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Blessed Imelda Lambertini

Blessed Imelda Lambertini

Blessed Imelda Lambertini  Bologna 1333; Dying of Love   Bologna is a very famous city in Italy, famous for that matter, in all Europe.  It boasts Europe’s oldest University. At one time, in the 14th Century, there were 10,000 students attending the University of Bologna.  During this century, Marconi worked at that University on his wireless, which became the Radio.  Because the city has always attracted intelligent people, freethinking has been a way of life for inhabitants of Bologna.  Freethinking breeds agnosticsm and atheism, as well as anarchy and radicalism.  Bologna has been known for all of the above.  In...

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Christmas Message from Holy Family Mission

Christmas Message from Holy Family Mission

Holy Family Mission wishes you a most Blessed Christmas.     Today we celebrate the Birth of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ at Bethlehem in Israel. Bethlehem was the city of David and also known as the City of Bread.We did not have a place to stay for the Holy Family so they settled into a Cave in the side of a hill.  Mary gave birth that night to Jesus and laid him in a manger. A manger is a place for creatures to eat, or a place that holds food. Jesus is called the Bread of Life and...

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Miracle of the Eucharist of Langenwiese

Miracle of the Eucharist of Langenwiese

Miracle of the Eucharist of Langweise, 1400's:All Creation Honors Him The Lord gives us a new Cast of Characters leading up to the Eucharistic Miracle which took place in Langenwiese, in an area called Silesia, somewhere between Poland and Czechoslovakia. Again, He uses people from other countries to do His work in an area otherwise completely foreign to the people involved.Enter a young man called Giantedesco, John the German, or better known, especially by Californians as San Juan Capistrano, John of Capistran. He was called John the German because his father was of Germanic background, and although John was Italian,...

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The Life of Saint Charles Borromeo

The Life of Saint Charles Borromeo

Saint Charles Borromeo Hero of the Counter Reformation     God is so good.  He made a promise which He has always kept.  He has been a faithful God to a very unfaithful people.  We are our own worst enemies, but God always bails us out.  We're talking in this instance about the great heretical movement spawned by Martin Luther in the early Sixteenth Century, a pure flame from hell which grew and grew until it exploded into epidemic proportions.  Luther was a victim of his own ego.  He was used and abused as a pawn by the powers that...

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The life of Saint Martin de Porres

The life of Saint Martin de Porres

Saint Martin de Porres Apostle of Charity, Saint of the Slaves     The Holy Spirit is so powerful; He works in marvelous ways. We began the chapters on St. Martin de Porres and St. Rose of Lima on the Feast Day of St. Toribio de Mongrevo, who baptized St. Rose. He was the Archbishop of Lima, Peru and had a tremendous effect on the spirituality of St. Rose of Lima and St. Martin. The lives of these three Saints of Lima, Peru are strongly interwoven. Although this is not an account of the life of St. Dominic, the father-in-faith...

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