"Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe." — St. Augustine

Numbing of Consciences








In fact, the numbing of consciences, their indifference to good and evil, their deviations, are a great threat for man.  Indirectly, they are also a great threat for society, because in the last analysis the level of morality of society depends on the human conscience. 

St. John Paul II (Pope)

Where Would I Be?


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"The rebel angels sinned but just once and never got a second chance, but were cast immediately into everlasting hell…I have sinned many times, 'O God, be merciful to me the sinner'…I will think of a soul in hell because of one mortal sin and ask myself where would I be if it were not for God’s mercy?"

Father Winfrid Herbst, S.D.S.

Now Here Is Something to Chew On

(Image source: Wikimedia Commons ) The reason why we find life so hard, mortification so difficult, and why we are incl...