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A Cheerful Giver

This morning’s first reading from the Book of Sirach (35:1-12) sounds like an ad for “sacrificial giving” in church. It is talking about paying homage to the Lord… 268 more words

"Be Who God Meant You to be, and You Will Set the World Afire"

“Be who God meant you to be, and you will set the world afire.” This great quote is from St. Catherine of Siena, and I wanted to write something about it. 651 more words

Be Who God Meant You To Be And You Will Set The World Afire

Running away

Running away is something I do well. When things get difficult or I’m not winning an argument, I tend to retreat. Only sometimes do I fight, but that’s only when I have hope in myself. 440 more words

Magone and Mary

Most of the Bosconians I know could very well relate with the naughty General Mickey more than the perpetually holy Savio.  I can perfectly understand the reason why. 447 more words



Who doesn’t like to enjoy the taste of freedom? Oh wait! Who doesn’t like to conquer the weirdest status and lose sanity? Obviously, freedom and insanity do not go hand in hand. 521 more words

Writing & Blogging

Holy Hearing--Sanctification of Senses

From the blog “Saintly Sages,” linked below

External Senses – Part 2 of 3.

Continuing his discussion on bringing the five external senses under the control of reason, Father Geiermann addresses the sense of… 302 more words


St. Joseph, model of every virtue, obtain for us your interior spirit.  In loving and active silence, in the practice of all religious and civil laws, in docility to everything God willed, you arrived at a high degree of sanctity and heavenly glory. 51 more words