Evangelization – 3 Minute Meditations Today’s topic is “Evangelization”. The words and writings of recent Popes have made “evangelization” a more common word in the Church today. What does it really mean and how do we evangelize? You might be surprised to find you are already an evangelist. Do you know what you are evangelizing? […]
Today’s topic is “Pouting”. Feelings can get the best of us. We may think of them as childish at times, and they may well be. What do we do with them? Even after our best efforts to be strong and mature about it, sometimes we have to “pout” them out. Luke 2:19 tells us “And […]
Today’s topic is “Obedience”. Obedience is not a word you hear much anymore especially in the secular world. It has greater significance to those of us who fear God and want to walk in His ways, but do we still see it as burdensome? What are we missing? Luke 2:19 tells us “And Mary kept […]
Change me, O God Change me, Lord…but wait…don’t change that…let me stay this way a bit longer. Do I really want to change? Why do I need to change! It’s really everyone else’s fault!! We are delighted that you have chosen to join us today. We pray that today maybe a special day in your […]
Today’s podcasts are excerpts from the book: Magnificat Proclaims.. It is a collection of 19 inspiring testimonies given at Magnificat Meals around the world. Included are excerpts from testimonies given by Diane Bates, Kitty Cleveland, and Sr. Briege McKenna and are read by Elise Botch. Magnificat, taken from Luke: 1, is the great hymn of […]
Holiness – why is it so hard? Why is it such a struggle? Is it just for the saints? Can I really “be holy”? Today’s podcast, provided by Jimmy Seghers of Totus Tuus Ministries, helps answer those questions and gives some practical guidance on the road to holiness. We are delighted that you have chosen […]
Truth or Consequences is an excerpt from the book: Fr. Kevin’s Korner. His words of wit and wisdom were originally shared as articles written for the Magnificat Newsletter during the 16 years he served as Magnificat’s Spiritual Advisor.
Luke 2:19 tells us “And Mary kept all these things, reflecting on them in her heart.” Some Bible versions say, “She pondered.” The original Greek word for ponder is sumballo which means to “throw together.” Think of these 3-minute meditations as a throwing together of thoughts, ideas, and reflections related to a particular topic. They are not meant to be teachings, but rather invitations and perhaps helps to reflecting more deep...
We invite you to join us as we pray the Luminous Mysteries with Magnificat, as we remember especially our beloved priests. Magnificat, A Ministry to Catholic Women’s Fifth Objective is to “imitate Mary through spiritual adoption of priests and seminarians.”
The Paradox of the Holy Cross - what has been a source of pain, suffering, and death has become a source of healing, health, and restoration. What is the antidote for the venom of original sin?
This Lent? This Lent! Not what we expected or imagined it to be. Isn’t that just like God to turn things upside down? To put us where we didn’t necessarily want to be. They say if you want to make God laugh, tell Him your plans!