Podcast: Reaching New Heights in the Spiritual Life

It was mentioned in the podcast that we would try to post a picture that shows the different degrees of sensitivity in the spiritual life. We are certainly not encouraging becoming a breatharian, or any thing other that would be detrimental to one’s health, but this image gives a sort of idea of how fasting can aid one in growing in a greater attentiveness to the supernatural realm.

We recently went on a week long juice fast, as a means of penance, growing in the spiritual life, and bettering our health for better service to God.

In this hour long podcast, we share some of what we learned, and what we are desiring to grow in, in order to “Put out into the Deep” in the spiritual life, as Pope St. John Paul II encourages all of us to do.

May we all have the grace to move forward in our lives in becoming “living-sacrifices” for our Divine Lord and Savior.


Reaching New Heights – Episode 3


Overcoming Masturbation – Interview with One Who Struggled and Overcame

Sexual Impurity, Pornography and Masturbation are rampant in our times. So many are being told, “it is a basic need to sate your sexual desires!” When in fact it is a basic need if we desire to remain in the natural realm of life, enslaved by our concupiscence, wanting to live as an animal.

We as “children of God” are called to something higher and so much greater. This anonymous woman shares how she was set free, and the many graces that now flow in her life in a way they never could before. And, the GREAT NEWS is, there is HOPE for anyone who sincerely wants to be set free, from this or any other sinful habits.Please let us know your thoughts, by leaving a like and comment below if inspired. Please pass this on to others who may in bondage to sexual sin. May we not sell ourselves short of the Glory for which we were created.

Overcoming Masturbation part 1


Left Catholic Church: Haven’t Discovered Jesus in the Eucharist

I once left the Catholic Church because I hadn’t discovered Jesus’ true presence in Eucharist.
When I returned to the Church I still saw the Eucharist as a symbol until a friend called me on, and shared the truth.
People will tell me they’re no longer going to church because they’re not fed by the priests sermons, etc. And I know immediately they haven’t discovered that Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist.
Catechism of the Catholic Church: “1324 The Eucharist is ‘the source and summit of the Christian life.'”

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