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St. Louis de Monfort - April 28th

In the history of the Catholic Church, She has recognized and honored various types of saints…There are those saints who lived quietly for the Lord, never creating waves…they had a subtle servitude for God as they eked out  their way to heaven. 1,044 more words

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Saint Mark the Evangelist April 25th

St. Mark was an Evangelist or one of the first Gospel writers, in fact, as St. Peter preached, St. Mark was a pioneer in Gospel writing as he wrote down what he saw and what he heard.  796 more words

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Divine Mercy Sunday April 23, 2017

Since the year 2000, the Sunday following Easter has been celebrated as Divine Mercy Sunday throughout the Holy Catholic Church. It is a day for the faithful to gather together and seek God’s Mercy and forgiveness. 1,042 more words

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Holy Saturday - Sabbatum Sanctum - Meditating on Our Blessed Mother's Sorrow

Today in the Holy Mother Church, the faithful keep watch… Our emotions are a mixture of joy and sorrow…We are eager with the anticipation of Easter, the coming Resurrection of Our Lord, … 576 more words

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Holy Thursday or Maundy Thursday

Holy Thursday, the beginning of the Triduum… is the last celebration…the last Mass...before Easter. It is the day that Christ celebrated the Last Supper with His Apostles…it is the day He gave the Church three pillars of the Catholic Faith… 588 more words

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Seven Sorrows of The Blessed Mother - Preparing Ourselves for Holy Week

Our Lady of Sorrows, surrounded by her seven dolours: the Prophesy of Simeon, the Flight into Egypt, the Three Day’s Loss of Jesus, the Meeting with Jesus on the Way of the Cross, the Crucifixion of Jesus, the Body of Jesus is placed in the arms of His Mother, the Body of Jesus is placed in the Sepulcher. 678 more words

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The Message of Fatima - 100 Years Later

It was the year 1917, the world was in turmoil…war was raging across Europe, with men using horrible means to destroy one another…Meanwhile in Moscow, Lenin was planning a revolution that would turn Russia on it’s head and change the government and the people there forever. 927 more words