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AAF Cornwall Jan 17
We did it! This evening St Ives Town Council voted to end the "tradition" of inviting the Western Hunt to participate in the annual Feast Day celebrations. Thank you once again to everyone who helped to achieve this by signing and sharing our petition.
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Aid to the Church Jan 17
Today is the of Saint Anthony the Abbot, also known as Saint Anthony the Great, a Christian monk in Egypt.
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Marlon Padillo 20h
St. Henry, Bishop of Finland, Pray for us. Ctto
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Diocese of Winona-Rochester Jan 15
Legend states that when St. Anthony the Great visited his friend St. Paul the Hermit but found him dead, Anthony clothed him in a tunic which was a present from Athanasius of Alexandria and buried him, with two lions helping to dig the grave.
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Marlon Padillo Jan 15
St. Fursey, Pray for us. Ctto
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Diocese of Winona-Rochester Jan 17
Trivia: The devil waged war against St. Anthony of the Desert, sending phantoms in the form of wild animals. But the saint would laugh at them scornfully and say, "If any of you have any authority over me, only one would have been sufficient to fight me."
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Cardinal Cupich Dec 30
On this of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, let us pray for all families, our domestic churches. As said, "They are the right place for faith to become life, and life to grow in faith.”
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Mary Mallon Dec 13
In Advent, St. Lucy reminds us that Jesus always brings light where hope, love & peace are born in our hearts. St. Lucy, pray that we have courage to share His Light in a world full of darkness. Amen.
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Chicago Catholic Jan 15
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Marlon Padillo Jan 12
Feast of the Baptism of the Lord ctto
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Bernadette Bevans Jan 9
Feeling called to the monastic life Saint Adrian left his native Africa and joined the in Italy. He volunteered to go to England as a missionary enduring various trials and even imprisonment on his journey to Canterbury
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Tradition in Action 19h
*Jan. 18-Chair of St. Peter* “Fidelity to the Pope does not mean the unconditional acceptance of everything he does. The Church distinguishes the cathedra from the person. Fidelity to the cathedra is to know this distinction & act accordingly.”
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Dianic PBer Jan 17
When my heart is weak And I've lost my way I will lift up my eyes And choose to say I will trust in You I can do all things through Christ
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Mary Mallon Dec 12
Happy Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe! “I am the merciful Mother of all mankind. Am I not your hope?” Our Lady of Guadalupe to St. Juan Diego Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us.
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Marlon Padillo Jan 13
St. Felix of Nola, Pray for us.
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HolyInfantOfPrague Dec 18
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Nir Jan 13
What have I done with my Baptism?
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Thinking Faith Jan 2
The 3rd January is a special day, especially for the Society of Jesus, as we celebrate its titular Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus. Fr Tim Byron SJ explains the history of the devotion:
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Fr James Bradley Dec 12
“Let not your heart be disturbed. Do not fear that sickness, nor any other sickness or anguish. Am I not here, who is your Mother? Are you not under my protection? Am I not your health? Are you not happily within my fold? What else do you wish?“
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Anths Fugoso Jan 18
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