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Franciscan Quotation A FOLLOWER OF FRANCIS - July 23, 2017 To write well and speak well is mere vanity if one does not live well. - Saint Bridget of Sweden Pax et bonumhttp://paxchristirochester.blogspot.com/2017/07/franciscan-quotation_71.html

What's Up With Life Teen Catholic Youth Ministry? CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC CORNER - July 21, 2017 ... daughter. Mary looks at all the "poop" in our lives – those dumb situations we often weasel ourselves into – and she doesn't bat an eye. It doesn't bother her, but (the best part is) she doesn't leave us in our filth. She sees the messiness in our lives, and with her assistance, she offers us a change of heart and practice. For Real - Do you ever feel undeserving of Mary's attention and love? Me too. But the good news is this: By simply being her child (despite any insecurity or ...http://connecticutcatholiccorner.blogspot.com/2017/07/whats-up-with-life-teen-catholic-youth.html

Saint Catherine of Siena, Virgin and Doctor of the Church CATHOLIC HOTDISH - April 28, 2017 ... Gregory XI left France in September, and arrived in Rome on January 17, 1377. Catherine contributed greatly to the spiritual writings of the Church. Not a writer herself, she dictated her thoughts to a number of secretaries. She composed many prayers, 382 letters, and her most significant work, the Dialogue of Divine Providence, a treatise on the spiritual life that included some of her mystical experiences. Pope Gregory XI died on March 27, 1378, and his successor, Pope Urban VI, asked ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/CZUSovAo9-k/

St. Catherine of Siena, Virgin and Doctor of the Church BIG C CATHOLICS - April 28, 2017 April 29th, is the memorial of Saint Catherine of Siena (1347 – 1380), the 14th century virgin, visionary and Doctor of the Church. Catherine di Benincasa was born the twenty-fifth child of Giacomo and Lapa di Benincasa in Siena, Italy. At the age of 6, she began to experience mystical visions including seeing angels. She consecrated her virginity to Christ when she was just 7 years old. Catherine defied her family's plans to give her away in marriage ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/04/st-catherine-of-siena-virgin-and-doctor.html