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Devotional Talk Series on The Sacred Heart

br augustine talk sacred heart 01full resGiven at Sacred Heart Parish in Lincoln, Nebraska, this series examined the 40 Hours Devotion in preparation for the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart. There are 3 videos. The final two will be uploaded shortly -- so please check back soon!

 

 

 

Talk ONE | Brother Augustine, KHE, | The Sacred Heart | June 21, 2017

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Martin de Porres, The Saint with a Broom

SaintMartindePorres"Compassion, my dear Brothers, is preferable to cleanliness. Reflect that with a little soap I can easily clean my bed covers, but even with a torrent of tears I would never wash from my soul the stain that my harshness toward the unfortunate would create."

So speaks St. Martin De Porres to his Dominican brothers when admonished for bringing an elderly, dirty beggar off the streets and allowing him to take the saint's own bed while he cared for the sick man.

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A Bullet in Our Lady's Crown: Revisiting Fatima Events

olof-fatimaBlessed John Paul II credited Our Lady of Fatima with sparing his life. In one of three later pilgrimages, he left in Fatima what his successor called "the 'bullet' of our anxieties and sufferings."

A curious and dramatic artifact from the pontificate of Blessed John Paul II is found in Fátima, Portugal, where a would-be assassin's bullet poignantly sits under the peak of Our Lady of Fátima's bejeweled crown. The bullet was found in the pope's jeep after the 1981 attack on Pope John Paul II's life. Some time later, a grateful pope presented the bullet to the Bishop of Leira-Fátima. The bishop promptly enshrined it in the crown, transforming a lethal image into a beautiful sign of faithful maternal protection and a son's humble gratitude.

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Blessed Karl of Austria, Emperor and King: 21st October

bl-karl-at-massLeon Bloy once wrote, “The only real sadness, the only real failure, the only great tragedy in life, is not to become a saint.”

Why? Because to be anything less than holy is to remain unactualised. To be called to life is to be called to sanctity.

All men and women, in every age, wherever we live, whatever status we achieve in life, every single person is born with an immortal soul, created in the Image and Likeness of God. Everyone, without exception therefore, has the potential for sanctity, for holiness, which is, simply stated, the full flowering of our personality.

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Cardinal Robert Sarah on "The Strength of Silence" and the Dictatorship of Noise

4814cardinalsar 00000004461In a wide-ranging interview with "La Nef", Cardinal Sarah discusses his new book, published in France, saying, "By living with the silent God, and in Him, we ourselves become silent."

Cardinal Robert Sarah is prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments

Editor's note: The following interview with Robert Cardinal Sarah appeared in the October 2016 issue of the French newspaper La Nef; it was given on the occasion of the publication of his new book La Force du silence (The Strength of Silence: Against the Dictatorship of Noise). The interview appears exclusively here in English by kind permission of Cardinal Sarah. The translation is by Michael J. Miller, who translated Cardinal Sarah's 2015 book God or Nothing (Ignatius Press).

La Nef: This book that you are offering to your readers is a veritable spiritual meditation on silence: why have you launched into such a profound reflection, which is not usually expected of a Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship, who is in charge of dossiers that deal very concretely with the life of the Church?

Cardinal Robert Sarah: “God’s first language is silence.” In commenting on this beautiful, rich insight of Saint John of the Cross, Thomas Keating, in his work Invitation to Love, writes: “Everything else is a poor translation. In order to understand this language, we must learn to be silent and to rest in God.” 

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