St. Paul

JUNE 29: “I HAVE COMPETED WELL; I HAVE FINISHED THE RACE; I HAVE KEPT THE FAITH.” St. Paul’s Operative Faith and the Interior Struggle to Do God’s Will


JUNE 29:  “I HAVE COMPETED WELL; I HAVE FINISHED THE RACE; I HAVE KEPT THE FAITH.” St. Paul’s Operative Faith and the Interior Struggle to Do God’s Will In one of the comments written by a non-Catholic to one of my posts in a Christian group, I was advised to “STOP STRUGGLING” (commenting on the title of our FB page and weblog) for FAITH is the only necessary thing to be saved, basing himself on St. Paul, and “WORKS” are not necessary. []

JUNE 29: SOLEMNITY OF ST. PETER (First Pope and Prince of the Apostles) & ST. PAUL (Apostle of Gentiles)


JUNE 29: SOLEMNITY OF ST. PETER (FIRST POPE AND PRINCE OF THE APOSTLES) & ST. PAUL (APOSTLE OF GENTILES)   “THESE ARE THE ONES WHO, LIVING IN THE FLESH, PLANTED THE CHURCH WITH THEIR BLOOD; THEY DRANK THE CHALICE OF THE LORD AND BECAME THE FRIENDS OF GOD (Entrance Antiphon, Mass during the day of June 29).” Today, we celebrate the solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul, the principal pillars of the Church founded by Our Lord Jesus Christ. Let us recall []