Real prayer is often simple, unadorned, and even blunt. But it has the essential virtue of knocking the ego off of its pedestal and rocking the world of the one who utters it.
Bishop Barron on the Disorienting Quality of Real Prayer
by Bishop Robert BarronMay 12, 2016
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