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St. Paul Miki & Companions- Martyrs

Today in the Holy Mother Church we remember and honor the 26 martyrs of Nagasaki.This group included three native Jesuits, six foreign Franciscans and several lay Catholics including children. 588 more words

The Presentation of the Lord- Candlemas Day February 2nd

Today, as the secular world celebrates ground hog day, we in the Holy Mother  Church are blessed with the celebration of the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple. 724 more words

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Intentional, Liturgical Blogging?

While I was taking a break and planning my 2017 year of blogging, several fun feast days occurred. I broke my hiatus the first day, when I realized it was the  458 more words


Thursday January 12, 2017 Feast of St. Anthony of Pucci

Saint Anthony Pucci was born in Italy in April of 1818.  He was kindly referred to as “the little parish priest,” by his parishioners. He held degrees in theology but his devotion remained with the sick, the poor and the aged. 399 more words

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Feast of the Epiphany- January 8th

The Feast of the Epiphany or the Feast of Light as it is also called, is upon us once again, drawing to a close the twelve days of Christmastide, which began with the revelation of Christ to Israel at His birth and ended with the revelation of Christ to the Gentiles at the epiphany. 270 more words

January 5th, 2017 Feast of St. John Neumann

Thursday January 5th, 2017 Feast of Saint John Neumann

On this feast of Saint John Neumann, (Oct. 1811-Jan. 1860) let us remember all who have come before us and strove in their lifetime to carry out the will of the Lord regardless of the difficult hardships or obstacles that they faced. 458 more words

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Homemade Chicken Stock: Paella Preparation

I’m making Paella for the first time in my life on Saturday, Oct. 15.  It’s the Feast of Saint Teresa of Avila, Spain.  Fellow food blogger… 323 more words

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