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Oil spikes as Saudi supply eyed

Brent for delivery in June jumped to $US75.42 per barrel, the highest level since late October.

Oil’s other main contract, WTI, reached a six-month peak at $US66.16 per barrel. 506 more words


Prayer to Saint Joseph the Worker - Free Print Out for Your Family Prayer Book

I haven’t done this as a novena as this feast falls just after Easter and Divine Mercy Sunday. The prayer focuses on the innate goodness of work and our ability to give glory to God through working with our talents. 79 more words


St. Mark the Evangelist

St. Mark was converted to the faith by the Prince of the Apostles, whom he afterwards accompanied to Rome, acting there as his secretary or interpreter. 395 more words


Today’s “Throwback Thursday” post was originally published on July 27, 2015 and has been slightly revised.

Catherine of Siena, Italy (1347-1380) is one of Roman Catholicism’s most highly revered and venerated saints.

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The founder of Proud Catholics World wide is interviewed on the movement.

Who are “Proud Catholics World wide”?

Proud Catholics World wide are Catholics who are proud to be Catholics. We love the Catholic Faith and are happy and proud to be Catholics. 1,394 more words


Le Grand Dame

Rumors contine to swirl about the fire at Notre Dame. I’m disappointed that an historic structure of amazing architecture that presided over the Île de la Cité  for almost a millennium has gone up in flames–not because of its substance in Xtianity. 1,008 more words

In the Image and Likeness of God

“And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.” (Gen 1:26)

Origen (185-253), who lectured at the catechetical school in Alexandria, taught that man received the dignity of the image of God at his creation, but that each person acquires the perfection of the likeness of God through his personal efforts, aided by the grace of God. 389 more words