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Book Review: The Pilgrimage by Laura Radiconcini

We’re moving back into fiction, this week.

I’m not a huge fan of vampire stories. The vampire mythos just… tends to be a little tired. I mean, I can think of three separate series of vampire books where there was a significant relationship triangle between a human woman, a vampire, and a werewolf. 653 more words

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January 20 - St. Sebastian

Site 17: Rome, Italy

Saint Sebastian died for the faith during Diocletian’s reign of the Roman Empire in year 287, when Christians were under persecution. Sebastian healed from the state’s initial attempt to kill him by bow and arrow, but after his survival Sebastian continued to profess the faith, for which he was clubbed to death. 82 more words

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December 26 - St. Stephen, martyr

Site 16: Rome, Italy

Hi guys, sorry to be a day late on this post.  In fact yesterday we made the pilgrimage to our first martyr’s relics, and I carried you all with me in prayer like I always do.  201 more words

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December 25 - Nativity of Jesus

Site 15: Rome, Italy

My brother is here in Rome with me and for Christmas, we share with you our journey to Jesus’s manger in the  Basilica of Saint Mary Major.  285 more words

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Christmas novena day 9

Opening Prayer

O Lord, Word of God, You, whose glory is complete, came to us in perfect humility as a child in the womb. Your love for us and humility is unsurpassed and brings us to our knees in prayer and worship. 160 more words

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Christmas novena day 8

Opening Prayer

O Lord, Word of God, You, whose glory is complete, came to us in perfect humility as a child in the womb. Your love for us and humility is unsurpassed and brings us to our knees in prayer and worship. 153 more words

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Christmas novena day 7

Opening Prayer

O Lord, Word of God, You, whose glory is complete, came to us in perfect humility as a child in the womb. Your love for us and humility is unsurpassed and brings us to our knees in prayer and worship. 159 more words

The Pilgrimage