Eternal life

Eternal life
  • Would you be prepared to die for what you believe?
  • “Long ago God spoke to our ancestors in many and various ways by the prophets, but in these last days he has spoken to us by the Son” (Heb 1:1–2). Speaking through his Son, God authenticated the call to repentance with the sign of Jonah. This sign – the resurrection of Jesus – is unique, “inimitable” proof that Jesus’ death had the power of redemption for all our sins.

  • The Battle for Life and Death
  • Homosexualism is a visible sign of the invisible immense wound of the lack of love. God is Love, and this Love has healed me, but also the healthy love of a friend

  • One Day in Purgatory
  • Purgatory and the poor souls—a world almost unknown to us who make our pilgrimage through this life toward eternity. But can we plead total ignorance?

  • Apostle of the Muslims
  • The message of the Gospel remains always in force and is intended for all nations; however, there are regions of the world where the teachings of Christ encounter obstacles and even open hostility. To these regions belong, above all, the Muslim countries.

  • Be for Me a Waterfall of Graces
  • Hamilton, Canada, 
August 6, 1999. Feast of the Transfiguration. For several weeks I had been the guest of my maternal uncle, who had come to Canada in the 1950s.

  • The Risen One Heals Us in the Eucharist
  • The moment at which we receive Holy Communion is of supreme importance, for that is when the Risen Jesus most wants to heal us. Alas, all too often routine creeps in and we receive the Eucharist without a lively faith in the real presence of the Risen Lord.

  • Do Not Despise Prophetic Utterances (1 Thess 5: 20)
  • The number of documented Marian interventions occurring in our times is staggering—over sixty significant ones in the twentieth century alone. Of these the Church has approved thirteen. Some the Church has not approved, but in a great number of cases she has refrained from stating an opinion, either awaiting their conclusion or gathering evidence in order to evaluate them

  • The Adoration of Love
  • Below is the third installment of Christ’s message imparted to a Rumanian nun during the communist persecutions. The full message, published in French, aroused the lively interest of Cardinal James Robert Knox, Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments in 1974-1981. LOA enjoys the publishing rights to the Polish and English translations.

  • For Non-Practicing Believers
  • I dedicate my testimony to those who describe themselves as “non-practicing believers.” For many years I described myself this way. I went in the wrong direction, for in fact I was closed to God’s action in my life. Now, at age thirty, I feel like a wide-eyed infant in the new reality of the world, which God has opened up before me through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Queen of Poland, at Jasna Góra, Poland.

  • A Nobel Laureate on the Existence of the Soul
  • Every human being has an immortal soul. Such was the assertion of one of the world’s greatest authorities in human brain research, Australian neurophysiologist and Nobel laureate in the field of physiology and medicine, Sir John Carew Eccles (1903-1997).

  • The Existence of the Immortal Soul
  • The doctrinaire atheists of the old Soviet Union used to mock those who believed in an immortal soul. It could not exist, they claimed, since it could not be seen on an X-ray. Others were convinced that the human soul constituted a material energy that could be quantified and studied. Still others considered the soul as the mere product of the human cerebral cortex, or else–sheer fantasy.

  • The Gospel Showed Me The Light
  • The house was silent; you could have heard a pin drop. Everyone was asleep. I got into bed, put out the light, and suddenly heard a voice say: “Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful. Stop judging and you will not be judged. Stop condemning and you will not be condemned. Forgive and you will be forgiven.”

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