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Let the Eucharist Lead You to the Sacred Heart

Devotion to the Sacred Heart, as we now know it, began about its first year 1672. On recurred motives Jesus appeared to St. Margaret Mary, a Visitation nun in France, and during these supernaturals He explained to her the devotion to His Sacred Heart as He craved beings to practice it. He asked to be […]

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The Holy Spirit is God’s Gift to You

Not exclusively to possess us does the Holy Spirit live in us, but also to be is in possession of us, to be ours. For affection must retain, as well as be possessed. He is the Gift of God Most High — Donum Dei Altissimi. Now, the talent that belonged to the giver becomes the […]

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Lessons on Motherhood from the Visitation

Monday, May 31 st, is the Feast of the Visitation of Our Lord. It is a feast day that proceeds us into a deeper ardour of Our Lord and Our Heavenly Mother. It is too through the Visitation that mothers can enter more seriously into the joy of their vocation, as well as the exhilaration […]

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Will the Breath of God Blow on Us, Too?

On Resurrection Day, Jesus breathed on His devotees, a gesture quirky in itself but jam-pack with propose for our gala of Pentecost today. Gospel( Read Jn 20:19 -2 3) Today’s Gospel tells us that Jesus surprised the adherents “on the evening of that first day of the week” by to be provided in their midst […]

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The Saints Who Levitated: Extraordinary and Concrete Miracles

Carl Sagan formerly said, “Extraordinary claims compel astonishing evidence.” Levitation is an extraordinary claim, is ensuring. It is too a claim that is very concrete: it is something anyone can observe readily if it follows. But unlike incorruption, its effects are not lasting, so we have to rely on eyewitness accounts. As with all claims […]

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Pray the Pentecost Novena for the Outpouring of the Holy Spirit & for Our Confirmed

My oldest son make preparations for the Sacrament of Confirmation this year. Even better than good, we have the great blessing that his Confirmation liturgy is happening on Pentecost Sunday. My son will get to have his personal Pentecost on the working day that we commemorate the original Pentecost! Now, he has been through two […]

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How Can Marriage Persevere Through Hardships?

Ben and I gingerly situated our right hand–mine over his–on a monstrous crucifix after we’d declared our commits during the Nuptial Mass. I knew our promise would, undoubtedly, last a lifetime, and my centre fluttered with a exultation I’d never known. I remember dreamily telling my mommy several years later, “I want heaven to be […]

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Mary Grows in Love Through the Sacraments

We can distinguish in Mary a triple motherhood: her joyful motherhood at the bed, her rueful motherhood at the Annunciation and the Crucifixion, and her majestic motherhood in the Cenacle. At Bethlehem, she returned birth to Jesus according to the flesh; at the Annunciation and Calvary, she afforded birth to spirits at the cost of […]

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Christ’s Unlimited Love

Some beings seem to think that the Catholic Church is just another multi-national corporation, Catholicism, Inc ., with the Pope as CEO. Obviously, this view is a bit skewed, but is not totally off-base. The Church is in fact an international organization. That’s actually one of the entails of the word “Catholic”- this religiou is […]

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Five Ways Your Family Can Honor Mary in May

I have a huge devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, but I’m impeded by a lack of design skill( or interest, genuinely) and a stripe of laziness that allows me to be overwhelmed at the lower of a flower. Last year, I attracted myself together sufficient to clear a gap on a rack and have […]