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TheEveningChapel
To enrich our lives and grow a community of faith by discovering Christ through the teachings of the Mother Church and through an active prayer life.
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TheEveningChapel 9h
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She endured his insults, abuse and infidelities for 18 years and bore him two sons, who grew to be like him. Towards the end of his life she helped to convert her husband to a more pious way of life, but he was stabbed to death by his enemies not long afterwards...
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TheEveningChapel 9h
Saint Rita of Cascia (1377 - 1447) born near Cascia, in Umbria, Italy. She was married at the age of 12 despite her frequently repeated wish to become a nun. Her husband was rich, quick-tempered and immoral and had many enemies...
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TheEveningChapel May 21
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He was arrested on 21 May 1927 while on the way to celebrate Mass at a farm. He was executed without a trial,but not before giving his remaining possessions to his executioners and giving them absolution. With him are celebrated 24 other Mexican of the early 20th century
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TheEveningChapel May 21
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for them. When government persecution of the Catholic Church began and the seminaries were closed, he opened a small local “auxiliary seminary.” He wrote and preached against armed rebellion but was falsely accused of promoting the Cristero rebellion...
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TheEveningChapel May 21
Cristóbal Magallanes Jara was born in the state of Jalisco, in 1869.He was ordained at the age of 30 & became parish priest of his home town of .He took a special interest in the of the local indigenous people & founded a mission
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TheEveningChapel May 21
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TheEveningChapel May 21
...Later he looked after a bedridden aunt until her death; and then, at the age of 22, he became a Franciscan. Inspired by St Vincent Ferrer, he was an energetic and popular preacher and spent years travelling on foot through Italy preaching to enormous audiences...
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TheEveningChapel May 21
Saint Bernardino of Siena (1380 - 1444) Bernardino (“Little Bernard”) was born in Tuscany. His parents died when he was a child. While still a student at the University of Siena he took charge of the hospital there when an epidemic killed most of the staff...
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TheEveningChapel May 21
...Let us try not to confirm them in a culture of enforced irresponsibility, but to encourage each of them to give to others whatever they have been called into this world to give.
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TheEveningChapel May 21
...He denounced usury, promoted peace among the warring Italian cities, and worked hard for the reform and discipline of the Franciscan order, and for church unity. Bernardino’s achievements before he became a Franciscan show what the young can achieve if given the chance...
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TheEveningChapel May 18
St. John I teaches us to foster reconciliation amongst opponents, and to become martyrs for the sake of Christ. St. John I, pray for us.
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