Finding comfort in the Sacred Heart

Let the one among you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.”Again he bent down and wrote on the ground.And in response, they went away one by one,beginning with the elders.So he was left alone with the woman before him.Then Jesus straightened up and said Read More


With the rash of inconceivable laws being passed in my home state of New York, I wonder where decency and civility had gone. Seeing the governor and others cheer these new laws was appalling to me. I wondered what had changed in the moral compass of humanity and how I Read More

Lenten Meditations: Why Are You Fearful?

Why Are You Fearful? Meditation: On one occasion, the Lord said to me, Why are you fearful and why do you tremble when you are united to Me? I am displeased when a soul yields to vain terrors. Who will dare to touch you when you are with Me? Most Read More

The Wisdom of Saint Don Bosco

Please read the whole thing – these words are from today’s saint – Don Bosco – patron of youth and he has words which if we applied to our life we’d be much better off – “it is easier to become angry rather than to restrain oneself and to threaten Read More

Padre Pio’s “Secret Weapon Prayer”

The Very many times when I chat with people and share how we feel in regard to having a child with SSA, the answer, especially from priests, is to pray. Pray longer, pray harder is the suggestion. I thought about that advice and believe a third suggestion is in order. Read More


Human life, then, we may see as the preparing for the life of Heaven. It means, on the one hand, complete self-conquest. The soul must conquer the body and bring it into full obedience to God’s law; and the soul must itself come into full submission to God. It has, Read More