This Rose will take you a step further after Praying the Mass Like Never Before which can be found here. If you are looking to dive deeper into the Sacred Liturgy and discover a new perspective on your role in the Mass, then this Rose is definitely for you! Calvary and the Mass is aContinue reading “Calvary and the Mass”
Is living as a Christian about the rules and regulations or is it about being loved by Love Himself? Are we living in an obstacle course of sin or do we have a loving and trusting relationship with our Creator? In order to live the moral life, we need to abandon our ideas and thoughts of freedom and instead trust that God knows what is best. Ultimately, we were made for goodness and truth, and it is within the virtuous life we will find peace – a peace that only God can give.
The world will offer you many things, but is it ever really enough? If you’re struggling with selfishness, self-centredness or laziness then this Rose is for you. There is no point hoarding earthly treasures when Eternity is our goal. The main focus of this blog post is to give everything, have faith and become more like Jesus in order to reach Heaven.
Prayer is vital for our walk with God, but why should we pray in the morning? Our daily schedules can become overwhelming sometimes, and by putting God first, we are telling Him that He is the most important part of our day. This post delves into the reasons why we should pray first thing, can help you to forget about the busyness and rest in the silence of God.
Jesus tells us that the Greatest Commandment is to Love God above all else and to love our neighbour as ourselves. If we want to do as He asks, we need to grow in love and service. Following the example of St. Therese of Lisieux, this post will uncover what it means to follow the ‘Little Way’.
Interested in Growing in Virtue? Here are a few seeds to help you get started. In this post you can choose to grow in the virtues of humility, diligence, kindness, patience, charity, chastity and temperance.
Here are 7 ways to get started on sowing seeds and cultivating spiritual roses in the area of Prayer. This post will focus specifically on the Eucharist, Our Lady, Scripture, Silence, Thanksgiving and Petition.
At the Annunciation, Mary gave her Fiat. She said ‘yes’ to becoming the Spouse of the Holy Spirit and the Mother of God. She simply accepted God’s Will no matter what would happen. It was an act of surrender and total obedience of faith. Just like Mary, we are called to give our ‘yes’ to God, not just for the big things. Let us learn how to give God our ‘yes’ in every moment.