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Post # 266 VENITE, MISSA EST! - November 25, 2013 Topics: A Repeat Post: A Light Burns ... St. Andrew: T he First Disciple of Jesus? ... Catholic Symbol: What Do They Mean?... Pictures: St Theresa Parish Hutchinson Ks. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ Run while you have the light of life, lest the darkness of death over take you. John 12:35 @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ I hope all of you have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving. Let us me mindful of those things we have that others do not: warmth, safety, food and clean water, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/VeniteMissaEst/~3/Mfk1kFuaY64/post-266.html
A Saint for the Infertile REFLECTIONS OF A PARALYTIC - November 6, 2013 ... member of a community named in honor of St. Leopold. One month later, and a month before her appointment, she was pregnant! St. Leopold is the patron saint of Austria and very little is written about him in the English language. He is patron of large families, death of children, and stepchildren. His family life explains his patronages. His first wife passed away at a young age and they had only one son together. His second wife, Agnes, lost ...http://reflectionsofaparalytic.com/?p=10459
Obscure Medieval Saint Still Grants Baby Requests CATHOLICMOM.COM - October 28, 2013 ... St. Leopold of Austria. St. Leopold with two deceased sons, from the Babenberger Stammbaum in Stift Klosterneuburg I'm one of the unlucky women who has Poly-Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), a leading cause of true infertility, rather than the "I waited so long to try that now it's too late" variety. Women with PCOS recognize that they have a heightened chance of serial miscarriages if they are fortunate enough to get pregnant to begin with. The emotional ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Catholicmomcom/~3/w9zdFQ__ZmA/
St. Clare: A Light Through the Centuries AIRMARIA.COM - August 10, 2013 ... joined her in religious life. Saint Clare was the first woman in history to write a Rule. She took her form of life from Saint Francis who wanted to live the Gospel radically. She also chose to live with the privilege of poverty. This desire to live a rule of total poverty was opposed; it was said that it could not be done, especially by women. All the remaining years of her life she fought to have this privilege in her Rule of Life for her sisters. Only days before her death did the Holy ...http://airmaria.com/2013/08/10/st-clare-a-light-through-the-centuries/