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We’ve all heard countless lessons, talks, and conference addresses on the importance of the Holy Ghost in our lives, and we can easily reel off a list of the amazing ways He can bless us. But there are aspects of the Holy Ghost that are commonly overlooked or forgotten, and it is important to understand all the resources and gifts available to us through Him so that we can go through life obtaining the most peace and happiness possible.

Christine Hill
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I have to apologize for not having these ready at the end of last month. With being so sick it really made it hard for me to get them done. I am working on them every evening now after the kids go to bed so they should all be done by Wednesday (15th)! For some reason my...Read More »

Jackie Weigel
A Brief Treatise on the Fruits of the Holy Spirit - Community in Mission Art, Religious Art, Catholic Art, Biblical Art, Sacred Art, Spirited Art, Catholic Images, Christian Art, Sacred

There was a wonderful excursus on the Church as the Body of Christ in the Sunday readings. Would that we might better appreciate the diversity of gifts in the Church today instead of being fearful or dismissive of gifts that we appreciate less. As a pastor, I have come to appreciate that people find their … Continue reading "A Brief Treatise on the Fruits of the Holy Spirit"

Susan Hunter
St. Bernard says,—"The Lord breathed upon them and said, 'Receive ye" the Holy Ghost.' Christians, Santos, Prayers, Holy Spirit Dove, God The Father, Jesus Pictures, Catholic Faith, Blessed Mother Mary, Christianity

By Henry Aloysius Barry The Fathers show us the personal character of the Holy Ghost as "sanctity," as "sweetness," as "goodness"-—preeminently will-qualities and love properties. St. Augustine speaks of the Holy Ghost in explanatory reference to the dove and the fiery tongues and observes: "the dove on account of holy love, the fire, however, on account of the light and fervor of charity." (Contra Maximinum 1, i. c. 19.) St. Bernard says,—"The Lord breathed upon them and said, 'Receive ye"…

C. Garcia