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  • Hooray! Our little greenhouse is going up today. We had some success with it last year (its first year), such as tomatoes more than a month earlier. Hubby is tweeking it a bit this year…he added a back door so it would not get too hot on warm, sunny days, and he is installing it a little later, so that we will not have as much worry about snow collapsing it, or the nights getting too cold. I believe that he is also planting more seeds directly in the ground this year, rather than starting them in pots. Is anyone else planning their gardens?

  • Thank you, Lord, for the sunshine.

  • Please join me in praying this chaplet every day in reparation for all abuses of the Blessed Sacrament.
    This chaplet can be prayed at any time during the day.
    Prayers I Love: Chaplet Of The Adorable Sacrament
    http://prayers-i-love.blogspot.com/2016/03/chaplet-of-adorable-sacrament.html

  • God continues to seek hearts…

  • “RIVERS OF LIVING WATER” (Jn 7:38)

    “I saw water flowing.” —Ezekiel 47:1

    Water trickled “from beneath the threshold of the temple toward the east” (Ez 47:1). This trickle became a great river which emptied into the sea and made the salt waters fresh (Ez 47:8-9). Wherever this river flowed, it brought abundant life (Ez 47:12). In today’s psalm, the psalmist refers to “a stream whose runlets gladden the city of God” (Ps 46:5). Because God is present in His city and at this stream, this stream is a river of peace where the Lord stops “wars to the end of the earth” (Ps 46:10). Our Gospel reading mentions the water of the pool of Bethesda, a spiritual whirlpool which gave healing to the first person plunged into it after it was miraculously agitated (Jn 5:7).
    The Church has chosen these Biblical readings about water to prepare us to renew our baptismal promises in two-and-a-half weeks. The waters of Baptism are much greater than Ezekiel’s river of life, the psalmist’s river of peace, or the healing pool of Bethesda. The waters of Baptism are greater than the flood waters at Noah’s time, the waters of the Red Sea, and even the River Jordan in which Jesus was baptized. When we renew our baptismal promises, we reject Satan, all his works, and all his empty p…[Read more]

  • In praise of charity

    From a sermon by Pope St Leo the Great[ 390 – 461 A.D. ]

    So the faithful should look into themselves and carefully examine their minds and the impulses of their hearts. If they find some of the fruits of love stored in their hearts then they must not doubt God’s presence within them, but to make themselves more and more able to receive so great a guest they should do more and more works of durable mercy and kindness. After all, if God is love, charity should know no limit, for God himself cannot be confined within limits.In John’s gospel the Lord says: By this love you have for one another, everyone will know you are my disciples. In a letter by John we read: My dear people, let us love one another since love comes from God and everyone who loves is begotten by God and knows God. Anyone who fails to love can never have known God, because God is love. What is the appropriate time for performing works of charity? My beloved children, any time is the right time, but these days of Lent provide a special encouragement. Those who want to be present at the Lord’s Passover in holiness of mind and body should seek above all to win this grace. Charity contains all other virtues and covers a multitude of sins. As we prepare to celebrate that greatest of al…[Read more]

  • #Trust -“Speak to God about everything that happens or that doesn’t happen, about how you feel and how you wish you were feeling, about things that go right and things that go absolutely wrong. Then give God time and space to talk about these things with you.” —Daughters of St. Paul USA
    Word of the Day: #PRAYER
    “If your thoughts tend to wander in prayer, notice where they wander and point that out to God. It may be just what you need to pray about!” —Daughters of St. Paul USA

  • Remembering Mother Angelica from the Vatican to Alabama

  • We have had 24 hour Adoration for over 20 years. Many are the faithful souls who have adored, prayed for and worked tirelessly to get it going and keep it vibrant all of these years. And many are the blessings we have all received from having the chapel to adore our Lord in. May He be adored in all the churches and chapels throughout the world until the time He comes to us in glory!

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    Hello everybody! I just discovered this awesome site. And from the little browsing I\’ve done so far, I\’m glad I did! My Catholic faith is very important in my life. I was very blessed to have been born into a very Catholic family. As I\’ve grown in my adult life it has become much more than something I do. It\’s who I am. It\’s my very heart. I often marvel at how God shows Himself to me, a little nobody to most in this huge world. But His love is palpable to any who seek His face!
    Glad I\’m here with my brothers and sisters in Christ! Good to meet you all!

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