A survey was done recently to find out where people go to find out information about the weather. The daily lives of many people are impacted by the weather.
Saint Theresa of Avila, born in Avila, Spain in the year 1515 was a women of remarkable integration: she worked as hard as Martha at the many tasks of establishing convents of the Carmelite reform, but she drew her energy from the hours she spent sitting at the feet of Jesus and listening to him. She was a mystic, a religious reformer and one of the outstanding masters of prayer.
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What must I do to gain eternal life? A scholar of the law approached Jesus and asked him this question. Jesus wanted to know what the young man believed and asked him, and the young man said, “I must love God with my whole heart, with all my mind, all my strength and my neighbor as myself.”
What is the Rosary? For some it is merely a collection of beads on a string but for others
Yesterday as Father Dave began his homily, he asked us if we were familiar with the expression “the patience of Job”. I think it would be safe to say that the saint we commemorate today, Saint Therese of the Child Jesus had the patience of Job. She was only fifteen years old when she entered the convent. She died at the age of 24 but from 15 to 24 she endured resentment from some of the other members of her community, experienced interior darkness and the onset of tuberculosis.
The saint we celebrate today is probably the most popular saint in modern history. Throughout his life he bore a double cross; painful wounds on his hands and side that bled for fifty years and the cross of being a living saint suffering from the pressure of people who flocked to see him.