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The Pope's Telegrams for the Terrorist Attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - June 30, 2015 ... of the attack in Saint-Quentin Fallavier, and with the wounded and their relatives. He repeats his condemnation of "violence that gives rise to so much suffering", invokes the Lord's gift of peace, and blesses the afflicted families and all the French people. In his telegram to the apostolic nuncio in Tunisia, Francis expresses his heartfelt condolences to the Tunisian people and in particular to the families of the deceased following the attack in Sousse. Again condemning violence, he asks ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/06/the-popes-telegrams-for-terrorist.html

Novena to St. Anthony of Padua Begins Friday CATHOLIC FIRE - June 4, 2015 ... key, prayed to St. Anthony that she would give bread to the poor in his honor, if a locksmith could open her bolted shop door without force. The miracle happened, and she founded the charity of St. Anthony Bread in gratitude. On his feast day, June 13, some churches still bless loaves of bread to be given to the poor, although the term "St. Anthony Bread" refers to any offering made in thanksgiving for a favor from St. Anthony. St. Anthony is also the patron saint of amputees . In Padua, a ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/06/novena-to-st-anthony-of-padua-begins.html

The Kneeling Prayers of Pentecost BYZANTINE, TEXAS - May 29, 2015 ... usually ask for something. We ask for things from God because we realize: 1) that we are powerless to obtain them and, 2) God has the power to grant them. Bowing our heads is physical way of expressing our words and emphasizing that we don't necessarily deserve what we ask for. Bowing expressed our humility before God and says in effect: "God you are greater than me. I need you." We also express our submission and obedience to God by bending our knees or kneeling. At every Divine Liturgy, ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-kneeling-prayers-of-pentecost.html