Do you know the promise of the Sacred Heart?

As we all known the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus is most widely practice devotion by the Catholics across the world and maybe across the entire universe someday taking the heart of our saviour Jesus Christ as the representation of divine love to the humanity. But the question is "Is this applicable to … Continue reading Do you know the promise of the Sacred Heart?

Let me introduce to you the Carmelite Litany

First what is Litany? Litany are expressing praise to God, Mary and to the Saints it depends on to whom the litany is addressed, its also a list of their deeds or attributes which are admirable and to which we aspire and most of all even theirs a lot of litany across the teaching of … Continue reading Let me introduce to you the Carmelite Litany

Do you pray the Litany of the Saints?

First what is Litany? Litany are expressing praise to God, Mary and to the Saints it depends on to whom the litany is addressed, its also a list of their deeds or attributes which are admirable and to which we aspire and most of all even theirs a lot of litany across the teaching of … Continue reading Do you pray the Litany of the Saints?

The Canadian Catholic Saints

The Catholic Church in the country of Canada extends back in the time  of arrival of the earliest European explorers, more and more religious congregation set in Canada especially among French speaking in the place of Quebec as the time pass by the congregation of  Catholic Church in Canada had work a lot to spread the gospel … Continue reading The Canadian Catholic Saints

Saint Lucy, Virgin and Martyr

December 13 Saint Lucy, Virgin and Martyr: From The Liturgical Year of Dom Prosper Gueranger. Red Double. There comes to us today the fourth of our Wise Virgins, the valiant Martyr Lucy. Her glorious name shines on the sacred Dyptich of the Canon of the Mass together with those of Agatha, Agnes, and Cecily; and … Continue reading Saint Lucy, Virgin and Martyr

Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows a student, seminarian, cleric

March 1, 1838 a saint was born named Francesco Possenti in Assisi Italy, he was the eleventh of thirteen children. Our dear beloved Saint po was baptised on the day of his birth in the same font in which St. Francic of Assisi had been baptised. He was a ladies man and had several romantic involvements and … Continue reading Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows a student, seminarian, cleric

The Miracle of the Holy House of Loreto by Lee Wells

THE MOST TREASURED and venerated Shrine of our Lady throughout the world is that of the Holy House of Nazareth in the Basilica at Loreto, Italy. And rightly so, for according to tradition, to testimonies of Popes and Saints this is where the "recreation"-----our redemption-----began. Over the past several centuries, people from all parts of … Continue reading The Miracle of the Holy House of Loreto by Lee Wells

The Litany of Saint Philomena

First what is litany? Litany are expressing praise to God, Mary and to the Saints it depends on to whom the litany is addressed, its also a list of their deeds or attributes which are admirable and to which we aspire and most of all even theirs a lot of litany across the teaching of … Continue reading The Litany of Saint Philomena

St. Philomena, the Wonder Worker

St. Philomena, Virgin and Martyr from A Book of Prayers and Reflections by Fr. Lasance, 1911. For close on a hundred years the name of St. Philomena has been accorded in the Church a veneration which, growing intensified by the number of miracles vouchsafed through her intercession, has spread over the whole world. Previous to … Continue reading St. Philomena, the Wonder Worker

Who are You, Immaculate Conception? (St. Maximilian Kolbe)

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION: These words fell from the lips of the Immaculata herself. Hence, they must tell, us in the most precise and essential manner, who she really is. Since human words are incapable of expressing Divine realities, it follows that these words, "Immaculate" and "Conception", must be understood in a much more profound, much more … Continue reading Who are You, Immaculate Conception? (St. Maximilian Kolbe)

The Immaculate Conception by Father Francis Xavier Weninger, 1876

"And a great sign appeared in heaven: A woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars."--Apoc. 12. . Among the various privileges of the Blessed Virgin, the one which the Church recalls to us by the feast of to-day strikes us as being … Continue reading The Immaculate Conception by Father Francis Xavier Weninger, 1876

What is the Immaculate Conception

What is the Immaculate Conception? The Immaculate Conception is a Dogma of the Catholic Church, maintaining that, from the moment when she was conceived in the womb, the Blessed Virgin Mary was kept free of Original Sin, so that she was, from the start, filled with the Sanctifying Grace normally conferred in Baptism. It is … Continue reading What is the Immaculate Conception

May I introduce to you the Doctors of the Church

Hello........ Good day to everyone across the entire universe!! And now lets talk about the "Doctors of the Church" well they are not literally a doctor like psychiatrist, cardiologist, allergist (immunologist), anesthesiologist and etc they are more than that they are the saints that have done a lot for the sake of Catholic faith particularly in … Continue reading May I introduce to you the Doctors of the Church

Don’t forget your shoes!!

Saint Nicholas is a major feast in the Europe, he was the only son of wealthy Christian parents named Epiphanius and Johanna, St. Nicholas was very religious from an early age and according to some stories Nicholas was said to have rigorously observed the canonical fasts of Wednesdays and Fridays. But unfortunately his parents died … Continue reading Don’t forget your shoes!!