Tomorrow, May 4th, is the remembrance of the discovery of the Holy Cross by St. Helena, mother of Constantine the Great. This pious woman discovered the Cross of Our Lord buried near Jerusalem in the 4th century A.D. Catholic Harbor of Faith and Morals shares two sermons about this momentous discovery, and more, in their article The Finding of the Holy Cross.
Enjoy this brief poem shared by The Hebdomadal Chesterton, “If I set the sun beside the moon”. Typical for G.K., it is succinct but profound.
Leader, Provider, Protector: A Man’s Mission from Those Catholic Men shows how inseparable we are from our nature and our nature from God’s plan for us, with advice for men struggling to find their purpose. “It means self-sacrifice: stepping outside yourself and focusing on others. You will be a servant. This will require you to place the needs of others above your own desires…As difficult as this can be at times, the payoff is priceless!”