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St. Padre Pio and the Immaculate Conception of Mary

From RETURN TO FATIMA St. Pio of Pietrelcina’s loving meditation on the Immaculate Conception of Mary and his prayer to her: “From all eternity, Almighty God took delight in what was to be the most perfect work of His hands, … Continue reading

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The Signs a Soul is saved given to St Andrew Avellino

From Mary’s Blog: Born 501 years ago in Naples, his mother named him Lancelloto. He trained to be a lawyer and practiced for 10 years. One day in court, he uttered a mild lie and was filled with so much … Continue reading

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Demons claim a priest

St. Thomas Before the Cross, by Sassetta, Panel, 1423; Pinacoteca, Vatican From The Exorcists Diary: I showed a photo of a man dressed in casual clothes to one of our specially gifted people: I said, “What do you see?” She … Continue reading

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Amazing stories from Purgatory and the afterlife

From Mystics of the Church: Short stories of Purgatory – A remarkable collection of visits from the souls in Purgatory to various Saints and Mystics. “I know when you pray for me, and it is the same with all of the other … Continue reading

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Prayers for the Holy Souls and November Indulgences

Have you lost a loved one who passed away, or know someone who has? Prayers for souls in purgatory can help them! While we can derive great comfort from the hope that our loved ones are enjoying Eternal Life with … Continue reading

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Litany of the Saints

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Can You Introduce a Little of the Monastery into Your Day?

Most of us aren’t called to the cloister, but we can introduce a little of the cloister into our day. Praying for the good of the Church and the world is an apostolate we can all practice. May God lead … Continue reading

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Prayers to Our Lady of Mount Carmel

Prayer of Saint Simon Stock Thou who, with special mercy, look upon those clothed in thy beloved Habit, cast a glance of pity upon me. Fortify my weakness with thy strength; enlighten the darkness of my mind with thy wisdom; … Continue reading

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Feast of Saints Peter and Paul

Peter, who was named Simon, was a fisherman from Galilee. Jesus gave him the name Peter, which means ‘Rock,’ because he was to become the rock upon which Christ would build His Church. Among the Twelve, Peter was the first … Continue reading

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Prayers of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

O MARY, Virgin most powerful and Mother of mercy, Queen of Heaven and Refuge of sinners, we consecrate ourselves to thine Immaculate Heart. We consecrate to thee our very being and our whole life; all that we have, all that … Continue reading

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Exorcist Diary: Demons Tortured by St. Michael Prayer

By Msgr. Stephen Rossetti: I strongly encourage those afflicted by demons to regularly attend Mass. But I know that it is difficult for them, especially for the fully possessed. When someone is possessed, there is a kind of interpenetration of … Continue reading

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Fervent plea to all Founders of Religious Orders

The great Founders of Religious Orders are waiting in Heaven for our urgent prayers, to come to the rescue of their Holy Communities, and that of Holy Church. Waste not a precious moment in these days of chaos, error and … Continue reading

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Exorcism Witnesses to Resurrection 

By Msgr Stephen Rossetti: In the light of the Easter resurrection, I am reminded of a previous demonic encounter.* During a solemn exorcism, we were invoking the power of the resurrection of Jesus and out of the demon’s mouth comes … Continue reading

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The Precious Blood of Our Lord

                                              Giving of blood to God dates back to the years of Abel, son of Adam. Abel gave the best of his flock, (Gen.4:4) an unblemished lamb, in sacrifice to God. Nothing was withheld, the whole of the lamb was given, … Continue reading

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Saint Margaret of Hungary

Repost from  January 18, 2016 by Catholicism Pure & Simple: Today the Church remembers Saint Margaret of Hungary. Saint Margaret was a Dominican nun and the daughter of King Béla IV of Hungary and Maria Laskarina. She was born on January 27, 1242 … Continue reading

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