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An Urgent Call to Prayer

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tv review - FX's Tyrant, episode 1.5

‘Hail Mary’ was a significant step up from last week’s ‘Sins Of The Father’, an episode that was marred by soapy subplots. Here the political intrigue took center stage and even the plots that didn’t have to do with Barry’s efforts to bring about a peaceful outcome to the Abbudin protests, explored issues that had to do with the power relations in the country. 731 more words



Tyrant  Season 1 Episode 5 “Hail Mary″ which airs Tuesday, July 22th at 10.00 PM on FX.

Episode Synopsis: As Jamal prepares to throw down the gauntlet on thousands of citizens gathered in the Plaza to protest his reign, Barry scrambles to put together a summit in the hopes of avoiding violence and bloodshed.


The Angelus

The Angelus (/ˈændʒələs/; Latin for “angel”) is a Christian devotion commemorating the Incarnation. As with many Catholic prayers, the name Angelus is derived from its incipit: Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariæ (“… the Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary …”) and is practised by reciting as versicle and response three Biblical verses describing the mystery; alternating with the prayer “Hail Mary!” The Angelus exemplifies a species of prayers called the prayer of the devotee.[1] 350 more words


Hail Mary?

Sudden Shifts – At the beach, enjoying the sun, nibbling on watermelon. Within seconds, the weather shifts and hail starts descending form the sky. What happens next? 271 more words


I don't believe in angels. Not one little bit. Can Doreen Virtue, queen of angel therapy, convince me?

OK, so I’ve put this off for as long as I can. Get your wings ready and your heavenly thoughts going – we’re about to dive into the world of Angel therapy. 1,149 more words

Praying the Rosary

Not every day is a good day In an Irish Home. Some days are average, some days are not so great, and some days are dreadful enough that we need a bit of heavenly help to make it through the hours. 1,485 more words

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