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The month of April is traditionally dedicated to the Blessed Sacrament.
For the rest of this month, my posts will focus on the Eucharist.Read More »
Today, December 12th is the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared under this title in Mexico on December 9 and December 12, 1531.
I’d like to share facts about this event in honor of her feast.
“Know, know for sure, my dearest, littlest, and youngest son, that I am the perfect and ever Virgin Holy Mary, Mother of the God of truth through Whom everything lives, the Lord of all things near us, the Lord of heaven and earth…” ~ Our Lady of Guadalupe
On October 13th, Pope Francis will canonize five people at a Mass in Saint Peter’s Square.
These men and women will officially be declared “Saints” following the Catholic Church’s formal procedure:
Today, August 8th is the feast of Saint Dominic.
Did you know that this saint has an important connection to the Rosary?
In honor of his feast, I’d like to share an interesting article.
It describes St. Dominic, when and why he received the Rosary and a miracle attributed to this prayer!
I’d like to share an article that my dad recently shared with me.
It’s about the 70th official Lourdes miracle recognized by the Catholic Church. The miracle was approved on February 11th — the World Day of the Sick and Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes — of 2018.
It’s the most recent official miracle to date and an encouraging true story!
“O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”
Since May is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, my posts this month will continue to honor her.