Number of articles: 401

Presentation of our Lady: Magisterium, Saints, Poets

A selection of texts for Mary's Presentation in the Temple.

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Birth of our Lady: Magisterium, Saints, Poets

The birth of the Virgin Mary as seen in texts from the Magisterium, the saints and Catholic poets.

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Immaculate Conception: Magisterium, Fathers, Saints

Mary's Immaculate Conception is given clear expression in texts of the Magisterium, Fathers of the Church and saints. We offer here a selection.

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God's Work

"Work in our hands, as it was in Christ’s, must be turned into prayer to God and service to mankind for the co-redemption of the whole human race." A new article in the series "Sanctifying our Work."

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Bethlehem Ever Present in the Tabernacle

During the Christmas season, we see the Three Wise Men bringing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. What can we bring the Christ Child? We can offer him the work of all human activities.

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Working Conscientiously

We offer the third in a series of articles on how to sanctify our daily work in light of the teachings of St. Josemaria.

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Work and Rest

God wants us to work hard to help build up his creation, but also to rest. We offer an article that draws on the teachings of John Paul II and St. Josemaria on this topic.

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Free to Build the Future

Freedom is not only a right: it entails a responsibility that should lead Christians to get involved in trying to solve the problems in contemporary society. We offer an article that confronts this question in the light of some of St. Josemaria's teachings.

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Humility, Source of Joy

Humility is one of the foundation stones of authentic Christian life, because it is the "dwelling place of charity." We offer some reflections on this key Christian virtue.

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The Fire of the First Christians

What was the reaction of the first Christians to the world in which they were immersed? We may be tempted to explain the spread of the Gospel in terms of marvels and miracles. Their faith was the "miracle" that attracted people from all classes, conditions and cultures. Their faith, and their love for Christ.

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