St. Louis Marie de Montfort

Fight with one hand, build with the other

I am preparing to take a group over to Rome on pilgrimage, which is one of my favorite parts of my job as director of Adult Formation for the diocese of Nashville. I will actually be staying in Rome for several days after the pilgrimage as well, to film episodes of 3 Minute Theology on location. Admittedly, this is an […]

Pray the Most Holy Rosary!

Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen once explained the goal of prayer by deliberating on age. He asked the question, “What does it mean to get old?” He answered that we get old in a measure that determines our chronological distance from the source of life. We are born and we count the increasing years that further separate us from the womb; […]

St. Anthony on Spiritual Reading

The Temptation of St. Anthony (detail) by Lucas van Leyden [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

  St. Athanasius (A.D. 296-373) was the Bishop of Alexandria and is a Doctor of the Church. He tells us that his orthodox heart was formed in the desert where he used to serve St. Anthony (A.D. 251 – 356), and out of this service came the spiritual masterpiece The Life of Antony. This biography alone is a wonder worth […]

Daily Catholic Quote — from St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort

"Madonna and Child" (detail) by Sassoferrato

“For we never give more honor to Jesus than when we honor his Mother, and we honor her simply and solely to honor him all the more perfectly. We go to her only as a way leading to the goal we seek — Jesus, her Son.” (St. Louis Marie de Montfort; True Devotion to Mary, #94) Please share on social […]

Daily Catholic Quote — from St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort

"Madonna and Child" (detail) by Sassoferrato

“For we never give more honor to Jesus than when we honor his Mother, and we honor her simply and solely to honor him all the more perfectly. We go to her only as a way leading to the goal we seek — Jesus, her Son.” (St. Louis Marie de Montfort; True Devotion to Mary, #94) Please share on social […]

Daily Catholic Quote — from St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort

"Madonna and Child" (detail) by Sassoferrato

“Since grace enhances our human nature and glory adds a still greater perfection to grace, it is certain that our Lord remains in heaven just as much the Son of Mary as he was on earth. Consequently he has retained the submissiveness and obedience of the most perfect of all children towards the best of all mothers.” (St. Louis Marie […]

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort

"Madonna and Child" (detail) by Sassoferrato

“Since grace enhances our human nature and glory adds a still greater perfection to grace, it is certain that our Lord remains in heaven just as much the Son of Mary as he was on earth. Consequently he has retained the submissiveness and obedience of the most perfect of all children towards the best of all mothers.” (St. Louis Marie […]

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort

"Madonna and Child" (detail) by Sassoferrato

“For we never give more honor to Jesus than when we honor his Mother, and we honor her simply and solely to honor him all the more perfectly. We go to her only as a way leading to the goal we seek — Jesus, her Son.” (St. Louis Marie de Montfort; True Devotion to Mary, #94) Print this entry

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort

"Madonna and Child" (detail) by Sassoferrato

“For we never give more honor to Jesus than when we honor his Mother, and we honor her simply and solely to honor him all the more perfectly. We go to her only as a way leading to the goal we seek—Jesus, her Son.” (St. Louis Marie de Montfort; True Devotion to Mary, #94) Print this entry

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort

"Madonna and Child" (detail) by Sassoferrato

“Since grace enhances our human nature and glory adds a still greater perfection to grace, it is certain that our Lord remains in heaven just as much the Son of Mary as he was on earth. Consequently he has retained the submissiveness and obedience of the most perfect of all children towards the best of all mothers.” (St. Louis Marie […]