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The Chapel of St. Pio of Pietrelcina (Albay, PH)

One of the many things I am fascinated about are churches and chapels. These houses of worship most of the time have stories to tell and architectural designs that are unique and often, a sight to behold. 200 more words


Knotted Cord Rosary for Processions

 The knotted cord, one of the oldest forms of the rosary, has seen a recent surge in popularity.  The National Centre for Padre Pio in Barto, Pennsylvania, has a large knotted cord rosary that is used in processions.  187 more words

Finding Hope In The Darkness: A Journey With The Little Flower

I never knew who St. Therese was when I entered the Carmel of St. Therese of the Child Jesus & The Holy Face Convent in Gilmore, New Manila that evening of October 1, 2011. 1,752 more words

Difficult Grace

Today on the US Catholic Bishops’ website, I saw the name of the saint being celebrated today. I must’ve been still half-asleep because I was thinking it was some obscure person from long, long ago. 331 more words

Always be faithful to God - St Pio

Always be faithful to God in keeping the promises made to Him and do not bother about the ridicule of the foolish. Know that the saints were always sneered at by the world and the worldly; and they have trampled and triumphed over the world and its maxims. 10 more words

Catholic Faith

Are You Blushing?

By means of the angels,

Jesus calls the poor and simple shepherds,

in order to manifest Himself to them.

He calls the learned men by means of their science. 62 more words

St. Padre Pio on Listening to Your Guardian Angel

Padre Pio had encounters with angels throughout his life and got to know them very well. He also received interior locutions; he had to discern from whom they came and how he ought to react to them. 911 more words