Mission Monthly – November 1997

“[People] are not angered by mere misfortune but by misfortune conceived as injury. And the sense of injury depends on the feeling that a legitimate claim has been denied. The more claims on life, therefore, that [a person] can be induced to make, the more often they will feel injured and, as a result, ill-tempered.” … [Read more…]

Mission Monthly – July 1997

“Most persons are indifferent towards their most sacred duties concerning their deceased parents, brothers and sisters, owing to their ignorance of the importance and necessity of the Church's holy memorial services… [those who pray them] are richly rewarded by God for their benevolent act for the dead, and for their prayers to God for the … [Read more…]