. . . from Fr. Dennis Kolinski S.J.C. , a member of the Clerks of St. John Cantius in Chicago, found in his Manual for Conquering Deadly Sin, published by TAN Books:
Today’s world is permeated, probably more so than at any other time in history, with temptations and the attractions of sin. It could be said that in the past you had to go out of your way to be bad, whereas now it seems you must go out of your way to be good. Therefore, in order to cultivate the life of virtue that will enable us to resist the inclination to sin, we must order our lives in such a manner that we live in the presence of God, directing our actions accordingly and trying to always see everything through the eyes of God.
Without a life of prayer and sacrifice, this is almost impossible. We…
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