Rosary of the Chaplet of Tears

Pray the Rosary of the Chaplet of Tears, and spread its devotion. The devil is put to flight when it is recited wholeheartedly. Start with Our Father and Hail Mary, then continue: 1. Beginning Prayer: Crucified Jesus, prostrate at Your feet, we offer You the tears of the Mother who, with love full of devotion … Continue reading Rosary of the Chaplet of Tears

St.Anthony of Padua’s battles with the demons

Saint Anthony of Padua was born in Lisbon in 1195. He entered into the Canons Regular of Saint Augustine at a very young age and became a priest. However, one day he heard the tale of a martyr in Morocco from some Friars Minor, sent by Saint Francis of Assisi to announce the Gospel to … Continue reading St.Anthony of Padua’s battles with the demons

Allie’s Angel

” I saw them with my bodily eyes as clearly as I see you. And when they departed, I used to weep and wish they would take me with them.” ~ST. JOAN OF ARC When Mother’s Day rolls around, Lynn Levitin of West Bloomfield, Michigan, enjoys every minute of it, for her path to maternity … Continue reading Allie’s Angel

St. Christine the Admirable,Victim Soul for the Holy Souls In Purgatory

St. Christine the Admirable lived in Belgium at the close of the twelfth century, and her body is preserved today in St. Trond, in the church of the Redemptorist Fathers. The Life of this illustrious virgin was, written by Thomas de Cantimpre, a Religious of the Order of St. Dominic, an author worthy of credit … Continue reading St. Christine the Admirable,Victim Soul for the Holy Souls In Purgatory

How to Share in 500,000 Masses

The intention we ought to have when saying “Jesus” is to offer all the Masses that are being said all over the world for the glory of God, for our own needs, and for the world at large. About 500,000 Masses are celebrated daily. And we can and should share in all of these. The … Continue reading How to Share in 500,000 Masses

Miracles of St. Padre Pio

During the Second World War, Mrs. Luisa’s son was an officer in the Royal British Navy. At that time she prayed every day for her son’s conversion and salvation. One day an English pilgrim arrived to San Giovanni Rotondo, carrying some English newspapers. Luisa wanted to read them. She found a piece of news concerning … Continue reading Miracles of St. Padre Pio

Blessed Petrus Donders

Son of Arnold Denis Donders and Petronella van den Brekel. Peter grew up poor, rarely getting to school, working at home and in a local factory with his brother Martin, and dreaming of becoming a priest. With the help of local priests and a wealthy patron, he enter the seminary at the College of Herlaar … Continue reading Blessed Petrus Donders

Chaplet of the Holy Infant Jesus

“The More You Honor Me The More I Will Bless You” On the medal the following invocation is said: Divine Infant Jesus, I adore Thy Cross and I accept all the cross Thou wilt be pleased to send me. Adorable Trinity, I offer Thee for the glory of Thy Holy Name of God, all the … Continue reading Chaplet of the Holy Infant Jesus

Miraculous Infant of Prague

The original statue of the Infant Jesus of Prague was created as a royal wedding gift from a Spanish Princess to her Austrian royal cousin. The statue of the Infant is a slender and beautifully-modeled figure and is carved of wood thinly coated with wax, standing nineteen inches tall, with the left foot barely visable … Continue reading Miraculous Infant of Prague

The Crucifix of St.Bridget of Sweden

We are indebted to two of the St.Bridget’s confessors, Peter of Vadstena and Peter of Alvastra, for the biography of the Saint that was written in the year of her death, 1373. From this biography, we learn that Bridget was born in 1303 to a mother known for her deep piety and to Birger Persson, … Continue reading The Crucifix of St.Bridget of Sweden

The Sorrow of the People of Ophel at Seeing Jesus Taken Prisoner (From The Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich)

The fifty soldiers who were sent to join those who had taken Jesus, were a detachment from a company of three hundred men posted to guard the gates and environs of Ophel; for the traitor Judas had reminded the High Priests that the inhabitants of Ophel (who were principally of the labouring class, and whose … Continue reading The Sorrow of the People of Ophel at Seeing Jesus Taken Prisoner (From The Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich)

The 15 Prayers of St. Bridget of Sweden

These Prayers and these Promises have been copied from a book printed in Toulouse in 1740 and published by the P. Adrien Parvilliers of the Company of Jesus, Apostolic Missionary of the Holy Land, with approbation, permission and recommendation to distribute them. Pope Pius IX took cognizance of these Prayers with the prologue; he approved … Continue reading The 15 Prayers of St. Bridget of Sweden