Can you be in love with the Lord while you’re angry at the world?
Many Christians are engaged in a spiritual battle with the wrong enemy. Father Thomas Dailey, O.S.F.S. shares how St. Francis de Sales focused on gentleness as a sign of God’s presence in the soul.
Having lived during a period of intense conflict between Catholics and Protestants, this saint knew the importance of true kindness and humility in everyday life — and his insights are more relevant than ever.
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