Category Archives: opus dei

Let Religion be Dominant!

You’ve all supplied good comments and support. Thanks for kicking my digital butt into gear! =) When I was writing about my mom and said that I don’t care about what she wants, I didn’t mean it. I care about … Continue reading

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Questions from the Comment Box

Some good comments, some good questions. Heard from God two days ago. He simply showed me to read Isaiah 51. I’ve perused it. Will probably look at it in depth again. I’m somewhat apathetic right now because I’m unemployed and … Continue reading

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Letter from the Prelature, May 04. 2007

Throughout the Easter season, the readings at Mass present us with scenes taken from the Acts of the Apostles. It is a source of great joy to see how from the beginning, right from the day of Pentecost, the first … Continue reading

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Self-Motivation … in vain?

In an effort to self-motivate to finish a “wretched” final take home essay exam: “Student: form in yourself a solid and active piety; be outstanding in study; have strong desires for a professional apostolate. And with that vigor in your … Continue reading

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St. Joseph

Glorious Saint Joseph, you are the pattern of all who work. Obtain for me, please, the grace to work conscientiously and to put devotion to duty before my selfish inclinations. Help me to labor in thankfulness and joy, for it … Continue reading

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