Couples: Share a Simple Life of Prayer (Catholic Sentinel)

Prayer is both the gift of grace and a response to God’s invitation to covenant relationship as a married couple. Prayer allows husbands and wives to walk humbly before God in the obedience of faith—it is listening to the voice of God and allowing that voice to change their lives and shape their marriages. Prayer draws them deeply into God’s heart so that every day they recommit themselves to a personal relationship of love and intimacy with Him.

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Our Sunday Visitor Father’s Day Article

“Both men and women look to Christ for spiritual growth,” Deacon Burke-Sivers said, “but they are uniquely different. They have a complimentarity and they have different gifts.” The deacon believes that it is Christ the servant who should be at the heart of a man’s spirituality. “Men are called to serve [as heads of their families],” he explained, “not because men are better than women, but because they are called to lead and serve their families.”

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Behold the Man EWTN Series Interview

I developed the idea for the series while attempting to answer the questions, “What does it mean to be a man in today’s society?” and “How does contemporary culture speak to men about truth, faith, and the meaning of life?” I quickly realized that secularization, radical individualism and moral relativism were eroding the heart and soul of our spiritual lives as men.

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Abortion & The Black Community

The effect of sin through time is revealed in the experiences and attitudes of a so-called “enlightened” culture, which manipulates truth and misuses freedom to such an extent that objective truth has now become subjective and authentic freedom relative, both looking inward toward the self and
away from the Creator.

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