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Holy Spirit

Why did the Spirit come with wind and tongues of fire?

Pope Francis considers the sameness and newness of God's coming at Pentecost

The fascinating history and symbolism of Trinity Sunday

Initially this feast wasn't celebrated after Pentecost and took a few centuries to find its place in the calendar.

8 Symbols of the Holy Spirit used in the Bible and art

There are many different ways to represent the action of the Holy Spirit, who is one of the more mysterious persons of the Trinity.

How knowing your charism can radically change your life

The Holy Spirit gives all baptized Christians particular graces for their benefit and the greater good of all.

What to do when you feel like a failure

When everything is falling apart, do this.

Resisting God’s will? Soften your heart with this prayer to the Holy Spirit

The Sequence recognizes that sometimes we are inflexible and defiant, like a stubborn child.

What is the charismatic renewal?

The ecumenical movement has had an ever increasing presence in the Catholic Church.

The secret to spiritual freedom and peace, according to St. Josemaria Escriva

If you want to be set ablaze with the Holy Spirit, you need to do this.

Mary is the first “charismatic” of the Church, says Fr. Cantalamessa

Mightn't we pray this Rosary of the Holy Spirit, and a Litany of the Spirit, to prepare ourselves for Pentecost?

How is your relationship with the Holy Spirit?

Is the Holy Spirit a stranger or an impenetrable force? Or he is a friend and a person to love?

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