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USGF Novena for Life – Day Five

INTERCESSION: Mary, our Blessed Mother, we ask you to intercede on our behalf for your Son’s grace to soften the hearts and souls of the citizens of America. We pray that our society will develop a Culture of LIFE conscience that … Continue reading

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USGF Novena for Life – Day Four

INTERCESSION: Mary, our Blessed Mother, we ask you to intercede on our behalf for your Son’s grace to soften the hearts and souls of the citizens of America. We pray that our society will develop a Culture of LIFE conscience that … Continue reading

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USGF Novena for Life – Day Three

From Fr. Richard Heilman: Day Three:   INTERCESSION:Mary, our Blessed Mother, we ask you to intercede on our behalf for your Son’s grace to soften the hearts and souls of the citizens of America. We pray that our society will … Continue reading

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USGF Novena for Life – Day Two

From Fr. Richard Heilman: INTERCESSION: Mary, our Blessed Mother, we ask you to intercede on our behalf for your Son’s grace to soften the hearts and souls of the citizens of America. We pray that our society will develop a Culture … Continue reading

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USGF Novena for Life – Day One

From Fr. Richard Heilman: DAY ONE: INTERCESSION: Mary, our Blessed Mother, we ask you to intercede on our behalf for your Son’s grace to soften the hearts and souls of the citizens of America. We pray that our society will develop … Continue reading

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The Theological Virtue of Hope – Part 2 of 2

Hope and fear of the Lord differ in this: “the virtue of hope views the infinite good of God to be gained by the help which He Himself gives, whereas the gift of fear views rather the evil of being … Continue reading

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The Theological Virtue of Hope – Part 1 of 2

From Saintly Sages… Two sins against hope are presumption and despair. One who commits presumption counts on the future possession of God and holds that such is possible without preparing oneself by a life of supernatural virtue. One who commits … Continue reading

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The Joyful Mysteries Of The Rosary In Scripture

Originally posted on The Catholic Me:
Joyful Mysteries: (Mondays and Saturdays) The Annunciation The Visitation The Birth Of The Lord The Presentation The Finding Of Jesus In The Temple The Joyful Mysteries (Monday and Saturday) The Annunciation: Lk 1:26-38 “In…

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The Sorrowful Mysteries Of The Rosary In Scripture

Originally posted on The Catholic Me:
Sorrowful Mysteries:  (Tuesdays and Fridays) The Agony In The Garden The Scourging At The Pillar The Crowning With Thorns The Carrying Of The Cross The Crucifixion The Sorrowful Mysteries (Tuesday and Friday) The Agony…

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The Luminous Mysteries Of The Rosary In Scripture

Originally posted on The Catholic Me:
This is not meant as a tutorial on how to pray the Rosary, but as an aid in meditation upon the Mysteries. First, a very brief description of the Mysteries associated with the Rosary…

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The Glorious Mysteries Of The Rosary In Scripture

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Glorious Mysteries:  (Wednesdays and Sundays) The Resurrection The Ascension The Descent Of The Holy Spirit The Assumption Of Mary The Coronation Of The Blessed Virgin Mary The Glorious Mysteries (Wednesday and Sunday) The Resurrection:…

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Yes, He Is…

When Jesus said that He would He with us until the end of the age (end of the world), He meant it.  Mt 28:18 – 20 18 Then Jesus approached and said to them, “All power in heaven and on … Continue reading

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Honoring Our Priests

Yes, there are priests who, like all of us, fall short. Some WAY short. But the vast majority “courageously follow our Lord’s heart”…

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And The Angel Said…

  A Blessed Christmas to you. And you, and you, and you, and… BK

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