "Woefully Inadequate" MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - May 5, 2017 ... Yesterday, on the National Day of Prayer, President Trump signed an executive order on religious liberty. Unfortunately, though it was a "first step," it was a small one, an order Ryan Anderson of the Heritage Foundation called "woefully inadequate." Now, let me be clear: there are things in the order worth praising. The president said that "No American should be forced to choose between the dictates of the federal government and the tenets of their faith." I couldn't agree ...

Why Did Jesus Have to Die Such a Brutal Death? THE MARCO MINUTE - May 3, 2017 ... presentation of the matter I strongly suggest reading, Brant Pitre's "Jesus and the Jewish Roots of The Eucharist," Peter Kreeft's, "Making Sense Out of Suffering" and St. John Paul II's, "Crossing the Threshold of Hope." 1) Jesus crucifixion fits perfectly into the Jewish context of his time. Jesus was the new Passover . The Old Passover feast was a commemoration of Moses, who during the exodus was commanded by God to slaughter an unblemished lamb to use it's blood to mark the lintels of his ...