I often tune into discussions on the Catholic Faith. There are many topics that peek my interest. Very often they stem from an interest in the theological as well as an ontological application in my own faith walk.
How do we lead a “holy” life? My spiritual director once said, “We are all saints in the making.” “Really?” I remember saying as I look at the many sins within my own life. So often just when I think I have overcome a sin, I sin again. To truly love God is to look within myself with honesty. It is also about giving myself into God’s hands, and, know that I cannot lead a “holy” life without His grace and strength.
The following discussion with Father Altman and John Henry Westen focuses on exactly that – God’s Divine Mercy and Saint Faustina:
Father Altman is one of those priest who is not afraid of speaking the truth, especially against those in the church who take a wobbly stance on church teachings that have been dosed with leftist ideology, gender politics, and “isms” in general.
Staying on course and walking with Jesus is not an easy one, and a daily examination of conscience for me is one of the most important process I personally go through. It is can be ugly, it can pierce at my own perception of myself, revealing to me God’s truth. It can also be joyous, when I feel the Holy Spirit working in me.