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The veneration of water in 12 objects…..number 12 the ampulla

For the final examination of water veneration finishing with one of the most distinctive objects. Of course the most important aspect of visiting a holy well is to take the water. 640 more words


Hispanic Heritage Month: 2 days with Lourdes Pérez

As part of Hispanic Heritage Month, Puerto Rican composer Lourdes Pérez will perform in concert Oct. 2 and lead a songwriting workshop Oct. 3.

Pérez, a well-known contemporary recording artist, songwriter, composer, arranger, poet, contralto vocalist and acoustic guitarist, will play a free concert in the Performing Arts Complex, room 106, Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. 346 more words

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception (8 Dec 2014)

In my opinion, the best religious movie that Hollywood has produced has been “The Song of Bernadette,” based on the book of the same name by a famous Austrian Jewish author, Franz Werfel. 402 more words

Daily Messages

Our Lady of America, The Immaculate One

Guest Column

(Dan Lynch retired as a lawyer in 1996 to devote himself full time to working to spread devotion to Our Lady of America; Jesus, King of All Nations; and Our Lady of Guadalupe. 2,970 more words

Pope John Paul The Great

From the cutting room floor: Lourdes

I’ve been busy with working on my end presentation for module 1 of the Trendacademy (more on that later). It’s over now and it went well (although there’s always room for improvement) and now I have a month off. 330 more words



Lift your eyes to the mountains
And see the crosses darken the diamond sky
That turns the color of the granite stone and
Then bleeds to midnight. 213 more words


From the Basque Country to the Holy Waters: December 1989

When I visited France in late 1987, ETA, an armed group of Basque nationalists, were active in Spain with 44 deaths in the previous twelve months from car bomb attacks in Madrid, Barcelona and Zaragoza. 1,407 more words