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Feast of St. Joseph - The Most Forgotten Saint! BATTLE BEADS BLOG - March 19, 2017 ... church is commemorated on On March 19. He is one of the most important Saints 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 him patron and protector of the universal family of the Church. St. Joseph was an ordinary manual ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2014/03/patron-of-universal-church-st.html
How the Current Health Care Market in the US Fails Liturgical Man NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 22, 2017 ... Sea Catholic Church in San Francisco last week, given by my colleague at Pontifex University, Dr Michel Accad. Much of the talk was devoted to consideration of the options that Catholics have for affordable healthcare. Dr Accad spoke in detail about sharing ministries as alternatives to health insurance, and how many general practitioners are structuring their practices in a new way so that they are employed directly by patients and act as their advocate. This is in contrast ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/kI1RF4xTmrs/how-current-health-care-market-in-us.html
Twelve Things About Saint Thomas Aquinas That Every Catholic Should Know BIG C CATHOLICS - January 23, 2017 One of the most brilliant minds in the history of the Church, St. Thomas Aquinas was born in 1225 at the castle of Roccasecca, in the present day Lazio region of Italy, the youngest of nine children. Thomas' father was a man of means and nobility. Thomas's mother would try to prevent Thomas from joining the Dominican Order. His family expected him to enter the Benedictine Abbey where his uncle was the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/twelve-things-about-saint-thomas.html
St. Francis Xavier: True Jesuit Missionary A CATHOLIC LIFE - December 3, 2016 Greater Double (1954 Calendar): December 3 St. Francis Xavier is truly the modern apostle. He was born in Spainish Navarre in 1506 and in 1528, he met St. Ignatius of Loyola. He became one of the seven in 1534 who founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuit Order). In 1536, he left the University of Paris and joined St. Ignatius in Venice. He was ordained in 1537, and in 1540 after the Society was recognized by the Pope, he ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/U0sHVQ9SSNk/st-francis-xavier-true-jesuit-missionary.html
Advent's Saints Remind Us of Christ's Incarnation and His Second Coming in Glory BIG C CATHOLICS - November 28, 2016 ... saint of missionaries, and the dioceses of; Green Bay, Wisconsin, Joiliet, Illinois and the archdiocese of Indianapolis, as well as, Borneo, China, the East Indies, Goa, India, Navarre, Spain, Australia and New Zealand. The effects of St. Francis's evangelization has lasted for centuries. Ask for St. Francis Xavier's intercession if you desire your time spent during Advent to bear fruit long afterward. ST. JOHN DAMASCENE (DEC. 4) The one who seeks God ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/11/advents-saints-remind-us-of-christs.html