1 hr 10 min (1 CD / MP3)
What does it take to be effective in the Catholic life? Is it enough to go to Mass once a week and confession once a year? Or should lay Catholics be trying to pray the whole Liturgy of the Hours every day? What practices can help a regular Catholic grow without being unrealistic?
St. Josemara Escriva, the "saint of the ordinary," thought a great deal about how lay Catholics should arrange their daily schedule. In this talk, Dr. Bergsma, who follows the spirituality of St. Josemaria, explains seven daily habits of prayer the saint recommended for lay Catholics who want to become spiritually effective.
This was a succinct, enjoyable talk which was high yield - would highly recommend!
Clear presentation of a plan for layperson full of wisdom
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If you have ever been overwhelmed by the mere thought of prayer and penance, listen to this engaging talk and learn how to grow in holiness by making just a few small changes every day. In this practical but inspiring guide, Dr. Bergsma draws on the teachings of St. Josemaria Escriva to offer down-to-earth suggestions that can bring big benefits to the spiritual lives of modern Catholics!