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Shrine of St. Jude Jan 24
Feast of St. Francis de Sales: January 24th "Never be in a hurry; do everything quietly and in a calm spirit. Do not lose your inner peace for anything whatsoever, even if your whole world seems upset." -
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Sr CatherineWybourne Jan 23
I wrote about poetry today because it is the feast of , patron saint of writers and of the deaf (for whom he developed a sign language).
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Fr. John Burns Jan 24
‘Lift up your heart again whenever it falls... detest with all your powers the offense God has received from you and with great courage and confidence in his mercy return to the path you had forsaken.’ Happy feast of this master -
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Sister Andrew Marie 24 Jan 18
"Be who you are, and be that well."
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Kathryn Jean Lopez Jan 24
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Abp Mark Coleridge Jan 23
was a loveable character whom (almost) everyone took to...though he was twice hunted by assassins and only just escaped their swords. The only weapon he ever used was love, which some found seriously threatening...sounds like Jesus.
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Richard Feb 19
Nothing is so strong as gentleness, and nothing so great as real strength
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Diocese of St. Pete Jan 24
We are all called to glorify God and courageously live the Gospel with our unique gifts and talents.
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Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, OP Jan 24
Today is the feast of . After signing away his family inheritance to become a priest, Francis became a zealous preacher and effective writer, especially to Catholics tempted by Calvinism. As bishop of Geneva, he converted many through his teaching and charity.
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Bonnie Rodgers 1 Feb 18
February is Catholic Press Month! My thanks to all writers, newspapers, magazines, bloggers/vloggers. social media posters sharing knowledge, reflection, information through the lens of our faith. pray for us!
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St. Francis de Sales Jan 24
"Great occasions for serving God come seldom, but little ones surround us daily."
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Vincent Spadoni 24 Jan 18
"Let us run to Mary, and as her little children, cast ourselves into her arms with confidence."
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Teresa Silva Jan 31
Mr. Lauder’s Chess team! A great activity for endless indoor recess!
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Fr. Edward Looney Jan 24
Todays memorial of invites us to ask his intercession for journalists, that they may be messengers of truth and write virtuously.
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Dynamic Catholic 8 May 17
Every one of us needs a half an hour of each day, except when we are busy—then we need an hour.
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Fr. Patrick Brennan Jan 23
In the saints who lead your people, you manifest your power of healing souls and bodies, remain always with us to renew our lives in holiness.– Lord, nourish the lives of your people.
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Sr CatherineWybourne 23 Jan 17
for all tweeps on the feast of and day 7 of the Octave of Prayer for , esp writers & journalists.
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McCrimmon Publishing Jan 24
Father, you gave the spirit of compassion to befriend all people on the way to salvation. By his example, lead us to show your gentle love in the service of others. Through our Lord , your Son.
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Portraits of Saints Jan 24
Happy Feastday “Be patient with everyone, but above all with thyself. Do not be disheartened by your imperfections, but always rise up with fresh courage.”
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Portraits of Saints 12 Mar 17
“A temptation disclosed is a temptation half-vanquished.”
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