Archive: Articles on Christian life

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Matrimonial Love

Matrimonial Love

A new article in the series on married love. "The effort to love is the effort to give ourselves more to the other person each day. Since true love implies dying to our own self-interest, it doesn’t come easily."

Building Interior Order

Building Interior Order

A new article in the series on developing a strong Christian personality. "One of the traits of a mature personality is the ability to combine intense activity with order and interior peace. Achieving this equilibrium requires real effort."

Keep the Fire Burning

Keep the Fire Burning

A new article in the series on married love. "Marriage requires effort! It is a constant beginning again and again. Do not take love for granted. Make a joyful gift of yourself to your spouse."

Sharing Others' Feelings

Sharing Others' Feelings

Empathy, the ability to share in other people's feelings, is very important for learning to love as Christ did. A new article in the series on forging a Christian personality.

Courtship Makes Good Sense

Courtship Makes Good Sense

A new article in the series on the meaning of human love. "Learning to communicate joys, gratitude, and even (or especially) learning to constructively put across feelings of anger and hurt make courtship happy and fruitful and will stand a future marriage in good stead."

Lent: Pathway to Easter

Lent: Pathway to Easter

"During Lent the Church again reminds us of the need to renew our heart and our deeds so that we can rediscover the centrality of the Paschal Mystery, a returning to eternal Love." An article on Christian life.

Ecumenism

Ecumenism

The octave of prayer for Christian unity ends on January 25, feast of Saint Paul's conversion. We offer an article on ecumenical dialogue by a well-known theologian.

His Mercy Endures Forever

His Mercy Endures Forever

First in a series of articles on the Jubilee Year of Mercy. "To a world that longs for a freedom it never succeeds in finding, the Church untiringly offers God’s mercy, which brings with it 'the freedom of the children of God'.”

Character Built on Virtue

Character Built on Virtue

A new article in the series on forging a strong Christian personality. "Virtues reinforce our personality, rendering it stable and even-tempered. They enable us to rise above ourselves."