Topic: Social and Spiritual Restrainers Content: The “rod” and the “sword”.
Topic: Personal and Relational Restrainers Content: God has given human beings certain weapons to restrain the corruption that is in the human heart. What are they?
Topic: Mary, Our Mother Content: We conclude the Octave of Christmas by gazing on Mary, the Mother of Jesus, our Mother, and the first disciple of her Beloved Son. May we all imitate Mary as she imitates Christ.
Topic: Trusting Jesus Content: The Octave of Christmas is a perfect time to re-commit ourselves to totally trust in Jesus, and to give our lives as a gift to the Father through Jesus.
Topic: Escape the Wrath to Come! Content: The coming of Our Lord brings joy to the heart because he has made a way for us to escape judgment and to enter eternal life. .
Topic: Resisting the Work of the Antichrist Content: The Octave is Christmas is a time to celebrate the coming of the Lord, but it is also a time to prepare us for battle, to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. .
Topic: The Stoning of St. Stephen Content: The Church in her wisdom presents to us the martyrdom of St. Stephen to help us see and understand what it means to be a disciple of our King and Lord.
Topic: The Lord Delights in You! Content: God the Father’s plan from all eternity is to present his beloved Son a prepared Bride. The Son has become one of us, to save us, and to make it possible for us to be united to him
Topic: The Light of God has Come Content: What does it mean that “the light shines in the darkness and the darkness has not overcome it’?
Topic: Zechariah’s Canticle Content: The Holy Spirit inspires Zechariah to prophecy that the Messianic age has begun, that the tenderness of God is being revealed by giving light to those who dwell in the shadow of death.