Archive: Articles on Christian life

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Ecumenism

Ecumenism

The octave of prayer for Christian unity begins on January 18 and ends on January 25, feast of Saint Paul's conversion. An article on ecumenical dialogue by a well-known theologian.

"Go and Do Likewise": the Law of God and Mercy

"Go and Do Likewise": the Law of God and Mercy

A new article in the series on mercy. We are asked to "shape our hearts in accord with the lines marked out by the Beatitudes, making a reality of the ideal Christ sets forth for us: 'to be merciful even as your Father is merciful.'"

Mercy
Living For Others

Living For Others

“In a Christian, in a child of God, friendship and charity are one and the same thing. They are a divine light that spreads warmth.” A new article on Christian life.

Virtues
Living by Faith

Living by Faith

The faith our Lord expects of us "is not the confidence that things will always go well. It is the trust that, no matter how things are going, God will make use of them for my benefit, for the benefit of those around me and of the whole Church."

Virtues
Lessons in Love

Lessons in Love

A new article in the series on human love. "We must respect and seek the truth if we are to love wisely."

Human love
Learning to Love

Learning to Love

A new article in the series on human love. "Our happiness depends on whether we learn to love. To love is the most fundamental command that God has given us."

Human love
Creating Bright and Cheerful Homes

Creating Bright and Cheerful Homes

"Creating a loving home in which our children’s characters, hearts and minds can be nurtured and developed is a battle worth fighting." A new article in the series on married love.

Human love
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."

Human love
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."