“How sweet and full of comfort are the moments spent before the Blessed Sacrament! Are you in trouble? Come and throw yourself at His feet.” — Saint John Vianney For the First Friday devotions, go HERE.Read More First Friday: February 2020
Well, I am in the midst of exams. And I realized even more how I have failed to write much on Filii Passionis. Know of my prayers for all of you readers. For those involved in supporting the work of the publication regarding the Gospel readings of the Liturgical year, know that progress is being […]Read More First Saturday: February 2020
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When praying the Litany of the Sacred Heart, I am always struck most particularly by the invocation: Heart of Jesus, Desire of the Everlasting Hills… And at the start of the year this invocation is even more striking. We spend these days re-examining our life more intensely. We have spent the Christmas octave with family […]Read More Desire of the Everlasting Hills
For the First Friday devotions, go HERE. When you are alone before the Manger, kneel before the Baby Jesus, reverently kiss His hands and warm His feet, where the holy wounds will be. Tell Him to preach you a little sermon, and then listen to the words of eternal life that He speaks to your […]Read More First Friday: January 2020
Inspired from a teaching of St. Paul of the Cross on prayer before a Crucifix: When you are alone before the Manger, kneel before the Baby Jesus, reverently kiss His hands and warm His feet, where the holy wounds will be. Tell Him to preach you a little sermon, and then listen to the words […]Read More A sermon at the Manger.
Hail and blessed be the hour and moment in which the Son of God was born of the most pure Virgin Mary… This day where the God-Man came at midnight, in Bethlehem, in that cold night, the world was renewed. It would never be the same. And for you and for me, what can we […]Read More Merry Christmas!