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Category Archives: Prayers
Recently I came across a photo on Facebook of a Blessed Virgin Mary statue that had settled in the front yard of a property that had been ravaged by an EF5 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. On May 20, 2013, a … Continue reading
Something we can all agree upon. I’m sure that everyone can agree that our country needs all the prayer that it can get. No matter what your political orientation happens to be, it is a great idea to pray for our … Continue reading
A saint who had a tough time in prayer Today’s saint sympathizes with all of those who have difficulty in prayer. Because like most of us, she experienced the distractions of everyday life, a wandering mind, hardships, boredom, challenges, and … Continue reading
Of big beautiful basilicas My art professor flashed an image of a big beautiful Church on the overheads. It was a class in my undergraduate program at a Southern Baptist college where I was required to give the name, date, … Continue reading
The Year of Faith October 11, 2012 to November 23, 2013 “…They called the church together and reported what God had done with them and how he had opened the door of faith…”(Acts 14:27). Pope Benedict XVI recently declared a … Continue reading
For every mother that has ever had a kid that was out of control. Today (August 27) is the Feast Day of St. Monica, the Mother of St. Augustine. She lived during the very early years of the Church (333-387). She … Continue reading
A Multi-Tasking Person I have a particular appreciation for Saints who wear many hats. The Saint for July 23 had many vocations. She was a wife and a widow, a mother of eight children, a founder of a religious order, … Continue reading
These prayers as a devotional are recited daily (obtained from Fisheaters.com). Before each prayer: Pray one Our Father and one Hail Mary. First Prayer. O Jesus Christ! Eternal Sweetness to those who love Thee, joy surpassing all joy and all … Continue reading