Monthly Archives: July 2011

Be flexible

“What will be the crown of those who, humble within and humiliated without, have imitated the humility of our Savior in all its fullness!” — St. Bernadette The highlight of my Cub Scout years was the annual Rocket Derby.  The … Continue reading

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Put on your Sunday best

If you wander into Mass on any Sunday at St. John Vianney Parish, Northlake, Illinois, you likely will see people in all sorts of attire, some of it bordering on the inappropriate. You also will see three or four men … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict XVI on marriage

“In the Apostolic Exhortation Familiaris Consortio, the Servant of God John Paul II wrote that “the sacrament of marriage makes Christian couples and parents witnesses of Christ “to the end of the earth’, missionaries, in the true and proper sense, of … Continue reading

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The Death of a Priest

Each of us naturally fears death, but a priest can approach death with an unusual calm because he knows that is the fulfillment of God’s will. Fr Larry Richards says that his only desire for years was to celebrate one … Continue reading

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Pray the Rosary!

“The Rosary is the most beautiful and the most rich in graces of all prayers; it is the prayer that touches most the Heart of the Mother of God…and if you wish peace to reign in your homes, recite the … Continue reading

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Discerning a priestly vocation

“…that we must choose the state God has predestined for us, so as to be happy in our next life.”  (Blessed Damien of Malokai) God has a concrete plan for each one of us. I still remember trying to make … Continue reading

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The new kid in town

The priest called me late on a Thursday evening.  He was a Legionary I had talked to many times on the phone, but had never met in person. I was a “PR guy” and had been giving him some ideas … Continue reading

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Little things count

I received the following commentary from Melicia Antonio, who will be joining the contributors to Regnum Christi Live. Melicia is a consecrated member of Regnum Christi who lives and works in Monterrey, Mexico. She is a native of San Diego, … Continue reading

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Where are you from?

One unique thing about studying in the Legion in Rome is that we have brothers from all over the world. In my little team has brothers form Brazil, Puerto Rico, Columbia, Mexico, the USA, Argentina, Hungary, Italy and me from … Continue reading

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A Healthy Idealism

“This is the blunder of the cynics when they say that idealists do not succeed. Idealists, consistent idealists, succeed much better than anyone else, because no man can be at ease in the presence of his own neglected ideal. Men … Continue reading

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