Daily Archives: July 19, 2013

Have we lost reverence in Church these Days? How can we recover it?

By: Msgr. Charles Pope In the first reading this morning at Mass there was the familiar story of Moses’ encounter with God at the burning bush on Mount Horeb. Approaching the Theophany, and thus the presence of God Moses received … Continue reading

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Women are God’s Ultimate Works of Art, But Are Not the Artist

Women get painted for their beauty, men for their ugly power-playing. Except Christ, of course, who is painted for His goodness, truth and His beautiful power to gift eternal life to the likes of you and me. Where would Christ … Continue reading

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St John Plessington

St John Plessington, whose feast is today, 19th July, was beatified in 1929. He is one of two Shrewsbury saints to be canonised among the 40 martyrs of England and Wales in 1970, the other being St Margaret Ward. He is … Continue reading

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