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Saint John Vianney, pray for us!

This is a CP&S reblog with an added prayer for the feast of St John Vianney, patron saint of priests: To recover the sacred in our Liturgy, Pope Benedict XVI, in his Letter Proclaiming a Year for Priests of June … Continue reading

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From the Sermons of the Curé d’Ars, St. Jean Marie Vianney

THE EPIPHANY This is a blessed and memorable day for us, my dear brethren, on which the mercy of the Redeemer called us in the person of the Magi, from the darkness of unbelief, to the knowledge of the true … Continue reading

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Saint John Vianney, pray for us!

The life of the Cure of Ars is a story that really shows that with God all things are possible. John Vianney was a famous confessor, and was loved and revered by his parishioners. People travelled for miles and stood … Continue reading

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Reflections by Pope Benedict and Saint John Vianney on Corpus Christi

A homily given by Pope Benedict XVI on the feast of Corpus Christi in 2011: Dear brothers and sisters! The feast of Corpus Domini is inseparable from the Holy Thursday Mass of Caena Domini, in which the institution of the … Continue reading

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