HOLY, NOT EERIE! NOVEMBER, A CALL TO HOLINESS.

NOVEMBER, A CALL TO HOLINESS. The month of November, aside from being the month dedicated to offer suffrages for the faithful departed, and for the holy souls in purgatory, has a more transcendent significance. It is not only the month when we are reminded of our earthly life’s fleeting state, the reality of death, of…

Mar. 25: ANNUNCIATION OF OUR LORD (Solemnity). Summary vid + full text

March 25. SOLEMNITY OF THE ANNUNCIATION OF OUR LORD Summary vid + full text   Dear brethren in Christ, on March 25, the Universal Church will commemorate the Annunciation of Our Lord, perhaps the most important event in the history of mankind: God becomes Man, and will remain so forever. In the Annunciation of Our…

POPE FRANCIS ON THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (2016): Through Mary’s complete and unconditional “yes”, God comes to dwell among us. God awaits our “yes” this Advent.

POPE FRANCIS ON THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION: Through Mary’s complete and unconditional “yes”, God comes to dwell among us. God awaits our “yes” this Advent. Below you have the Vatican report on Pope Francis’ Angelus after the Mass of the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. Please do us the kind favor of liking our FB page…

Nov. 30: ST. ANDREW, APOSTLE

November 30: ST. ANDREW, APOSTLE Dear brethren in Christ, Happy Feast of St. Andrew. Born at Bethsaida, he was a disciple of John the Baptist before he became a follower of Christ. He is a man who longed for the Coming of the Messiah. He is characterized by his promptness to follow Christ and his…

NOVEMBER 21: THE PRESENTATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

NOVEMBER 21 THE PRESENTATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Today’s feast commemorates the commitment Our Lady made to the Lord when she was moved by the grace of the Holy Spirit during her childhood to consecrate herself completely to God (see Paul VI Apostolic Exhortation, “Marialis cultus”, 2 February 1974,8). “Mary’s complete dedication was efficacious,…

September 4, 2016 ST. TERESA OF CALCUTTA. POPE FRANCIS’ BEAUTIFUL HOMILY: “May our only criterion for action is gratuitous love, free from every ideology…offered freely to everyone without distinction of language, culture, race or religion.”

September 4, 2016 ST. TERESA OF CALCUTTA. POPE FRANCIS’  BEAUTIFUL HOMILY: “May our only criterion for action is gratuitous love, free from every ideology…offered freely to everyone without distinction of language, culture, race or religion.” Dear brethren in Christ, we thank the Most Blessed Trinity for giving the entire Church a new saint who embodies…