Catholic Information and News
Catholic Information and News:
The human heart is drawn to the divine. Many people have a sincere longing for holiness and that is why they spend time in contemplation.
We are encouraged to cultivate a profound inner life, contact with Jesus Christ that is both personal and constant. The Fathers of the Church have consistently said that without true friendship with Jesus, it is impossible for a Christian, to fulfill the mission of the Lord.
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Hillsong - With Everything:
Ave Maria, Hail Mary
Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ - Sanctus
Act of Contrition: O my God, my Redeemer, behold me here at Thy feet.
From the bottomof my heart I am sorry for all my sins,
because by them I have offended Thee, Who art
infinitely good. I will die rather than offend thee again.
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What is Prayer?
Prayer is the raising of one’s mind and heart to God, or the petition of good things from him in accord with his will.
It is always the gift of God who comes to encounter man. Christian prayer is the personal and living relationship of the children of God with their Father who is infinitely good, with his Son Jesus Christ, and with the Holy Spirit who dwells in their hearts.
How Does Jesus Teach Us to Pray?
Jesus teaches us to pray not only with the Our Father but also when he prays. In this way he teaches us, in addition to the content, the dispositions necessary for every true prayer: purity of heart that seeks the Kingdom and forgives one’s enemies, bold and filial faith that goes beyond what we feel and understand, and watchfulness that protects the disciple from temptation.
Why is Our Prayer Efficacious?
Our prayer is efficacious because it is united in faith with the prayer of Jesus. In him Christian prayer becomes a communion of love with the Father. In this way we can present our petitions.
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