Holy Family

Holy Family
Apostolate for Family Consecration

Recommended Reading

  • Modern Catholic Dictionary by John A. Hardon, S.J.
  • Catechism of the Catholic Church
  • Navarre Bible and Commentary
  • "Trial, Tribulation, and Triumph", by Desmond Birch
  • Apostolate's Family Catechism by Fr. Lawrence Lovasik, S.V.D.
  • "FORGIVE FOR GOOD" by Dr. Fred Luskin

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Democrats Scrambling for Votes for Pro-Abortion Senate Health Care Bill

Democrats Scrambling for Votes for Pro-Abortion Senate Health Care Bill

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WAR in the EU as Herman Van Rompuy makes POWER GRAB

Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta's Examination of Conscience

"You need only ask at night before you go to bed, "What did I do to Jesus today? What did I do for Jesus today? What did I do with Jesus today?" You have only to look at your hands. This is the best examination of conscience."

++ Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta
"The fruit of SILENCE is PRAYER
the fruit of PRAYER is FAITH
the fruit of FAITH is LOVE
the fruit of LOVE is SERVICE 
the fruit of SERVICE is PEACE."
~Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

St, Bonaventure: A man of action and contemplation; Pope Benedict XVI's Wednesday Audience


Human Life International

Human Life International

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Doctors Views of Abortionists Are Uniformly Negative «

Doctors Views of Abortionists Are Uniformly Negative «

Thoughts for March 4, 2010

Life in Christ: Catechism #2156

 The sacrament of Baptism is conferred "in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." In Baptism, the Lord's name sanctifies man, and the Christian receives his name in the Church. This can be the name of a saint, that is, of a disciple who has lived a life of exemplary fidelity to the Lord. The patron saint provides a model of charity; we are assured of his intercession. The "baptismal name" can also express a Christian mystery or Christian virtue. "Parents, sponsors, and the pastor are to see that a name is not given which is foreign to Christian sentiment." 


One Minute Meditations

You Can!

By yourself, if you don't count on grace, you can do nothing worthwhile, for you would be cutting the link which connects you with God.

With grace, on the other hand, you can do all things. 
– St. Josemaria Escriva, The Forge, #321

Reflections from the Saints

Whoever wishes to carry the cross for his sake must take up the proper weapons for the contest, especially those mentioned here. First, diligence; second, distrust of self; third, confidence in God; fourth, remembrance of Passion; fifth, mindfulness of one's own death; sixth, remembrance of God's glory; seventh, the injunctions of Sacred Scripture following the example of Jesus Christ in the desert.
– St. Catherine of Bologna

Saint of the Day

St. Casimir (1458-1484)

Casimir was a grand-duke of Lithuania. He lived an ascetic life and remained celibate, despite pressure to marry. Elected King of Hungary, he refused to exercise the power. He lived a virtuous life amidst a sinful court.

Scripture Verse of the Day

Galatians 1:10

 For am I now seeking the approval of man, or of God? Or am I trying to please man? If I were still trying to please man, I would not be a servant of Christ. 


Catholic charity helps provide new facility for mentally disabled in Egypt :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

Catholic charity helps provide new facility for mentally disabled in Egypt :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

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