Christians should not live in fear of the devil. We are called to be God-fearing people and what this means is that we live in awe of God and all that he is doing in our lives because of his great love for each of us. Our strength comes from “the Lord’s Resurrection, in the triumph of life over death, of love over hatred, of truth over falsehood, of light over darkness.”
Month: October 2020
What does the duty of religion have to do with politics and law? Just asking the question would cause most modern political thinkers to break out in hives. Morality and especially religion are supposed to be separate, largely private areas of concern; politics, on the other hand, is necessarily public and therefore should be free from these complications.
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It’s clear that we are living in a time of confusion and division, both in the Church and in the world. I am not qualified to evaluate whether this is the worst confusion the Church has seen or not—we have been through some pretty bad times over the centuries—but it is serious. And it is our time and our confusion, so it is something we must deal with.
The word “occult” comes from the Latin occultus, meaning hidden or secret. Its basic principle is that people want to bypass God. The world of the occult is extremely complex and diverse. It is expressed in various ways by such things as superstition, idolatry, and divination, but ultimately falls under the heading of magic. All magic is inherently evil and very dangerous because it has its origin in “the dominion of darkness” (Col 1:13).
Don’t miss Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center in Pflugerville on Thursday, January 7. After a challenging year, reinvigorate your faith and your love for the Eucharist. Dr. Hahn will elaborate on God’s patience as He waits for us to come to Him. He does not impose, but lovingly invites. Cultivate Eucharistic amazement with an evening reflection!
Date: January 7, 2021 Time: 7:00 p.m. Place: St Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church 520 N Railroad Ave Pflugerville, TX 78660 Cost: $20 Register Now This event is sold out. There are two other options, the event is being offered virtually, you can Register Here We are also holding an event on January 3rd at …