Full of All Divine Sweetness is the Name of Mary

But I do not here speak of this sensible sweetness, since it is not commonly granted to all, but I speak of the salutary sweetness of consolation, love, joy, confidence, and strength, which the Name of Mary universally gives to those who, with devotion, pronounce it. Speaking on this subject, Francone the Abbot says, that…

Honoring the Birth of Mary

Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Maryby Rev. Fr. Leonard Goffine, 1871 Why does the Church celebrate this festival? Because the day of the blessed Virgin’s birth, which was so holy and immaculate, is one of universal joy to the whole world. Why then does Mary’s birth cause such great joy? To this…

Just a Glimpse of St. Laurence’s Sweetness and Charity

.Sept. 5. ST. LAURENCE JUSTINIAN, from Character Calendar by Sr. Mary Fidelis and Sr. Mary Charitas Refusing the offer of a brilliant marriage, he fled secretly from his home at Venice and entered a religious Order. He induced a friend, who had come to persuade him to return home, to remain and enter the monastery.…

Patience and How Moms Can Increase It

Are you pulling your hair out in frustration? Muttering under your breath? Giving snappy retorts to innocent questions? Fr. Zepeda continues his First Saturday conferences for The Confraternity of Christian Mothers today with a live stream on the topic of patience. Tune in at 12:30 Eastern/11:30 Central for Father’s special blend of Church teaching, practical…

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