Today, I will be continuing the series on the 7 Gifts of the Holy Spirit, which I started some days ago, there I just made a quick reference of what these are by enlisting them. This time, I will define every one of the 7 gifts: Wisdom: The gift of wisdom is to judge and … Continue reading The 7 gifts of the Holy Spirit: explained.
Hey everybody, just letting you guys know that I'm not forgetting about the page or my blog, it's just that at the moment I depend on my wife's schedule to help me write the posts, as I'm still struggling with my sight and can't do it on my own just yet. This is different from … Continue reading Change of plans in the blog.
This is the first of a series of posts that I will be doing on the 7 gifts of the Holy Spirit. I will be going into greater detail with each gift, I will also be doing a series of posts on the 12 Fruits of the Holy Spirit at a later time. Today, I … Continue reading The 7 Gifts of the Holy Spirit.
I was inspired to write on this topic this last Thursday after I recalled a conversation I had with a friend several months ago after I felt compelled to explain to her that the sin of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is the only sin that is unforgiven either in this life or the next, … Continue reading The unforgivable sin: Blasphemy against the Spirit; forgivable or not?
In Sunday's Gospel for the Feast of Corpus Christi, we hear Jesus' address to the Jewish crowds, commonly referred to as "The Bread of Life discourse" (Jn 6:51-58). In this particular gospel reading Jesus tells the Jews and by extension us that He is the living bread which gives eternal life, he is very explicit … Continue reading A Reflection: Corpus Christi
Yesterday, the citizens or Ireland made the devastating decision to legalize abortion in their country, up until Friday Ireland was the last Pro-Life country in Europe with a 70% to 30%, abortion supporters triumphed in snapping Ireland's last thread of both its Catholic identity and Pro-Life stands as a nation. join me in praying a … Continue reading An urgent call to pray for Ireland.
Pentecost Sunday; the birthday of the Holy Catholic Church. This is shown almost 2000 years ago by a visible manifestation of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles rather than the interior reception when Christ breadth on them at the time which they had received the holy spirit, they received a sense of internal peace, as … Continue reading Pentecost Sunday: A reflection.