Number of articles: 423

The Hinge of our Sanctification

St Josemaría often said: “Our ordinary activities are not an insignificant matter. Rather they are the very hinge on which our sanctity turns." A new article in the series on "Sanctifying our Work."

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Towards Freedom

Paradoxically, "by giving up our freedom for love we are able to love more and give ourselves more fully, and consequently we become more free." An article on Christian life.

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The Parents' Right to Educate their Children (I)

"Since education is primarily the responsibility of the child’s father and mother, any other educational agent is such by the parents’ delegation and subordinate to them." A new article in the series on the family.

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Trusting in God

The struggle for sanctity comes down to "allowing the Holy Spirit to work in our souls, cooperating with him, but without trying to take his place." An article on Christian life.

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Educating for Life

“Loving children rightly requires helping them to acquire self-mastery, making them persons who are free and responsible."

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The Parents' Right to Educate their Children (II)

Parents are not the only ones with a legitimate concern in matters pertaining to education. Both the state and the Church, for various reasons, also possess inescapable obligations in this area.

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Passing on the Faith (II)

Second part of an article on passing on the faith within the family.

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Passing on the Faith (I)

The family is the forge of a child's character and personality, and where love for God takes root. A new installment in the series on the family.

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Looking With Unclouded Eyes

To see the true beauty of the world God has created, we have to look at it with clean eyes, as this article on Christian life explains.

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Coronation and Queenship: Magisterium, Saints, Poets

The crowning of the Blessed Virgin Mary as Queen of the universe, as seen in texts from the Magisterium, saints and Christian poets.

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