The Stations of the Cross

Beautiful set of vintage Stations of the Cross in Spanish for Lenten meditations and Holy Week.

The Father and the Son

How much the Son, Jesus Christ, loves the Heavenly Father! Christ does not just love us with the whole of Himself to the extent of having died on the Cross for us. He loves the Father – His Father and our Father – with the entirety of His being. It is a love inconceivable and utterly crazy to some, but awe-inspiring to see. Infinite Love loves Infinite Love infinitely.

Christ in the Divine Heart of the Father – 2

“The Son lives by the Father because He is the Word given forth from the Heart of the Father, because He comes forth from the Father, because He is begotten of the bowels of the Father, because the Father is the fountain and root of the Son’s being” ~ St. Ambrose.

Christ in the Divine Heart of the Father

“Alone begotten of God, in a way peculiar to Himself, from the womb of His own Heart – even as the Father Himself testifies, ‘My Heart, says He, has emitted My most excellent Word'” ~ Tertullian.

Happy Easter to all readers

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Happy Easter, Christ is risen!

The 24 hours of the Passion of our Lord, Jesus Christ

Christ on the Cross

For those who wish during the Triduum to follow the 24 hours of The Passion of our Lord, Jesus Christ, according to the Servant of God, Luisa Piccarreta, you can find it here.

Who is the Father of Jesus Christ? Response to a question

The question was asked, “Who is the Father of Jesus?” The answer is simple. The Father of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, is God the Father, the First Person of the Holy Trinity. Christ, the Eternal Word and Second Person of the Trinity, is the only-begotten Son of the Almighty Father and the Incarnate Son of the Virgin Mary. Christ has two natures, one divine, one human.

What is a Christian’s divine inheritance? Response to a question

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The question has been asked, “What is a Christian’s divine inheritance?” The answer in a nutshell is, “To live forever in the bosom of the Most Holy Trinity.” That is what Christ gave us with His Passion, death, and Resurrection. Happiness, peace, joy, and love unparalleled for eternity. Something utterly inconceivable to many human persons and that was intended for us from the beginning.