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PROLIFE☘IRELAND 28 Dec 18
Feast of the Holy Innocents.
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PROLIFE☘IRELAND Dec 28
"Today is the Feast of the Holy Innocents, a remembrance of the massacre of young children by King Herod in his attempt to kill the infant Jesus. There is a new slaughter of Innocent children today, it is called abortion."
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Barry Naylor ن 🏳️‍🌈🇵🇭🇵🇸🇲🇾🇻🇳 Dec 27
On Day, a reminder, from the late Henri Nouwen, that the vocation of Christians is to love and nothing else for "God is love and all who dwell in love dwell in God and God in them." Love is of God and all that is unloving is not of God. Jesus♥️Caritas
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Fr. Gene Ritz 28 Dec 17
"The Lord Jesus, who is to end his life by dying for others, begins his life with others dying because of him." May they pray for us.
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The Rosary Doctor 28 Dec 17
PRAY TO END ABORTION! RETWEET IF YOU ARE!
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Rokewood 28 Dec 18
Long antedating Hannah Arendt, the Feast of the calls attention in the midst of great joy to the banality of radical evil: to its instinctively clinical calculation (‘inquired diligently’); to its thoroughness (‘from two years old and under’; ‘the coasts thereof’)
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Mary Mallon 28 Dec 18
On the Feast of the Holy Innocents, we pray for children suffering from persecution & to reclaim our innocence as Children of God where we walk in His Light. Amen. O Holy Innocents! may my Palm and my Crown re­semble yours!~St. Therese Happy 4th Day of Christma!
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resplandorEN 27 Dec 17
Holy Mary, Mother of God and Our Mother, protect our life, especially that of the holy innocents of our own day.
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Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, OP 28 Dec 17
"A voice is heard in Ramah, lamentation and bitter weeping. Rachel is weeping for her children; she refuses to be comforted for her children, because they are no more." (Jeremiah 31:15)
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Maude Frome 28 Dec 18
Blood Red Heath (Erica Cruenta), is the symbol for the , massacred by Herod & remembered on 28th December. (Calendar of Flowers, from The Language of , edited by Frederic Shoberl, 1835). Image: Kell
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Alice Watson Dec 28
For all the Rachels who refused to be consoled, will not be comforted. For all the empty words and meaningless meanings. For all who mourn children, known and unknown, yet wept for by God.
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Maryknoll Missioners Dec 28
Lesson of the : The world is a mess. When God enters into our world to give us the power to straighten things out, those who made the world a mess and who profit by keeping it messy react violently.
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McCrimmon Publishing 28 Dec 18
Lord , you knew persecution & exile as a child; protect all children whose lives are in danger from famine, war, & disasters ~ The Lord is at my side: I shall not fear. 📷Flight to Egypt by Rose Datoc Dall
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Rachel Cecilia 28 Dec 18
On the fourth day of , remember children killed in Bethlehem, in wars, in domestic violence, in schools, in migration, and in the womb. Pray for the peace of God to end these sorrows, and strive for the supremacy of God’s peace foremost in your own heart.
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Katrina Alton CSJP Dec 28
Feast of The "This terrible story, omitted from the typical Christmas pageant, is a vivid reminder of the violent world into which Jesus was born... In our own time whole villages have been massacred on the basis of similar reports...(1/3)
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Obianuju Ekeocha 28 Dec 17
Today is the Feast of ,slaughtered on Herod’s orders. We and we pray for post-abortive women. For :"A voice is heard in Ramah, weeping and great mourning, Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted, because they are no more."
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Holy Trinity SW19 28 Dec 17
It is the feast of the , the children massacred by King Herod. We pray for children who are victims of oppression, violence, and abuse everywhere.
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Fr. Darin Schmidt 28 Dec 18
How can a country pretend to provide safety and sanctuary to anyone, while refusing to guarantee sanctuary to innocent children even within their own mothers' wombs?
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resplandorEN 27 Dec 17
May the radiance of your birth light up the night of the world. May the power of your message of love thwart the proud snares of the evil one. May the gift of your life make us understand the worth of the life of each human being. St. John Paul II December 28th,
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Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, OP 28 Dec 17
The innocent young and the innocent old are the first to suffer at the hand of those who would "make the world a better place" by controlling who comes into the world and how we go out of it. Like the , they are the victims of the usurpers of God's providence.
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