Tag Archive: #arthurmarat

Living With Childlike Faith

Posted on September 14, 2021
25th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year B In the Gospel Jesus tells us that we should be like children. What does it means to be like a child in the 21st century? It means to look at the world [read more...]

Satan Does Exist

Posted on September 7, 2021
24th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year B Satan does exist. One need only speak to a Catholic exorcist or sit in a confessional hearing confessions for a few hours to know that the devil and demons are real. And, [read more...]

Seeing Through God’s Eyes

Posted on August 31, 2021
23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year B St. Thomas Aquinas once said: “Omnia quasi oculo Dei intuemur . . .” This means, “Everything as if through His eyes.” In other words, we should see and evaluate everything as if [read more...]

One Nation Under God

Posted on June 29, 2021
July 4th, 2021 This Fourth of July providentially falls on a Sunday—the day we love, revere, and thank the Lord. It is significant that the day we celebrate our nation’s independence, we also and even more importantly honor our God [read more...]

Do We Respond to the Call?

Posted on June 22, 2021
13th Sunday of Ordinary Time – Year B  Death comes to each person, whether great or unimportant, known or unknown. When Jesus raised Jairus’ daughter from the grips of death into life, He showed that He has power over death. [read more...]

“Why Are You Afraid?”

Posted on June 15, 2021
12th Sunday of Ordinary Time Like Job and the disciples in this Sunday’s readings, we experience many different kinds of fears, sufferings, and uncertainties. Often it can seem to us like we are in the dark and do not know what [read more...]

Think Eternally; Optimize Your Spiritual Health

Posted on June 8, 2021
11th Sunday of Ordinary Time  God’s ways are not our ways, and the Lord sees everything from an eternal perspective. In his second letter to the Corinthians, St. Paul reminds us that our life here, including our bodies, is passing [read more...]

Strive to Remain in God’s Grace

Posted on May 11, 2021
Ascension Sunday  Saint Mark’s gospel does not give us any details about the Ascension. He simply says that Jesus was taken up into heaven and took His seat at the right hand of God. Although this statement is very simple, [read more...]