Mother Angelica discusses the important role Catholic voters play in national elections and in shaping the nation’s moral compass.
Mother uses a reading from Luke 7:36 to talk about God's Mercy. If you forgive someone, God forgives you.
St. John says if you say you do not commit sin you call God a liar. Whenever we are disobedient we buy into a lie. Mother talks about obedience.
Mother mentions the martyrs. From the Christians in the Coliseum to the martyr deaths of various popes, these Christians did not die for a memory but a living God--Jesus.
Mother Angelica examines the topic of speaking in parables.
Mother reminds us that we need to see with our hearts, not our eyes in order for us to see the Hand of God at Work.
Mother Angelica reflects on the Passion of Christ.
Mother Angelica discusses Luke 12:46, illustrating how we will be prepared for what comes next.
Mother Angelica looks at Matthew 20, and how it illustrates how tough the world is today.
Mother meditates on Psalms 46 in which we seek God as our refuge and strength and Psalm 51, when repentance should turn into humility of heart.
Mother Angelica looks at Psalm 50, which addresses how God calls to everything on earth.
Mother Angelica lends her insight into the dreams of Saint John Bosco.
Mother talks about tough times that people go through and though God allows difficulties in life, we can know that He will only do what is best for us.
Mother discusses Jesus’ power to deliver us from those things which bind us down.
Mother talks about asking for signs from God and how the saints that live among us are signs from Heaven.