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Three Humble Mothers, Three Sons Who Changed the World

In the week leading up to Christmas, as we awaited the birth of the Christ Child in a humble stable in Bethlehem, the daily readings focused on God’s choice of three simple, unsophisticated women to be mothers whose sons would change history. < Viagra soft online span style=”color: #993300;”>Hannah, Mother of Samuel Hannah prayed to […]

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The Queenship of Mary in History and Tradition

Ladybird, Ladybird, fly away home Your house is on fire and you sale viagra online r children are gone All except one, and that’s Little Anne For she has crept under the warming pan. On August 22, the Church celebrates the Memorial of the Queenship of the Virgin Mary. I thought that today, in honor […]

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THE FRUIT OF HER WOMB: John Meets His Cousin for the First Time

Today we celebrate the Feast of the Visitation, that day when the pregnant Mary travels from Nazareth to Bethany in the hill country to visit her older cousin Elizabeth.  Mary seeks support, advice, perhaps a shoulder to cry on—for she must have worried what people would think, seeing her condition.  Wouldn’t they be scandalized?  And […]

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JUST IN TIME FOR MOTHER’S DAY! St. Anne Named Patron of Detroit

Now there’s a mother to admire!  Just imagine dinnertime at the home of Saint Anne, mother of the Virgin Mary and grandmother of Jesus!  All the sharing, all the prayer, all the joy that must have filled that happy home! Just in time for Mother’s Day, Saint Anne, mother of the Virgin Mary and grandmother […]

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The Regina Coeli (“Queen of Heaven”) is a traditional Marian prayer. During the Easter season (from Easter until Pentecost), the Regina Coeli is recited in place of the Angelus, that ancient prayer of the Church which has traditionally been recited at noon and again at 6:00 p.m. The prayer dates back to at least the […]

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