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A New Beginning to Pray

Adoration of the Shepherds by Charles Lebrun, 1689

A New Beginning to Pray Beginning to pray is the project of a lifetime.   The entry of the Word of the Father into human history makes this project possible.  This entry is not convenient or easy for God or man.   Love never is.  It demands taking up our freedom in the most difficult and most worthwhile of all human endeavors – the effort to attend to and respond to love. Beginning to pray... Read More

The Trouble with Mary (Part II of II): Pray Tell

July 17, 2013 by  
Filed under Mary, Mary, Paul McCusker

Author Paul McCusker

Trouble with Mary Life, As I Find It I was in my RCIA Class one evening and the speaker stood up to teach about Mary and the Communion of the Saints. At one point she said confidently, “Now, all Catholics know that we don’t actually pray to Mary or the Saints. We only ever pray to God.” I was instantly confused. I knew over the past several months that I’d heard the word “pray” used in... Read More

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