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Saint Turibius of Mongrovejo: Layman Turned Archbishop CATHOLIC FIRE - March 23, 2015 The saint of the day is Saint Turibius of Mongrovejo also known as St. Toribio de Mogrovejo. Together with St. Rose of Lima, St. Turibius of Mongrovejo is the first known saint of the New World, serving the Lord in Peru, South America, for 26 years. Born in Spain and educated for the law, he became so brilliant a scholar that he was made professor of law at the University of Salamanca and eventually became chief judge of the Inquisition ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/03/saint-turibius-of-mongrovejo-layman.html
Come With Us and Put God's Light and Grace Into Our Darkened World Tonight. OUR LADY'S LITTLE SCRIBE - March 22, 2015 Colettine Night Litany Lord Jesus, we hold before you all those who are in special need of your mercy and our prayers. On those who cannot sleep tonight. R/ Lord have mercy. On the sick and those terminally ill. On those tempted to suicide. On the homeless with nowhere to go. On the mentally sick. On those who live in fear and anxiety. On victims of addiction of any kind. On those who sell themselves. On women seeking an abortion. On those who suffer domestic violence of ...http://littlescribe.blogspot.com/2015/03/come-with-us-and-put-gods-light-and.html
Solemnity of St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary CATHOLIC FIRE - March 19, 2015 Today is the solemnity of St. Joseph, husband of the Virgin Mary, foster father of Jesus, and patron of the universal Church. On May 31, we honor St. Joseph as the patron of workers. Most of the reliable information on St. Joseph is contained in the first two chapters of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. Here we discover that Joseph was of royal descent from David, that the family was from Bethlehem in Judea and that Joseph, who was a builder, had moved ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/03/solemnity-of-st-joseph-spouse-of.html
Feast of St. Joseph - The Most Forgotten Saint! BATTLE BEADS BLOG - March 19, 2015 Patron of the Universal Church St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal church is commemorated on On March 19. He is one of the most important Saint in the Catholic Church, second to the Blessed Mother. He was faithful, patient man, obedient to the demands of God and willingly accepted the hardships. St. Matthew calls him "a just man", illustrated by his loyalty in protecting and providing for his family. In 1870, Pius IX declared ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2014/03/patron-of-universal-church-st.html
7 Quick Takes: Friday Night Edition A WOMAN'S PLACE... - January 23, 2015 ... that), Neurological Disorders, Princesses and Runaways. It's like she's the patron saint of all the things rolled in to one. Now nobody in this house better start sleepwalking. -3- It's January, and while not quite February (that short month that seems to stretch on, seemingly forever, in homeschooling circles), the icy days can sometimes feel long when it's just too cold to be outside. Here's a glimpse of our day today: We began our day with class: Then we ...http://awomansplaceis.blogspot.com/2015/01/7-quick-takes-friday-night-edition.html
A New Year's Resolution TEA AT TRIANON - January 4, 2015 ... to do His Will." In her steadfast desire to love God, she offered Him everything knowing that abandoning herself totally to Him would please Him and save souls. As I sat in traffic bemoaning my misfortune, it finally occurred to me that I was wasting a golden opportunity. What would St. Therese do? Why, offer it up, of course. And she would probably throw in a play on words for good measure. So in the spirit of my patron saint, I offered up the frustration of ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2015/01/a-new-years-resolution.html
The Year of the Family (Adventure) THE FIRE WITHIN - January 1, 2015 ... awoke to down my first cup of coffee of 2015 and ring in this new year I've been waiting so anxiously for. I'm not really one to wish time away. I like to live in the moment. But, as I mentioned yesterday, I have been counting down the days until January One - when Michael and I will kick off a new year with goals, dreams, and desires we have been mulling and praying over for months. I won't go into all the details how these desires were spurred on (at least not in this post) but it's safe to ...http://mikeandkristine.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-year-of-family-adventure.html