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An Extraordinary Heroism of the Will

Being a Catholic priest today demonstrates an extraordinary heroism of the will. No matter what dissenting theologians may say, it is impossible to separate the priesthood from the liturgy. One can always repeat in an exaggerated way that a priest

Long live Christ the King!

On Sunday, November 22, 2020 we will celebrate one of the feasts most special to Miles Christi: the liturgical Solemnity of Christ the King. Those of us enrolled in this small militia desire to “be more devoted and to distinguish

The Journey to Sainthood

What are the steps necessary for beatification and canonization? The canonical norms concerning the procedures that must be followed in the declaration of beatification or canonization are contained in the Apostolic Constitution Divinus Perfectionis Magister, promulgated by Pope John Paul

“Do not be afraid to go against the current!”

In April 2004, Pope St. John Paul II made a Palm Sunday plea to youth to go fearlessly “against the current” in proclaiming the Cross of Christ, the redeeming salvation for mankind.  Addressing some 30,000 pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s

The sacred value of human life written in natural law

In reference to the encyclical Evangelium Vitae, Most Rev. Elías Yanes, former Archbishop of Saragosa (Spain), gave a brilliant speech that is worth knowing. “Every man,” he affirms, “sincerely open to the truth and to the good, with the light

The Rosary of the Mater Dolorosa

September 15 is a special day for Miles Christi: the feast of the Mater Dolorosa—Our Lady of Sorrows. Considering the many graces that Miles Christi has received from our Lord through the mediation of the Mater Dolorosa, how can we

Mater Dolorosa, Cause of our Joy

The devotion that we have in Miles Christi for the Most Blessed Virgin is centered above all on this most beautiful title: Mater Dolorosa, causa nostrae laetitiae – Mother of Sorrows, cause of our joy – whose feast we celebrate

Accustom yourself to praying the Angelus

When John Paul II visited the Italian city of Arezzo, the ‘birthplace’ of the Angelus, he took advantage of the hour of midday to tell us: “This midday pause for a moment of Marian prayer is always so inspirational. It