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Whole40 Lent with St.Joseph.

Many times Ash Wednesday has caught me off guard. It came before I had a plan in place. So, I have learned now to make a plan for lent a few weeks before hand.   Studies show that to make the best out of things (such as vacations, goals, etc.), having a plan and a...

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Jesus Prayer: A mini-Retreat

The Jesus prayer is rooted in deep scripture as a prayer to help one see God's will and call out His mercy. Two blind men followed Jesus as they cried aloud to Jesus to have mercy on them.  "And as Jesus passed on from there, two blind men followed [him], crying out,...

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SUNDAY WITH THE SAINTS: A MIRACULOUS DAY:

On November 27th, We will be celebrating the Feast of the Miraculous Medal, St. Catherine Laboure.  Her story is beautiful and inspirational. One day, July 1830, a child's voice called her into the chapel where our Blessed Virgin Mary was waiting for her. Blessed...

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Sundays with the Saints: Honor & Pray for Souls.

We will celebrate two fantastic feast days in Our Catholic liturgical year soon, All Saints and All Souls. All Souls Day, "The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed," is set aside in the Church to honor the dead by remembering them, praying for them, and...

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Sundays with the Saints: Saint Sisters.

We will be celebrating soon the feast days of two of my favorite saints, my sister saints, of St. Therese and St. Faustina. I never thought much of them as sister saints until the year of Mercy 2016, as I read a book that was part of my Merciful Love conversion.  33...

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Sundays with the Saints: Queenship of Mary

On August 22nd is the Feast day of the Queenship of Mary.  It is so beautiful that during the month of August which is decadete to Mary, we have these beautiful feast day of Assumption as well Queenship! How bless we are that we take time to honor the Mother of God....

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Sunday with the Saints: St. Ignatius of Loyola

St. Ignatius of Loyola is a well-known saint, who founded the Jesuit Order.  Yet for this solider who was resting as a result of a battle injury needed a spiritual awakening. It took words to bring about this spiritual awakening of a Spanish theologian, one of the...

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Sunday with the Saints: Feast of the Two Hearts

This devotion is based entirely upon the symbolism of the heart. It is this symbolism that imparts to its meaning and its unity, and this symbolism is admirably completed by the representation of the Heart as wounded. Since the Heart of Jesus appears to us as the...

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Sunday with the Saints: Come Holy Spirit!

Pentecost is the celebration of the person of the Holy Spirit coming upon the Apostles, Mary, and the first followers of Jesus, who were gathered together in the Upper Room. When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place. And suddenly a sound...

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Petition to Our Lady of The Holy Rosary of Pompeii.

Today on May 8th, is the Feast day of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Pompeii. This story is amazingly beautiful about Blessed Bartolo Longa a lawyer that was a baptized Catholic yet fell away was influenced by two former priests at the University. He became very...

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