Two Major Pillars holding the Catholic Church

Two Major Pillars holding the Catholic Church Every Catholic has a moral obligation to fulfill; bearing the true faith, keeping it and living on it unconditionally. It doesn't stop there… one must confidently spread it at every corner, even if it will incite persecution and hatred. Major concern is to lead people to the right … Continue reading Two Major Pillars holding the Catholic Church

To Mary, Queen of Martyrs for Resignation in Tribulation

To Mary, Queen of Martyrs for Resignation in Tribulation: . .   O Mary, Queen of Martyrs, Mother of God, and my most loving Mother, humbly prostrate at thy feet I dedicate myself to the compassion of thy Sorrowful Heart, which was plunged into such an abyss of woe and humiliation, and at the same … Continue reading To Mary, Queen of Martyrs for Resignation in Tribulation

The Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Divine Mercy

In the words of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque herself: “One day, on the Feast of St. John the Evangelist, after Holy Communion, the Heart of Jesus was represented to me as on a throne, formed of fire and flames, shedding rays on every side and brighter than the sun. The wound which He received upon … Continue reading The Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Divine Mercy

Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus by St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus by St. Margaret Mary Alacoque O Sacred Heart of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, to Thee I consecrate and offer up my person and my life, my actions, trials and sufferings, that my entire being may henceforth only be employed in loving, honoring and glorifying Thee. This … Continue reading Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus by St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

Litany to Our Lady

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 Litany to Our Lady

The Heart that offers Jesus to the world

Form of Consecration of the Human Race to the Sacred Heart of Jesus Most sweet Jesus, Redeemer of the human race, look down upon us humbly prostrate before Thine Altar (outside a church or oratory say: in Thy presence). We are Thine, and Thine we wish to be; but to be more surely united to … Continue reading The Heart that offers Jesus to the world

Promises of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Rev. Irenaeus Schoenherr, O.F.M.

God has always dealt with men in a way consonant with their nature-by drawing them to His Holy Will by promises of reward. It was so with His dealings with the chosen people under the Old Dispensation. It was the way of Christ in the New, promising even a hundredfold return for compliance with His … Continue reading Promises of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Rev. Irenaeus Schoenherr, O.F.M.

How the Apostles died and where are their remains?

HOW THE APOSTLES DIED. 1. Matthew -Suffered martyrdom in Ethiopia, Killed by a sword wound. 2. Mark -Died in Alexandria, Egypt , after being dragged by Horses through the streets until he was dead. 3. Luke -Was hanged in Greece as a result of his tremendous Preaching to the lost. 4. John -Faced martyrdom when … Continue reading How the Apostles died and where are their remains?

Easter Sunday by Fr. Fancis Xavier Weninger, 1876.

"And on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalen cometh early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulcher."-John xx, 1. Alleluia! Once more we greet the joyous Easter-day, the glorious festival, the feast of feasts! Alleluia! the lofty note of triumph resounds throughout high heaven to salute the Lamb of God, the mighty … Continue reading Easter Sunday by Fr. Fancis Xavier Weninger, 1876.

Supplications to Our Mother of Altagracia

Supplications to Our Mother of Altagracia: 1. Oh sweetest Mother of Altagracia, all pure and Immaculate from thy Conception!  We beseech thee to bless us, thy children, with the grace to love the purity thou practicedst and to preserve the innocence of our children. Hail Mary… 2. Oh sweetest Mother of Altagracia, admirable model of … Continue reading Supplications to Our Mother of Altagracia

The Litany to St. Vincent Ferrer

 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 to St. Vincent Ferrer

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)

St. Leonard of Port Maurice and The Station of the Cross

Thingking about the prayer of Hail Mary reminds me about a Saint that came from Porto Maurizio Italy a saint that reminds me how great our beloved lady was......... It was St. Leonard the diary of his mission was written by Fra Diego da Firenze many of his writings have been translated into the most diverse languages … Continue reading St. Leonard of Port Maurice and The Station of the Cross