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True Devotion to Our Lady

True Devotion to Our Lady Part I St. Louis Marie Grignion de Monfort He was born January 31, 1673 at Montfort, France Ordained priest in 1700 and joined the Dominican Third Order Preached and organized Rosary

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Lenten Almsgiving of a Different Kind

Dear Family,

Because our community relies on Divine Providence, I rarely have to ask our friends for support, but that day has come.

Would you kindly consider a donation to the Knights of the Holy Eucharist as part of your Lenten almsgiving?

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Beauty Will “Not” Save The World

Okay, I think we need to get this right this Advent as we look toward the cultural richness and beauty of Christmas.

Too many writers are publishing articles on the need for a restoration of the sacred by headlining or quoting the passage, “beauty will save the world.” Um… restoration of the sacred, the importance of the language of beauty — all yes! But beauty “will not” save the world. Here is why.

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Vice necessarily follows upon public nudity

Pope Pius XII on August 15, 1954 delegated Cardinal Ciriaci to issue a letter on modesty. It is worth recounting this little gem. “Everyone knows that during the summer months particularly, things are seen here

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While Christians Are Dying For Their Faith

Excerpts from Cardinal Sarah’s book, ‘God or Nothing’… “While Christians are dying for their faith and their fidelity to Jesus, in the West, men of the Church are trying to reduce the requirements of the

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Jesus to St. Catherine: I will wash the face of my bride, Holy Church

This article a great reminder of our world today, the fractured heart of the Church which St. Catherine was sent to mend. http://www.catholicworldreport.com/2012/04/27/catherine-of-siena-and-leaving-the-church/ And so it is in our time, God is sending saints, like

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Putting Christ in Our Boat This Independence Day

In today’s Mass Readings we hear of angels urging Lot to take his family out of Sodom on the eve of its destruction (Genesis 19:15-29) and Christ rebuking the storm on the sea (Matthew 8:23-27).

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A Little Prayer to Transform Your Day

Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I adore Thee profoundly. I offer Thee the most precious Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, present in all the tabernacles of the world, in

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Supernatural Rainbow Love

  Apart from the usual seasonal highwater of summer marriages thereis certainly a lot of marching “for love” going on. And with that an increasing number of politicians clamoring to catch the love-wave for press

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Invasion of the Vulgars

With all the unbridled web-critique of Catholics by Catholics there is a marked erosion of the respect due the ‘office’ of priest, bishop, and even pope; a tearing of the Eucharistic cloth of Christian unity

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Authentic Counter Terror — The Eucharist

Did you know St. Damien of Molokai was a member of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary which grew as a spiritual response to the ‘terror’ of the French Revolution? The

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Every Man a Penny

A crucial observation from writer Michael Cook on the nature of mercy in Pope Francis’ pontificate: A young officer in the Gestapo has been condemned to death by the French Resistance after the Germans have

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The Penitential Character of the Crusades

An excerpt from “Inventing the Crusades” by Dr. Thomas F. Madden. “One can never understand the Crusades without understanding their penitential character.” All the Crusades met the criteria of just wars. They came about in

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The Quality of Mercy

“The quality of mercy is not strained…” so begins Portia’s lines from The Merchant of Venice (Act IV, Scene 1) where Shylock is intent on taking a pound of flesh from Antonio who has defaulted

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An Eagle Stricken with an Arrow

The ancient Greek, Aeschylus, (Robert F. Kennedy’s favorite poet) had this to say in one of his tragedies, So in the Libyan fable it is told That once an eagle, stricken with an arrow, Said,

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God’s celestial poetry!

In the recent sci-fi film, Arrival, the story’s premise pivots on language being a gateway to time. Although such films are esoteric and Gnostic, there is something very true about God who gives us his

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The Reasons Christ Was Born on December 25th

An Excerpt from ‘God’s Birthday’ by Dr. Taylor Marshall Dr. Taylor Marsall writes… Secular magazines and “experts” on the History Channel love to gloat over Christians every December and “prove” how Christ was not born

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Re-Engineering Language

Here is a page from history that may help us understand the attempts to re-engineer language today. Keith Michael Baker, in his Inventing the French Revolution writes, “Yet revolutionary actors were indeed particularly conscious of

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Passing the Buck in Eden

On the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception we are reminded of how the pure and ever Virgin Mary, the New Eve, through her humility cultivated by God in the singular grace of her conception —

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The Star of Bethlehem Flower

Did you know that the Star of Bethlehem flower, a symbol of purity and love, can be baked into bread. Truly. So let’s take a step back and take that in. Christ was born in

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The Effects of Prayer

Prayer, like a soft spring rain can soften the most hardened hearts and obstinate wills. It encircles the globe like a golden ring, reaching those most in need of its benefits. In his book, Guides

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Saint Andrew Christmas Novena

“Hail and blessed be the hour and the moment in which the Son of God was born of the most pure Virgin Mary, at midnight, in Bethlehem, in piercing cold. In that hour, vouchsafe, O

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If An Angel Allowed Me One Suggestion

Today I stumbled, in a good way, upon this quote from Malcolm Muggeridge’s daughter-in-law, Anne Roche Muggeridge. “If an angel allowed me one suggestion as to what more than anything else would most quickly restore

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