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December 5, 2022



One of the most dreaded sentences a patient might hear is, “You have cancer.” These words bring a chill to the heart. Although great progress has been made in...Read more


December 2, 2022

My sister in law is going through bad anxiety, depression and can't be alone in her house. She lives with her fiancee and are both hoarders and filthy. She went on disability from her work and is...Read more


December 1, 2022

Do not underestimate the power of your prayers. The greater your trust in the Mercy of God, the more powerful will your prayers be for those who need them. The Lord knows all things and He knows who needs what....Read more

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Archbishop Fulton SheenDaily Reflections with
Archbishop Fulton Sheen

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December 5, 2022

"Why must heaven be outside of time?  Simply because none of us would want an endless existence on this earth.  If it were possible for us to live 400 years with some kind of vitamin, do you think that we would all swallow them?  There would certainly come one moment in our existence when we would want to die.  Have you ever been in any one place on this earth that you were absolutely sure would be one in which you would want to spend every day of your life?  It is not very likely.  The mere extension of time to most of us would probably be a curse instead of a blessing.  Then, too, have you ever noticed that your happiest moments have come when eternity almost seems to get inside of your soul?  All great inspiration are timeless, and that gives us some suggestion of heaven.  Mozart was once asked when he received his inspirations for his great music.  He said he saw them all at once in a great heat, a great warmth, a great light.  Then there came the succession of notes.  So it is in writing a speech.  When I prepare a talk, or a telecast, or a book, there comes a moment when the end is seen at the beginning.  One cannot write fast enough.  There comes to everyone, whether he is good or bad, some dim intimations of immortality such as Wordsworth wrote about.  There are, however, men who try to immunize themselves from these thoughts of eternity.  They put on a kind of God-proof raincoat, so that the drops of his grace will not get through to them.  They shut out eternity."

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