In honor of the Beatification, we share these words from Blessed Fr. Solanus Casey 1870-1957: “Worry is a weakness from which very few of us are entirely free. We must be on guard against this most insidious enemy of our soul’s peace. Instead, let us foster confidence in God, and thank Him ahead of time for whatever he chooses to send us.”Read More
We are in the month where Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. Perhaps start each day this month reciting for all the people and things you are grateful. Below is a gratitude prayer.Read More
A Novena to Saint Maximilian Kolbe for the Grace to be Freed from Addiction: Saint Maximilian Kolbe, your life of love and labor for souls was sacrificed amid the horrors of a concentration camp and hastened to its end by an injection of a deadly drug.Read More
God of wisdom and might,
we praise you for the wonder of our being,
for mind, body and spirit.
Be with our children as they begin
a new school year.
The month of August is dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Since the 16th century, Catholic piety has assigned entire months to special devotions. As CatholicCulture.org explains it, the month of August is traditionally dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The physical heart of Mary is venerated and not adored as the Sacred Heart of Jesus is because it is united to her person and is the seat of her love, especially for her divine Son, virtue, and inner life. Such devotion is an incentive to a similar love and virtue.Read More
For all those detained and at risk of being deported, let’s pray that St. Michael the Archangel will intercede for them and protect them from any danger.
The month of June is dedicated to The Sacred Heart of Jesus. This month falls within the liturgical season of Ordinary Time, which is represented by the liturgical color green. This symbol of hope is the color of the sprouting seed and arouses in the faithful the hope of reaping the eternal harvest of heaven, especially the hope of a glorious resurrection. It is used in the offices and Masses of Ordinary Time. The last portion of the liturgical year represents the time of our pilgrimage to heaven during which we hope for reward.Read More