Novena - Oremus
In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys explore the bizarre and fascinating world of Catholic relics.
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Top 10 Strangest Catholic Relics

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys explore the bizarre and fascinating world of Catholic relics.
Heute ist der Geburtstag des Heiligen Pater Pio.
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Viele freuen sich, dass du auf Erden so vieles Gutes bewirkt hast . Ora pro nobis lieber Padre PioMore
Viele freuen sich, dass du auf Erden so vieles Gutes bewirkt hast .
Ora pro nobis lieber Padre Pio
Der Wahr_sager Bert
Alles Gute!
All you need to know about the Rogation processions

Drinking the Evil Spirits away

Earlier this week, I showed how the 747 Anglo-Saxon Council of Cloveshoe attempted to purify the Rogations from Vanitatibus and maioribus epulis. …
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Rogation days this week, primarily to pray for— (1) An appeasement of the just Wrath of God in the face of man's transgressions; (2) Protection in calamities; (3) A good and bountiful harvest. Are …More
Rogation days this week, primarily to pray for—
(1) An appeasement of the just Wrath of God in the face of man's transgressions;
(2) Protection in calamities;
(3) A good and bountiful harvest.
Are we not in need of all three today?

St. Bernardino of Siena!

Bernardino of Siena was an Italian priest and Franciscan missionary. He was a systematizer of Scholastic economics. His popular preaching made him famous during his own lifetime because it was …
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I hope you asked @Mathathias Maccabeus for his permission before posting an image of him, even if it's just a (very nice) painting. ;-)

St. Venantius of Camerino!

Venantius of Camerino is the patron saint of Camerino, Italy and Raiano, Italy. Christian tradition holds that he was a 15-year-old who was tortured, and martyred by decapitation at Camerino during …
Slain because her father became deranged by grief and lust Patroness of those suffering from mental and neurological disorders and illnesses, as well as of mental health professionals

Warum Rosenkranz beten?

Als der Heilige Dominik den Rosenkranz bei Carcassone predigte, wurde ein Albigenser zu ihm gebracht, der vom Teufel besessen war. Der Heilige Dominik hat ihn in Gegenwart einer großen Menge …
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@Novena - Oremus Wunderbar! 😇 😍 Wie das ermutigt und tröstet! Nur schade, dass da ein paar unleserliche Worte stehen. Wurde wohl von einem Überset…More
@Novena - Oremus Wunderbar! 😇 😍 Wie das ermutigt und tröstet!
Nur schade, dass da ein paar unleserliche Worte stehen. Wurde wohl von einem Übersetzungsprogrmm übersetzt.
Aber vielleicht komme ich noch drauf, was das heissen soll.
geringstes Rädchen
Zu den Rosenkränzen meiner Webseite - denn das Gebet war und ist wichtig!

Happy Feast day of Our Lady of Fatima!

The First Apparition of Our Lady of Fatima On May 13, 1917, Lucia dos Santos, Francisco, and Jacinta Marto were, respectively, ten, nine, and seven years old. As we have said, the three children …
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Our Lady asked for DAILY Rosaries and penance. People forget that. Once a year is not enough.
Eighteen years later, Father Driscoll credits the intercession of his fellow Carmelite
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Carmelite priest's miracle is touching hearts and souls around the world - Detroit Catholic

BOCA RATON, Fla. (CNS) ─ When Carmelite Father Michael Driscoll was a young man 50 years ago, he started reading and collecting articles about …
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St Gregory Nazianzen and the Crisis in the Church

“A consolatory thought for those who see their span of life crumbling away under their feet – and they, apparently, doing nothing.” Editor’s Note: …

St. Gregory of Nazianzus!

Gregory of Nazianzus also known as Gregory the Theologian or Gregory Nazianzen was a 4th-century Archbishop of Constantinople and theologian. He is widely considered the most accomplished rhetorical …
Why do Sts. Philip and James share the same feast day?
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Why do Sts. Philip and James share the same feast day?

The apostles St. Philip and St. James the Lesser share the same feast day simply because their relics were placed in the same church in Rome. While …

71 years ago Servant of God Paul Takashi Nagai, Scientist, Professor, Convert, and Poet, left this …

Raised in rural Japan in traditional Confucian and Shinto religion, Takashi imbibed the materialist assumptions of his professors while studying to be a physician. In Nagasaki, he found Christ and …
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Thank you! Imagine those faithful Catholics, prayed up, when the destruction reigned down upon them! What a fruitful field ready for the heavenly …More
Thank you! Imagine those faithful Catholics, prayed up, when the destruction reigned down upon them! What a fruitful field ready for the heavenly harvest! RIP.
Get ready!
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“ Who will render to every man according to his works.” Romans 2:6 DRMore
“ Who will render to every man according to his works.”
Romans 2:6 DR
Thank you Gloria.tv for pointing out what is going on in and outside the Church.
The Interior Castle (The Mansions) By Saint Teresa Of Ávila (Virgin, Mystic & Doctor Of The Church) The Interior Castle, or The Mansions, (Spanish: El Castillo Interior or Las Moradas) was written …More
The Interior Castle (The Mansions) By Saint Teresa Of Ávila (Virgin, Mystic & Doctor Of The Church)
The Interior Castle, or The Mansions, (Spanish: El Castillo Interior or Las Moradas) was written by Teresa of Ávila, the Spanish Carmelite nun and famed mystic, in 1577, as a guide for spiritual development through service and prayer. The work was inspired by her vision of the soul as a diamond in the shape of a castle containing seven mansions, which she interpreted as the journey of faith through seven stages, ending with union with God.
After being ordered to write her autobiography, published posthumously as La Vida de la Santa Madre Teresa de Jesús (The Life of the Holy Mother Teresa of Jesus), Teresa was hesitant to begin writing again on her views of the perfection found in internal prayer.[1][2] She started writing her seminal work, Interior Castle, on June 2, 1577, Trinity Sunday, and completed it on the eve of St. Andrew's Day, November 29, 1577; however, there was a five …More
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Feast day Saint Catherine of Siena!

Catherine of Siena a lay member of the Dominican Order, was a mystic, activist, and author who had a great influence on Italian literature and on the Catholic Church. Canonized in 1461, she is also …

St. Louis de Montfort!

Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort (31 January 1673 – 28 April 1716) was a French Roman Catholic priest and confessor. He was known in his time as a preacher and was made a missionary apostolic by …