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Wrong-way Train?

(St. Joseph, Michigan) So there I was—having just detrained from Amtrak train 370, the Pere Marquette—preparing to shoot a video of the train’s departure for Grand Rapids, when, lo and behold, some rather inebriated ( 191 more words

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Saint Joseph and True Happiness

“…but the material world, with the possession of wealth, power, and resources, although it may well procure comforts and increase the enjoyment of life, is incapable of satisfying our soul created for higher and more glorious things. 101 more words

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Joseph and the Bread of Heaven

“The first Joseph of the Old Testament first laid in store wheat,

for himself and for all the people of the land of Egypt (Gen. 41: 47-57); 24 more words

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One Guarantee

One guarantee in life is that you will be persecuted for the one thing that you love the most.

We all face persecution everyday.
Don’t change your views because someone does not agree with you. 112 more words

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Quamquam Pluries

Quamquam Pluries is an Encyclical by Leo XIII on the Devotion of Saint Joseph. I know you might be asking isn’t this supposed to be about the Rosary since it is October now, well yes you are right but this concerns the Rosary as well. 446 more words

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Feast day (July26) to the Parents of our Blessed Mother Mary and the Grandparents of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Saint Joachim and Saint Anne, pray for us.

Saint Joachim

Father of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary
(† ca. 7 B.C.)

Saint Joachim
O.D.M. pinxit

Joachim, of the tribe of Juda and the family of David, was a shepherd of Nazareth. 806 more words

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Saint Joseph A Prayer for Purity

Prayer to St. Joseph for Purity

Saint Joseph, father and guardian of virgins, in whose keeping Christ Jesus, innocence itself, and Mary, virgin of virgins was entrusted, I beseech you and do pray by that twofold and most precious charge, by Jesus and Mary, to keep me safe from all uncleanness, to keep my mind untainted, my heart pure, and my body chaste; and to help me always to serve Jesus and Mary in perfect chastity. 13 more words

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