Our secular life should not be a sealed-off compartment that has nothing to do with our spiritual and liturgical life, or worse, that would compete with it or dilute it or undermine it. There should be a smooth transition from outside the church to inside the church; from inside the church to the Blessed Sacrament; from the Blessed Sacrament to contemplation and the beatific vision.
June 22, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Now, more than ever before, media has the power to influence and shift the cultural paradigm. 2020 has tested this, and mainstream media has been successful in pushing its anti-life, anti-family, and anti-Christian agenda beyond what we ever imagined it would – and the masses are blindly following. This is why we simply cannot sit by and allow the complete destruction of life, faith, family and freedom. If we don’t speak up, we will see history unfold in front of our eyes. Though everything happening in our world right now is overwhelming, you can make […]