Monthly Archives: September 2017

Feast of the Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael – Sept 29th

In the rich history of our beloved Catholic Church, September 29th has been set aside for us to remember and pay homage to the these wonderful creatures…the Archangels. We need to realize that angels are purely incorporeal, rational beings that … Continue reading

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Saint Padre Pio of Pietrelcina – Sept. 23rd

Saint Padre Pio is perhaps one of the most widely recognized saints from modern times. Having been born in 1887, he died in 1968, just forty nine years ago. There has been much written about this holy and humble saint. … Continue reading

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“Tebowing”…. When taking a knee, was a Form of Praise…Not Protest

Remember Tim Tebow…and his kneeling? He did it as a form of praise to the Good  Lord who created him and blessed him… Before we allow ourselves to get pulled into the drama surrounding the protests involving the N.F.L. and … Continue reading

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Praying for the Conversion of North Korea through the Intercession of the Korean Martyrs – Sept. 20th

The hostility that is brewing in North Korea, is nothing new. In the history of the world, Korea has a bitter history concerning the freedom of it’s citizens, in particular, the religious freedom of it’s people. Today in the Traditional … Continue reading

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Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows – September 15th

As we remember the suffering of the Blessed Virgin Mary on this Sept. 15th, it is also fitting for us to contemplate upon Her sorrowful face as we continue in our cleanup efforts after the storm. Here in north Florida … Continue reading

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Exaltation of the Holy Cross

In the tradition of the Holy Mother Church, September 14th is celebrated as the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, which commemorates the many factions involving the Holy Cross. Not only does the feast  honor  the finding of … Continue reading

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Praying to avert the Wrath of Hurricane Irma- Our Lady of the Hurricane

Way back in the late 1800’s off the coast of Florida, near the nation’s oldest city of St. Augustine, a ship had come under fire form a terrible storm. The captain of the ship ordered that all of the extra … Continue reading

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