CATHOLIC CLASSICS: MOTHER ANGELICA PRESENTS - Season 2
Mother Angelica relays ways to become closer to God and to follow the teachings of the Church in a manner that utilizes her charm, intellect, and deep spirituality.Rent $2.99Buy $14.99
A TOUCH OF FAITH/TOUCH HIS GARMENT
Mother looks into trust and fear - one a virtue and one a vice. If we fail to trust God, we become filled with fear. It will ultimately condemn us to a live an eternity without God’s love. It is our choice, so choose wisely.
WHO GETS PRIME TIME
Mother makes the point that our culture is what she calls “fake.” We ignore what we don’t want to deal with. However, there is so much pain and suffering that we must learn to deal with it through God’s grace and use it for Him.
ALL MY TRIALS
Mother shows how to find Jesus in every trial that besets us. He is there to strengthen us and bring us the soothing balm our spirits need to get through every trial presented to us.
HAVE YOU A RIGHT
Mother discusses a major issue that is traced back to Adam and Eve and befalls almost every person at some time - jealousy. She also shows how hypocrisy is pretending good to achieve an evil end.
CAN YOU COUNT?
Mother quotes St. John’s Gospel, “You did not choose Me, I chose you.” She develops this theme to mean that all of us are called to be missionaries to those around us. It is not just for those who go into the mission fields.
Mother answers questions on trusting in God, why we need it and how it is to be used in our world today.
PRAYER OR PRESUMPTION
When you pray, you must go to God as a Father, not as an automated teller. Prayer is not just a matter of saying the right words and getting your wish. It is a rapport with God
USING THE SCRAPS
True repentance comes from humility. Remorse comes from pride.
Mother Angelica teaches you how to deal with your favorite enemy: that person or thing which often tempts you to sinful behavior.
God the Father always hears our prayers, but don't forget to include your love and concern for Him with your petitions
God doesn't ask us to forget, but to forgive. True compassion and mercy are not easy, but they are necessary to love as Jesus loves.
One of the greatest problems today is one of identity. People have lost sight of who they are, why they were created by God.