I would like to bring to your attention the 2007 Opus Angelorum Retreat Schedule. Maybe they are coming to a town near you.
Until then, consider reading these, starting with a post made by Moneybags at A Catholic Life on one of my favorite confession stories - this one involving St. Philip Neri:
Saint Philip Neri once gave a lady who gossiped the following penance:
"Go to the market, buy a chicken, and pluck it on your way back here, scattering the feathers as you walk. When you give me the plucked chicken, I'll tell you the rest of your penance."
The woman was baffled did as she was told. After she handed the plucked chicken to the saint, St. Neri said, "Now that you've spread those feathers about, go pick them up."
"But, Father! It's impossible to know where they've all gone!"
"Just like the words of your gossip," he said.
Other online articles to read:
- Fr. Andrew Bloomfield on the Didache
- Fr. John Boyle (UK) - South Ashford Priest granted permission for the Tridentine
- St. Therese Society Blog: Reflections on A Man Possessed by Legion (by Fr. Robert Altier)
- Fr. Frank Pavone on Pre-Natal Diagnosis
- Fr. Tad Pacholczyk: Making Sense of Bioethics
- New Liturgical Movement: New Times, New Means of Training (Liturgical Music)
- Sandro Magister: In China, obedience isn't a virtue anymore
- First Things Magazine: Evangelicals and the Mother of God
- Homiletic and Pastoral Review: Catholic Biblical Scholarship