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“In accepting the Christian message without forgoing his indigenous identity, Juan Diego discovered the profound truth of the new humanity, in which all are called to be children of God. 93 more words


Immaculate Mary (the Patroness of the United States), Juan Diego, and the Lost Sheep

Here is a lightly read post from a few years back :

Sometimes what I find interesting is the clustering of readings, and saints, and seasons, memorials and feast days. 465 more words


"What the World Needs Now, is Light, Sweet Light"

Saint Lucy’s Feast Day is December 13th.   Different cultures celebrate her, but all celebrate with the theme of light.  Scandinavian girls bring Santa Lucia buns and crown their heads with wreaths of candles.   269 more words

Life Musings From A Reiki Master And Intuitive Animal Communicator

Worth Revisiting: The Wit & Wisdom of Waiting

Psalm 130:5-6 I wait for the LORD, my soul waits, and in his word I hope; my soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen for the morning, more than watchmen for the morning.

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Worth Revisiting

Feastday: December 6

Birth: 474

Death: 558

Bishop and hermit, who faced the trials and upheavals of his era. Born in Emessa, Syria, Abraham entered a monastery in the city but was forced to flee to Constantinople, now Istanbul, Turkey, because of raids by local pagan brigands.

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Feasts And Commemorations

Saint Francis Xavier-3 December 2016

Saint Francis Xavier

Saint of the Day for December 3

(April 7, 1506 – December 3, 1552)

Life of Francis Xavier

Early Life

The castle of the Xavier family… 752 more words

Feasts And Commemorations

"Computer geek" takes one more step toward sainthood

On Thursday, November 24, 2016, Cardinal Angelo Scola closed the diocesesan phase in the canonization process for Carlo Acutis, a 15-year-old Italian boy who died in 2006 of leukemia. 636 more words