Dear Dan, should I read or use non-Catholic devotional or bible study materials? This is a very important question. There are other cousin questions that
To some of my evangelical friends “Catholic Bible Study” may sound like a kind of oxymoron. But, those of us who know the best kept
If you are looking to better understand the scriptures through spiritual reading or study, there really is nothing out there that is anywhere close to
Catholics Will Lead: Jeff Cavins on Bible in a Year and How God is Working in and through His Church
Claire Dwyer talks with Jeff Cavins about how the Bible Timeline and The Bible in a Year began, what God is doing in the Church today, how knowing salvation history can deepen our prayer lives, and some exciting announcements about the future.
October 26, 2018: Q&A – Mortification vs. Penance, Being Misunderstood, Studying the Old Testament, & Temptations
Join Dan and Stephanie Burke as they answer your questions about the difference between penance and mortification, being misunderstood in the workplace, reflecting on the
“Our Lady’s been promised a victory, but we are called to help bring it about, to rally under her banner and reclaim our world—which finds itself in the grip of this trial—for Jesus Christ.” – Dan Burke
Amy Knight on St. Paul of the Cross and coming to full Christian maturity.
“Finding a good spiritual director is not easy. However, for those serious about advancing in prayer and the interior life, it is important to keep looking until you find a good fit—not necessarily a ‘perfect’ person, but somebody pursuing holiness, knowledgeable about prayer and the Catholic faith, committed to the Magisterium, and deeply desirous to help you grow spiritually and discern the movements of the Holy Spirit in your life.” – Claire Dwyer