For the courage and strength to go forth and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and for a return to Catholic Christian values in our society. Arise, O Lord, help us and redeem us for Thy Name's sake. Psalm 43:26.
Month: May 2020
Rogation Intention: Day 2
For our country, and for all our government leaders, that they may work together to create laws that are truly just and uphold standards of charity and peace in our society.
Rogation Intention: Day 1
For our Holy Father, Pope Francis, and for the liberty and exaltation of Holy Mother Church.
The Rogation Days
https://wp.me/p8cBMM-1q3 Per Catholic Restoration, today begins the Minor Rogations, the three days before Ascension Thursday where we ask God's forgiveness and plead for His help.
Lessons to be learned from the current Pandemic–via Catholicism Pure & Simple
An insightful article explaining what Covid-19 is teaching us. May we take these lessons to heart. https://wp.me/pYA4j-dWT
We Need Fatima’s Message – Especially Today–via Catholicism Pure & Simple
Our Lady of Fatima’s feast day is today, May 13. Our Lady of Fatima, ora pro nobis! https://wp.me/pYA4j-dWu
Via Lucis–The Way of Light (Stations of the Resurrection)
The Via Lucis is a fairly new devotion that chronicles the different events from the Resurrection of Christ up until Pentecost. Like the Via Crucis, it has 14 stations and has reflections for each station. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/resources/liturgy/easter-season/via-lucis-way-of-the-light
May: A Month for Our Blessed Mother
Woman, behold your son. Behold your mother. John 19:26-27 Just like we’ve done in years past, we crowned our Marian statue out front with a wreath of white flowers at the beginning of this month and She will continue to wear this wreath for the month of May. This is the month set aside by … Continue reading May: A Month for Our Blessed Mother
St. Athanasius–Bishop, Doctor of the Church and Patron Saint of Lumen Fidei
Today, May 2, is the feast day of a great saint, a champion of orthodoxy, and one of the patrons of Lumen Fidei Ministries. St. Athanasius was born of a Christian family in Alexandria, Egypt and received a classical education. He became the secretary to the bishop of Alexandria, Alexander, and eventually succeeded him as … Continue reading St. Athanasius–Bishop, Doctor of the Church and Patron Saint of Lumen Fidei