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Saint Junipero Serra Apostle of California Missions

Saint Junipero Serra Apostle of California Missions

We researched the Life of Saint Junipero Serra and the California Missions.   We went to the California Missions, the legacy of Saint Junipero Serra, apostle of California. He loved the Missions and the Natives of the new world. At the Shrine at Carmel Mission, he is buried, and his his cell and tomb are open for the public to venerate him there. Learn why he is called the Apostle of California, and of the California Missions.   The long dusty, desolate road to California! A little older, he is now fifty-four years old, his hair is a little grayer, and Father...

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Our Lady of the Golden Heart Beauraing Belgium

Our Lady of the Golden Heart Beauraing Belgium

Our Lady of the Golden Heart Our Lady of Beauraing BEAURAING, 1932: DO YOU LOVE MY SON? Mary’s appearance to 5 children in Beauraing, Belgium, in November and December of 1932 has always fascinated us.  There are so many aspects of the visit from Our Heavenly Lady that we don’t quite understand.  But we know there was a need for Mary to come to our aid in this place at this time.  Nothing is by coincidence with her.  Every time she comes to us in an apparition, she has to upset the balance of nature, break through the dimension separating...

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How a Miracle of the Eucharist brought about the Feast of Corpus Christi

How a Miracle of the Eucharist brought about the Feast of Corpus Christi

 How a Miracle of the Eucharist brought about the Feast of Corpus Christi   Miracle of the Eucharist of Bolsena/Orvieto In looking back over our Church History, we can compare Jesus to an artist who blends all the proper colors, supplies muted tones and pastels to create a masterpiece of balance. Or He is like a stage director whose task is to set a stage, build a series of events, and move a series of characters through Exposition, Conflict, and final, successful Conclusion. The Middle Ages was such a period in our Church History. The Lord allowed our Church to...

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Saint Boniface Apostle of Germany

Saint Boniface Apostle of Germany

Saint Boniface, Apostle of Germany     Saint Boniface the Apostle of Germany, may not be well known in the United States, however he brought Catholicism to Germany.  He is greatly admired in Germany and other European countries.  He is venerated not only by the Catholic Church, but by the Lutherans, as well as the Anglicans and the Eastern Orthodox. We’ve said this before, but when there is a crisis in God’s Church, he raises up a powerful Saint to do the task.  In this instance, He chose a young man filled with the Spirit, from what is today known as...

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The Holy Trinity Central Mystery of Christian Faith

The Holy Trinity Central Mystery of Christian Faith

The Holy Trinity Central Mystery of Christian Faith and Life     "In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit."  We say it, but do we know what we're saying; are we really aware of the awesome truth we're proclaiming?  Many of our newer, more traditional priests, before they begin to pray the Mass, preface it with, "As we should begin all things, let us begin in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit."  What are we doing when we make the .Sign of the Cross;? ...

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