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Paraguay Pro-Life DTF DEFEND/PROCLAIM THE FAITH - June 11, 2016 ... Free Public Seminar, Northborough Free Library, 34 Main Street June 18 Sat 10am Mass celebrated by Fr. Reid, Problem Pregnancy Chapel. Prayerful sidewalk protest before Mass about 9am Who decides which refugees are settled in the United States? Jun 25 Sat 10am Mass, Fr. Cardinale, 9am Sidewalk peaceful prayer vigil June 25 Sat 11:30am March for Marriage in Washington, DC, gather in 'Union Square' area, near the Reflecting Pool on the west side ...http://dtf-jayg.blogspot.com/2016/06/paraguay-pro-life.html
A Marian Prayer for Pentecost NUNBLOG - May 14, 2016 This prayer (in Italian) was used during our seminar week in Rome. I have no idea where it came from, but it is so fitting for this Vigil of Pentecost (and our Pauline feast of Mary, Queen of Apostles) that I had to share it with you: O Virgin Mary, in your Immaculate Conception, by the power of the Holy Spirit, you became the tabernacle of God. Pray that the Spirit hasten to us and renew the face of the earth! O Virgin Mary, in the mystery of the ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/05/a-marian-prayer-for-pentecost.html
Pentecost NO HANDS BUT YOURS - May 14, 2016 ... Church', but a uniting of believers of different races. And, through the action of the Holy Spirit, different languages are no long a barrier to communication between peoples (a lovely parallel to the Old Testament story of the Tower of Babel). Pentecost then reminds us of the ongoing, active presence of God among us even at times of fear and confusion. We have a God who can surprise us at times of God's choice. Furthermore, that through the Holy Spirit we can discover in others, regardless of ...http://nohandsbutyours.blogspot.com/2016/05/pentecost.html
Arrivederci, Roma (Part 2) NUNBLOG - May 14, 2016 ... the area). At the colonnade, there was the Singaporean sister who would be with us--we were still missing two nuns and a sibling. As I gave up my post by the church, I spotted Sister Rebecca Marie and hailed her over. Together we joined the two at the colonnade when lo and behold, the other two appeared! Our group was complete. Now all we needed was our Vatican escort... At about 3:20 Sister Margaret came into sight just behind the Swiss Guard's shoulder. At her word, he let us through the ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/05/arrivederci-roma-part-2.html
Getting Ready to Say "Arrivederci" to Roma: Part One NUNBLOG - May 10, 2016 ... morning. That got us to St Peter's Basilica well before the 7:00 opening of the Basilica (and of the Holy Door). We got out of the car near the "passetto" (the wall--with a passageway inside) that leads from the Vatican to Castel Sant'Angelo) and headed toward the famous collonnade. Spying a group of sisters ahead of us, I told Sr Marie Paul: "Follow the nuns; they know where Mass will be." Sure enough! Once the mighty gates of the Basilica were opened, we followed the sisters ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/05/getting-ready-to-say-arrivederci-to.html
Free Time in Rome! NUNBLOG - April 28, 2016 ... the mosaic floor. "When was the mosaic put in?" we asked. The priest responded nonchalantly, "Oh, in the 500's." And we were just walking all over it so unceremoniously! Mind blowing. In the "upper" church, the original Byzantine-era mosaic apse is still visible (although the 24 elders from the Book of Revelation who once graced the triumphal arch were cut out by the poorly-thought-out Baroque addition of side altars which left visible only two outstretched pairs of arms, casting their golden ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/04/free-time-in-rome.html