The Virtue of Piety with Deacon Michael Nevin
Sin, Virtue, and Vice • 3m 51s
Deacon Michael calls for men to live a life of piety through dedication to the Eucharist. In many ways it is challenging for Catholic men today to live a life of Piety. Piety, one of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit. Piety engenders in the soul a filial respect for God, a generous love toward Him, and an affectionate obedience that wants to do what He commands. To develop and grow a life of piety, men must have a devotion to the Sacrament of the Eucharist. Deacon Michael implores men to attend mass as an active participant, and treat the Sacrament of the Eucharist as the most important part of a Man’s life.
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