Daily Archives: December 11, 2011

Guido Marini talks about how the pope dealt with rain showers of WYD 2011

From Romereports: December 10, 2011. (Romereports.com) During the most crowded ceremony of this year’s World Youth Day in Madrid, a severe rain storm erupted. The Vatican’s Master of Liturgical Celebrations had to make sure the pope wouldn’t get wet, something … Continue reading

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10-Year-Old Blind Autistic Boy Sings “Open the Eyes of my Heart”

I know this is not a Catholic Hymn. But the story of the 10 years old boy Christopher Duffley is encouraging and shows so clearly that every single person is wanted by God and His love extents to everyone: Lyric: … Continue reading

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Gaudete Sunday: What John the Baptist Teaches us about Humility and Joy

by Dr. D’Ambrosio, From The Crossroads Initiative On the third Sunday of Advent, the penitential purple of the season changes to rose and we celebrate “Gaudete” or “Rejoice!” Sunday.  “Shout for joy, daughter of Sion” says Zephaniah.  “Draw water joyfully … Continue reading

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