Saint Polycarp shepherded his Christian flock as Bishop in what was called Smyrna (present-day Izmir, Turkey). He trusted God even in the darkest of days. Polycarp lived among pagans and under a government that was opposed to Christianity. Just before he was martyred for his faith, Polycarp said the following: “Father… I bless Thee, for […]
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Saint Mother Teresa
How often do Christians feel that God has abandoned them or may be nothing more than a fantasy? If these believers are honest with themselves, they have to admit that the temptation for unbelief or feeling abandoned by God is — at times — common to everyone. In investigating Mother Teresa’s life and its cause […]
January 23 ~ Strengthening Our Faith
February 25 ~ Heeding God’s Call
Why would a 56-year-old Protestant decide to become a Roman Catholic?
The answer is simple: I finally heeded God’s call.