Dear Friend of the Blessed Mother, It is simply outrageous and shocking beyond belief that the honour of the Holy Mother of God is subject to blasphemies on Facebook’s Virgin Mary Should’ve Aborted page. To help me prayerfully, peacefully and legally put an end to this play, please sign the Petition of Protest Here today. In July of […]

Story of Mary – Mother of Penitent Sinners

June 9, 2014

Neither in heaven nor on earth can I find one who has more compassion for the miserable, or who can aid me more than you. It is narrated by Belluacensis that in Ridolio, a city of England, in the year 1430, there lived a young nobleman named Ernest, who gave all his patrimony to the […]

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Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

June 9, 2014

 Novena to the Sacred Heart to be said for nine consecutive days.  O my Jesus who didst say: “Indeed I say to you, ask and it shall be given you; seek and you shall find; knock and it shall be opened to you.” Here I am, knocking, seeking, and asking the grace (mention your request). Our […]

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June – Month of the Sacred Heart

June 9, 2014

Hope of a Hopeless World If there is an age whose sole hope lies in the Sacred Heart of Jesus, it is our own. The evils committed by mankind today can scarcely be exaggerated. To mention just a few, these include blasphemy, the destruction of the family through abortion, divorce, euthanasia, widespread pornography, immoral fashions […]

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Mary Breaks Impurity – Two Cases from St. Alphonsus

May 29, 2014

A Roman youth, of evil habits and laden with sins, went to confession to Father Niccolas Zucchi. The confessor received him kindly, was compassionate to his misery, and told him that devotion to the blessed Lady would free him from his accursed vices. He therefore imposed it upon him as a penance, that until the […]

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Time to Stop the War on Inequality

May 26, 2014

By John Horvat II Advocates of equality are only too eager to overthrow the present economic structures in the name of fairness and opportunity. According to their logic, inequality begets a two-tiered society where moneyed interests rule, while all others languish. In this oversimplified ever richer/ever poorer scenario, some kind of action is deemed necessary to […]

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May 24th – feast of Our Lady Help of Christians

May 24, 2014

This commemoration was introduced in the liturgical calendar by decree of Pope Pius VII on September 16, 1815, in thanksgiving for his happy return to Rome after a long and painful captivity in Savona and France due to Napoleon’s tyrannical power. By order of Napoleon, Pius VII was arrested, 5 July, 1808, and detained a […]

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Mercy of Our Lady at the Hour of Our Death

May 22, 2014

After the Holy Ghost had descended in the form of fiery tongues on the Apostles on Pentecost day, Saint Peter stepped out before a great crowd and spoke with so much fire, unction, and wisdom that five thousand at once asked for holy baptism. In that crowd was a poor, young woman, listening with all […]

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“God is not found in agitation” (3 Kings 19:11).

May 19, 2014

“Non in Commotione Dominus” (3 Kings 19:11 ) By Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira It is night. Imagine the complete stillness that inhabits the darkness captured by this photograph. The soul feels invited to reflection in such an atmosphere. The circumstances of daily life – great or small, pleasant, tiresome, or even painful – all disappear. Alone, by himself, man can […]

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