“The Christian who seeks to purify himself of his sin and to become holy with the help of God’s grace is not alone.” (CCC 1474)
Intermittent fasting seems to be a thing these days, but Catholic monks have been intermittently fasting for a good millennium and a half.
Life is largely composed not of high points, but of interludes and codas – a rich soil in which the seeds of sanctity can grow.
Terminal dehydration and VSED are widespread forms of euthanasia — and “intentional euthanasia, whatever its forms or motives, is murder.” (CCC 2324)
How often do you think about your own death?
When we strive for sanctity, even imperfectly, we direct our kids’ attention to the only wealth that really matters.
“As far as possible parents have the duty of choosing schools that will best help them in their task as Christian educators” (CCC 2229).