Category Archives: Virtues Daily

The articles here are about the virtues that we live, try to live or struggle to live daily, whether we are aware or not.

How humility can bring you to the Triumph of the Cross

How humility can bring you to the Triumph of the Cross How humility can bring you to the triumph of the cross? Learn from the Kenosis of Christ: A Lesson on Humility (Philippians 2:1-11) St. Paul, in his beautiful letter to the Philippians, made it clear that nothing can make one strong in spirit, firm…

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Canaanites pagans foreigners – love without favorites!

Canaanites pagans foreigners – love without favorites!   Canaanites? Pagans? Foreigners? Who are they? In the readings today, these three groups of people were specially mentioned. But who are they? They are none other than the outcasts, the alienated from society, those who were considered “unbelievers”, “unworthy”, “unclean”, “sinners”. But how did it happen that to the…

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On Justice : Judge not and you will not be judged Romans 2:1-11

On Justice: Judge not and you will not be judged  Romans 2:1-11  1 Therefore, you are without excuse, every one of you who passes judgment. For by the standard by which you judge another you condemn yourself, since you, the judge, do the very same things. 2 We know that the judgment of God on those who…

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Empowering Busy Catholics: How Can Catholics Create a Good Environment at Work

Empowering Busy Catholics: How Can Catholics Create a Good Environment at Work  Hey busy Catholics! No matter how busy you are, you express your faith when you create a good environment at your workplace. Here are some tips on how to create a good, if not an ideal environment in your workplace. We, busy Catholics…

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A Prayer to Claim One’s Worth Before the Lord

A Prayer to Claim One’s Worth Before the Lord  Dear Lord, here I am before you.  It is me as you know me through and through. I cannot hide anything from you. I cannot utter a word which you still do not know. I cannot ask you or plead you in a way more profound…

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