Coronam Vitae

Drawing from the riches of our faith to fill the void of spiritual poverty

“I know thy tribulation and thy poverty, but thou art rich: . . . Fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer. . .
Be thou faithful until death: and I will give thee the crown of life.” (Apoc. 2:9-10)

In many places around the world, the novel Coronavirus has brought everyday life to a standstill, even including the cessation of the celebration of Mass. What can the faithful do to fill this void? Those who seek the Crown of Life can find solace here for their deprivation.

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