Monthly Archives: November 2020

“We Have Found the Messiah!” Feast of Saint Andrew, Apostle and Martyr

On November 30, Catholics worldwide celebrate the feast of St. Andrew, apostle and martyr. St. Andrew is said to have spread Christianity in Russia and Asia minor after Pentecost in the first century. He was crucified by the Romans in Greece … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, November 29 First Sunday of Advent Roman Ordinary calendar St. Saturninus Book of Isaiah 63,16b-17.19b.64,2b-7. You, LORD, are our father, our redeemer you are named forever. Why do you let us wander, O LORD, from your ways, and harden our hearts so that we … Continue reading

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“The Threefold Coming of Christ”

by Father George Roth (FI) First Sunday of Advent: 29th November 2020 “And this do, understanding the time, for it is now the hour for us to rise from sleep, because now our salvation is nearer than when we came … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Kibeho’s Messages Concern the Whole World

Kibeho is a small village located in southwestern Rwanda. Our Lady’s apparitions in Kibeho, Rwanda, began on November 28, 1981, and ended on November 28, 1989. November 28, 1981 was a time of increasing tension between the Tutsi and Hutu groups. The … Continue reading

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De Mattei: The Safest Vaccine Against The Coronavirus

 Roberto de Mattei RadioRomaLibera November 24, 2020 From Rorate Caeli: Over the last few weeks several of the world’s most important pharmaceutical companies have announced the imminent production of vaccines against Covid 19.  Commenting on this news, an esteemed Italian … Continue reading

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Christian Martyrdom in our Times

Have you heard of Blessed Miguel Pro? He chanted “Long Live Christ the King!” as he gave his life to Christ! Listen below to this amazing conversation about Christian martyrs. Are you prepared for the possibility of dying for Christ? … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving in the Words of St Catherine of Sienna

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you! And we do always have so much to be thankful for! When we think on it, thanksgiving is the language of heaven and all of our favorite saints were proficient at this most joyous … Continue reading

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Give us the Son of the Father

From Ann Barnhardt’s blog: So one of my absolute favorite, make-the-hair-on-my-arms-stand-up dynamics is when God, in His perfect and unsearchable Providence, causes even His enemies to testify, unknowingly but unmistakably, to His Godhead and His infinite love. For me, these … Continue reading

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Graces abound when we pray the Memorare

The name Memorare, meaning “remember,” is the first word in the Latin version of the prayer. There are various English translations of the prayer but the following one is the most common:“Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known … Continue reading

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Learning the Four Last Things with Dante Alighieri

A Sermon by Father Richard Cipolla “For as the lightning comes forth from the east and shines even to the west, so also will the coming of the Son of Man… And he will send forth his angels with a … Continue reading

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A Holy Soul Comes to the Rescue of its Benefactor

From ‘Mary’s Blog’ France, 1827, at the height of the same time period Les Misérables was set.  A young servant girl was working in a household ’til such time as her employers moved to Paris and took her with them. She had … Continue reading

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Are We Living In The End Times?

from Fr. George W. Rutler’s ‘Weekly Column’ These days I am frequently asked if we are living in the “End Times.” As the grace of Holy Orders does not make me a seer, I defer, as is prudent, to the … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, November 22 Christ the King – Solemnity Roman Ordinary calendar St. Cecilia Book of Ezekiel 34,11-12.15-17. Thus says the Lord GOD: I myself will look after and tend my sheep. As a shepherd tends his flock when he finds himself among his scattered … Continue reading

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November 21: The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Temple

As William Wordsworth wrote in his famous poem, The Virgin, Mary is “our tainted nature’s solitary boast.” We celebrate that special grace given to Mary and all that flows from it. The life and person of Mary is that greatest … Continue reading

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Top Catholic Bishop Slams Joe Biden: He Would Promote Abortions Up to Birth at Taxpayer Expense

From Life News: Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron will lead a new committee of Catholic leaders to respond to Joe Biden’s pro-abortion agenda, should he be confirmed president of the United States. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced the … Continue reading

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