Author Archives: mikatsa6

From Crucifixion to Redemption

I have not been able to get my thoughts together for my regular posts lately….but, I used to like to write poetry… even tough I’m not very good, and I know this isn’t what you normally expect, and it’s message … Continue reading

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In Memory of Sister Clare Crockett

On April 16th in the Holy Mother Church, we celebrated the birthday of Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI, but in small communities of religious and lay members alike, spreadĀ  throughout the world, we got together to view the new film “All … Continue reading

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Be Not Afraid

“Be not afraid,” this was the message spoken by Pope Saint John Paul II when he became pope in 1978 … He continued to use this phrase…repeating this message….throughout the entirety of his pontificate throughout the 1980’s and 90’s… and … Continue reading

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Saint Ardalion the Actor

Well, here’s one for the record books… Saint Ardalion; an actor who converted from his pagan ways and became a saint. With the way things are in Hollywood, it would seem that we should implore this holy saintĀ  for many … Continue reading

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The Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord

  Gospel of Luke 1: 26-38 The angel Gabriel was sent from God to a town of Galilee called Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man named Joseph, of the house of David, and the virgin’s name was Mary. … Continue reading

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Enjoying These Days in the Octave of Easter

This week has been such a welcome change from the somberness of the days leading up to Easter… There is a revealing of the Risen Christ in almost all the daily readings at Mass and the Gospel readings keep repeating … Continue reading

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Saint John Payne – Called By God

This past Holy Saturday, in the late hours after the world had gone dark, the Church celebrated the Easter Vigil Mass. It is the same every year…it begins outside with the burning of a large fire, which the priest blesses. … Continue reading

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