“We must discover the
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To whom God’s love, commits me here,
Ever this night, be at my side,
To light and guard, to rule and Guide. Amen.
The above prayer is a very powerful one. Many people have great devotion and awareness of their angels. Angels are very important “Messengers” of God’s love and protection. The following stories
An 87 Year Old College Student Named Rose
The first day of school our professor introduced himself and challenged us to get to know someone we didn’t already know. I stood up to look around when a gentle
The world is mourning for Alfie Evans, a British two-year-old who this weekend passed away at Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
Alfie had an extremely rare neurodegenerative disease, one which doctors decided was impossible to cure or reverse. After they determined it was best to take the boy off ventilation and to allow him to “pass away peacefully
The month of May, brings with it great beauty and certainly uplifts our spirits. As we begin this new month, take time to enjoy the colour, life and rich energy this “season of new life and growth”. I’m very conscious also of students as they soon approach their exams. I pray every blessing of peace and confidence to bless all
The forthcoming referendum on May 25th is fast approaching. A referendum, that calls us to reflect upon issues, that are often deeply sensitive, personal and yet so very important for the heartbeat, of a Republic, whose witness of resilience and courage, protects the many not the few. A Republic, whose constitution values vulnerable citizens, including beautiful babies, alive and
The third apostolic exhortation of Pope Francis’ pontificate, published recently is a call to holiness – simple and accessible, without being watered down or superficial. It is a papal document written in a personal tone, to remove any “fear of holiness.” This is a wonderful inspirational read. Here are 15 key words from Gaudete et Exultate.
Beatitudes (n.63): Nothing
We are at our best when we feel at home and at ease. This is the great gift of the Risen Lord, just as in the scripture, He, “looks at us and loves us as we are”. He continues to touch our hearts and awaken new life and hope that replenishes and renews our often bruised and weary soul.