• Category Archives: virtue

On A Common Curse

As America becomes less and less Christians, some Catholics have become more aware of people cursing others. There are entire religions based on curses. Jealousy, envy, malice, and other forms of sin lead people to curse others. But, the biggest and most common curse is one which most Catholics overlook-the curse of mortal sin. My… Read More

A Tribute to Authenticity

A puppet-master or puppeteer is a person who manipulates puppets, inanimate objects for the sake of entertainment.  A puppet is movable model of a human or an animal. Some puppets are worked with strings and some with the hand. A political term, puppet, means a person, party, or state under the control of another person, group,… Read More

Back to Square Two

Well after the end of the fourth week of the Ignatian Exercises, my spiritual director, who is fantastic, and worth coming to Malta for yearly, has sent me back to the beginning of Week Two. The reasons have to do with understanding the Agony in the Garden. Of course, I was stuck on the meditation,… Read More