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Father John A. Hardon was a tireless Catholic writer. Some of his best-known books are the Catholic Catechism, the Modern Catholic Dictionary, and the Treasury of Catholic Wisdom. But over and above these, he wrote literally thousands of articles of timeless value dealing with practically all aspects of the Catholic Faith. Many of these are contained in this archive. Upon reading them you will discover the mind and expressions of a saint who always wrote to help his readers more deeply know and love the Catholic Church and her faith. Few, either in the past or in the present, have written about these matters as well as Father Hardon.

Fr. Burns K. Seeley, S.S.J.C., Ph.D.
Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J.
 

Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J.

Father Hardon gave countless talks and lectures on the Catholic Faith at churches, schools, universities, retreat houses, conference halls, apostolic organizations, religious orders, special events and for radio and television in addition to the numerous homilies he gave at Mass. He also wrote for literally hundreds of publications and published countless books. If you have any of Father Hardon's works, we ask you to please send them to us at qcs@therealpresence.org so that the Catholic Faith he so loved and so eloquently spoke about may be shared with everyone.

If you would like to transcribe an audio CD of one of Fr. Hardon's talks, please send your email request to transcriber@therealpresence.org

All are invited to learn how Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J. started the Marian Catechists and how you too are encouraged to become a Marian Catechist in the service of the Church.

The Father John A. Hardon, S.J. Media Apostolate has prepared a World Communications Day Media Manual for parishes who have accepted the Church’s yearly worldwide call to catechize and evangelize mankind through the use of the modern means of social communications.

Enjoy A Day of Recollection with Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J.



Abortion & Euthanasia (11) Divine Mercy (1) Lent (2) Priesthood (39)
Angelology (30) Early Fathers (2) Letters (3) Pro-Life (8)
Apostolates (11) Ecclesiology (2) Marian Catechist (11) Protestantism & Non-Christian Religions (71)
Beatitudes (8) Education (32) Mariology (47) Questions and Answers (24)
Catechism & Catechesis (13)      Eschatology (7) Marriage (9) Quiz and Answer Key (73)
Chastity (15) Eucharist (64) Martyrdom & Suffering (8) Religious Life (81)
Christian Morality (4) Evangelization (14) Mass (10) Sacraments (19)
Christian Spirituality (37) Faith (15) Maxim (2) Sacred Heart (14)
Christian Unity (7) Faith & Morals (6) Media (8) Sacred Scripture (26)
Christology (27) Family (31) Metaphysics & Philosophy (6)      Saints and Biographies (47)
Christopher Columbus (6) Fr. Hardon (19) Miracles (8) Sermons & Conferences (33)
Church & Dogma (45) God (42) Missions (1) Sin (15)
Class Charts (40) Grace (14) Moral Theology (13) Spiritual Exercises (43)
Commandments (23) Heresies & Heretics (13)      Mystical Body (3) Theology (2)
Communism (3) Holy Spirit (11) Mysticism (1) Trinity (1)
Demonology (11) Josephology (3) Papacy (17) Vatican II (2)
Discernment (2) Jubilee 2000 (2) Prayer (65) Virtues (10)

 MP3 Audio Archives (2753)

 Video Archives (262)


TEACH ME, O LORD

Teach me, my Lord, to be kind and gentle in all the events of life, in disappointments, in the thoughtlessness of others, in the insincerity of those I trusted, in the unfaithfulness of those on whom I relied.

Let me put myself aside, to think of the happiness of others, to hide my pains and heartaches, so that I may be the only one to suffer from them.

Teach me to profit by the suffering that comes across my path. Let me so use it that it may mellow me, not harden or embitter me; that it may make me patient, not irritable; that it may make me broad in my forgiveness, not narrow, proud and overbearing.

May no one be less good for having come within my influence. No one less pure, less true, less kind, less noble for having been a fellow traveler in our journey toward eternal life.

As I go my rounds from one task to another, let me say, from time to time, a word of love to You.

May my life be lived in the supernatural, full of power for good, and strong in its purpose of sanctity. Amen.

(Father John A. Hardon Catholic Prayer Book with Meditations p.49)



Conviction is the basis of courage, certitude is the foundation of peace. The secret of achievement is to have the peaceful courage of possessing the truth and acting on this conviction in everything we do.

Fr. John A. Hardon, S. J., from Who’s Who In America (p.1466)




Questionnaire for Life and Virtues

Cause of Servant of God Father John A. Hardon, S.J.

This is the approved questionnaire for submission of your testimony to the sanctity of Father John A. Hardon, S.J.



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