Monthly Archives: April 2019

Divine Mercy Novena, Day 9 – From Roaming Catholics

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Divine Mercy – Available To EVERYONE

This coming Sunday is Divine Mercy Sunday… St. Faustina, pray for us…

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Divine Mercy Novena, Day 8 – From Roaming Catholics

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Divine Mercy Novena, Day 7 – From Roaming Catholics

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Why Do We Make The Sign Of The Cross?

This is why… “The most basic Christian gesture in prayer is and always will be the sign of the cross. It is a way of confessing Christ crucified with one’s very body … To seal oneself with the sign of … Continue reading

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Divine Mercy Novena, Day 6 – From Roaming Catholics

 

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Divine Mercy Novena, Day 5 – From Roaming Catholics

 

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Divine Mercy Novena, Day 4 – From Roaming Catholics

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Divine Mercy Novena, Day 3 – From Roaming Catholics

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Divine Mercy Novena, Day 2 – From Roaming Catholics

 

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Divine Mercy Novena, Day 1 – From Roaming Catholics

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For Lent – An Examination of Conscience Based On The Ten Commandments

Lent is a time for serious reflection, sacrifice, discipline, penance and renewal. One of the things that helps us with all of those things is the Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession). Some of us don’t take advantage of this Sacrament very … Continue reading

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Reflection On The Notre Dame Fire From Fr. Joseph Gill

From Fr. Joseph Gill: Today, I can do no better than cite three reflections I found on Facebook regarding the tragic Notre Dame fire: First, what survived from the fire? The cross, the altar, the Crown of Thorns. Consider this … Continue reading

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Hail Holy Queen – A Tribute To Notre Dame

As the world recovers from the damage sustained by Notre Dame de Paris, the Notre Dame Folk Choir delivers a hauntingly beautiful tribute to Our Lady, for whom the Cathedral is named. @mattmahermusic @daniellerose @NotreDame @NDFolkChoir pic.twitter.com/9ui7ZLt2tt — Spirit Juice … Continue reading

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