One measure of happiness is the quality of one's personal relationships. No one relates perfectly, and even those who relate well can see from time to time they need to improve. In this book, Rev. Msgr. Philip D. Halfacre offers insights to help the reader to do precisely that.
In all interpersonal relationships—especially in the family—there is an environment or a culture. Ideally, a culture of love is created—one wherein each person has the experience of being loved, acceptance, and forgiveness. Friendship entails more than warm feelings and personal sharing; sustaining such relationships and fulfilling the expectations that occur naturally requires real strength of character, especially to persevere through the years.
Aquinas and More Thanksgiving Weekend Sale 11/25/2009
Fr. Vincent Capodanno - Priest of Heroic Virtue 06/01/2009
The Meaning of Lent 01/21/2009
St. Anthony the Great, Founder of Monasticism 01/14/2009
Archbishop Fulton Sheen 01/14/2009
The Seven Capital Virtues 01/06/2009
The Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy 01/06/2009
St. Francis de Sales 01/06/2009
The Seven Capital Sins 01/06/2009
The Amazing Grace Series 12/19/2008