Letter from theSpiritual Director June 19th, 2020 Feast of The Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. My brothers in Christ, What kind of prayers work for you? Spontaneous or composed? Or both? Or sometimes one and sometimes another? Have you ever prayed simply in silence?I think many favor spontaneous prayers and shy away from composed prayers. Spontaneous prayers seem … Continue reading On Praying…
TWELFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Father’s Day – A 20 “Whoever loves father or mother, son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me; and whoever does not take up his cross and follow after me is not worthy of me.” On this national celebration of Father’s Day, that quote may seem out … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day
TRINITY SUNDAY – A 20 “There are two things which kill the soul, “wrote St. Augustine, “despair and presumption.” Despair takes command when hope is jettisoned and when we give up on God. Presumption is more typically a characteristic of atheism, the conviction that we have no need of God, and are quite capable of … Continue reading The Holy Trinity On Trinity Sunday
With everything happening in our country and world at this time the Black Lives Matter mantra is bigger then ever. Life should matter from womb to tomb and I have listed many articles, websites and sources below at least one of which states why abortion is a very difficult topic in the black community so … Continue reading How Do We Fix This?
Brothers, As any good coach will do to his players, I have some words of encouragement. First, stay strong...for any athlete it is in the "off season" where we develop the strength we need to fulfill our responsibilities on the fields of play. Likewise, we must continue to strengthen ourselves weekly with our brotherhood, prayer … Continue reading Encouragement For Men
PRAYER VIGIL, CATHEDRAL OF STS. PETER AND PAUL MAY 17, 2010 Venerable Francis Xavier Cardinal Nguyen Van Thuan died in 2002. In his lifetime he was imprisoned by the Vietnamese government for thirteen years, nine of which were in solitary confinement. His motto as a bishop was “Gaudium et spes.” “Joy and Hope” amid sacrifice. … Continue reading The Eucharist is THE ESSENTIAL!
As I write this piece I would like to first explain that often before I write I receive a rush into my mind and heart that overcomes me with words and a topic to write about. I have no doubt this comes from the Holy Spirit and I am blessed and thankful for recognizing it. … Continue reading Why Do We Make Up The Game Of Life As We Go Along Our Way; The Wrong Way -The Good Person Syndrome; The Right Way – Striving For Holiness
The Basic Book of The Eucharist by Fr. Lawrence Lovasik Gain Protection from Sin “…Our Lord protects your soul from mortal sin by giving you more sanctifying grace in Holy Communion, God’s very life in your soul.” Pg. 121 “Through Holy Communion you also receive actual grace, which gives you the light to see what … Continue reading Purity Comes Through Holy Communion
OREMUS COMMUNICATIONS MAY 2020 NEWSLETTER Hi everyone, we are steaming full speed through the year 2020 and we here at Oremus Communications are determined by the grace of God to make a spiritual difference which is the purpose of this Apostolate under the mantle of Our Lady of Fatima and her request over … Continue reading Oremus Communications May 2020 Newsletter
HOW WE BECOME PART OF THE HOLY TRINITY’S FAMILY Through Jesus’ life and death, we were given a conversion-path leading to a life as a child of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. As life goes on, we grow from a purely self-centered human, to a social/spiritual human to an eternity-oriented being. We … Continue reading HOW WE BECOME PART OF THE HOLY TRINITY’S FAMILY