Thomas L. Mulcahy, Author at Signs & Wonders for Our Times - Page 2 of 2

Thomas L. Mulcahy

The Incredible Value of Temptations

Temptations are, as one great spiritual writer has pointed out, the raw material of our glory. Whenever we resist temptation, we grow in grace – and what is there in this life, as Faber asks, more important than grace?

The Amazing Power of Gratitude in the Spiritual Life

“What most attracts God’s grace is gratitude, because if we thank him for a gift, he is touched and hastens to give us ten more, and if we thank him again with the same enthusiasm, what an incalculable multiplication of graces!”

The World, The Flesh, and The Devil

“Our friends were too worldly and too clever at mixing the pleasure of the world with the service of God. They scarcely gave a thought to death…. And I knew that all is fleeting that we cherish here under the sun. The only good thing is to love God with all one’s heart and to stay poor in spirit” (Saint Therese of Lisieux)

Is Hebrews 7:25 the most powerful verse in the Bible?

In addition to John 3:16, Hebrews 7:25 is one of the most powerful verses in the Bible. If John 3:16 pertains, in particular, to Jesus’ Incarnation and Passion, Hebrews 7:25 pertains to Jesus’ ongoing priestly ministry in Heaven.

A Sure Sign You Are on the Right Path

Here, in my opinion, is a sure sign that you are on the right path – that is, on the path that leads to Heaven. Conversely, I would maintain that it is a sure sign that something is amiss in your spiritual life if you devalue this essential means of sanctification…

An Extraordinary St. Patrick’s Day Miracle

The beautiful picture you are looking at is known as “The Irish Madonna of Hungary.” The portrait itself is from Ireland, but it was brought to Hungary by an Irish priest, Bishop Lynch, who was fleeing English persecution in Ireland around the year 1652.