Virtue of the Week – Charitable

“No one has ever become poor by giving.” ― Anne Frank, diary of Anne Frank Charity and being Charitable are the focus of our Virtue of the Week.  It is said that Charity begins at home and we have seen time and time again the way that Americans reach deep for emergencies and causes not […] Read more »

Virtue of the Week – Reverence & Preparation for Easter

“Reverence may be defined as a profound respect mingled with love and awe. Other words that add to our understanding of reverence include gratitude, honor, veneration, and admiration. The root word revere also implies an element of fear. Thus, reverence might be understood to mean an attitude of profound respect and love with a desire [...] Read more »

Virtue of the Week – Reverence & Preparation for Easter

“Reverence may be defined as a profound respect mingled with love and awe. Other words that add to our understanding of reverence include gratitude, honor, veneration, and admiration. The root word revere also implies an element of fear. Thus, reverence might be understood to mean an attitude of profound respect and love with a desire […] Read more »

Virtue of the Week – Discernment

Discernment is, quite possibly, one of the most important qualities to develop in life and this week, Discernment is the 4virtu Virtu of the week. Discernment is the ability to understand or comprehend, and evaluate clearly. It means we can see the true nature of things and the quality of discernment allows us to distinguish [...] Read more »

Virtue of the Week – Discernment

Discernment is, quite possibly, one of the most important qualities to develop in life and this week, Discernment is the 4virtu Virtu of the week. Discernment is the ability to understand or comprehend, and evaluate clearly. It means we can see the true nature of things and the quality of discernment allows us to distinguish […] Read more »