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A reminder from Fr. Blake: For our forefathers Lent meant getting rid of a great deal of the preserved food that had been put aside for the winter and was likely to go to waste as the weather suddenly warmed; … Continue reading
“’I am Jesus Whom thou persecutest.’ Saul is persecuting the Church of Damascus and Christians of Damascus, and Christ says to Saul: ‘Why persecutest thou Me?’ Christ and the Church, are they the same thing? Precisely, the Church is Christ … Continue reading
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I have been visiting family in the Appalachian mountains, staying in a guest cottage, so my access to the Internet has been quite restricted. Whenever I can, however, I have been peeking in at … Continue reading
I wish you all (yes… all of you) a Merry Mary Christmas! May Christ be born anew in your hearts, ever under the patronage of St. Joseph and the most blessed Mother Mary! Opening Prayer: V. O God, come to … Continue reading
The issue is not the idea that Mary experienced dilemmas, woes, heartache, frustrations, etc. The central issue is simply that it is a deviation from Catholic tradition to say that, in the act of having such difficulties, Our Lady would … Continue reading