What will you do with your life?

jpiilife“I would like to ask each one of you: What will you do with your life? What are your plans? Have you ever thought of committing your existence totally to Christ? Do you think that there can be anything greater than to bring Jesus to people and people to Jesus?”- Pope St. John Paul II


Ships Aflame: A lesson in Fidelity

Ships Aflame: A Lesson in FidelityThere are various burned ships in the history of the missionaries to the Americas. Who burned the boats? Would you believe that it was the missionaries themselves? Why is it, that once they made it to their destination, they felt the need to burn the only transportation across the ocean, back to their homelands, that was available?


How do I know if God’s calling me?

How do you know if God is calling you?How do you know if God’s calling you? Well, to state it simply there’s no exact recipe, no set formula. As much as you would like to google it, you’ll never find the perfect answer. Your vocation is as personal and unique as your fingerprint.


The Truth about Yourself

Who am I and What will I do with My Life?Who am I and what will I do with my life? It’s one of the most important questions you can ask yourself. Deep down inside, every human person desires to know who they really are and what they are made for.


What is the meaning of life?

Ask Father: What is the meaning of Life?THE ANSWER:
The question about the meaning of life is closely related to the pursuit of happiness and the questions about who I am, where I come from, where I’m going. Most people spend their whole lives avoiding these questions.

Response given by Fr. Colm Power, SHM


Are we important to God?

Ask Father: Are we important to God?

Think about it: God was perfectly happy in the Trinity of Love. So the only reason He created the world is so that man, the only creature God loves for himself, could exist. Despite the fact that Adam and Eve sinned and destroyed His plan, God sent His Only Begotten Son to make us His children and give us life in abundance.

Response given by Fr. Félix López, SHM