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  • Christopher Schaefer posted an update in the group Group logo of Latin MassLatin Mass 4 days, 4 hours ago

    The church of the Holy Rosary in the Bronx, New York, USA is adding a monthly Mass in Extraordinary Form (aka Traditional #Latin Mass #TLM ) to its Sunday schedule.

  • Tomorrow is the First Saturday in January. The live Mass on EWTN will be followed by the recitation of the Rosary. Please check for the broadcast time in your area.

  • Jess Espinosa posted an update 1 month ago

    Big fire, neighbors helped, rosary survived

  • “…To import such a picture into Saudi Arabia, where rosary beads are banned, along with any other Christian paraphernalia, would presumably be illegal. That the Prince has bought the picture may be a tangible sign of his moving towards a more moderate form of Islam, as he has spoken of doing. This could mean that the buying of the painting is a sign of hope for the many Christians who live and work in Saudi Arabia. Perhaps they are going to be granted some form of religious toleration. Conversely, that the Prince has bought the painting may be a message to the religious conservatives in the Kingdom that the Prince is setting out on the path to moderation.
    Thus we should be extremely pleased that a Prince from a country that bans Christianity should have bought a Christian picture: it could be a sign of better things to come…”

  • This rosary is very special, given to me on my first Mass at my new parish by a very talented man. The color of the seed beads lighten with every touch, and everyone given this rosary prays for each other—there are over 2000 of us with this rosary! May God bless him and hold him close as he mourns the recent passing of his wonderful wife. God bless you, Clarence. Eternal rest grant onto Becky.

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    • Awesome Story! Thanks for sharing!!! Love the color coded bible work!

      • Thank you! The highlights are from Patrick Madrid’s book “150 Bible Verses Every Catholic Should Know” The colored tabs help me find the book I need quickly.

    • I notice the tabs that you have for each book of the Bible.
      That takes a long time and is very tedious but worth the effort.
      I just need to remind myself to do it.

      • You’re right. It does take time, I have friends who have had me tab their Bibles. Very worth it. It’s just making sure you have a couple of uninterrupted hours to do it. I have extra sets of tabs with missing parts because I messed up and had to open a new kit to fix a mistake. So, have a spare! lol

  • Rosemarie posted an update 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    So excited for my students to choose their Rosary to keep and learn how to pray it!

  • Tomorrow is the First Saturday in December. The live Mass on EWTN will be followed by the recitation of the Rosary. Please check for the broadcast time in your area.

  • Miriam Westen posted an update in the group Group logo of Catholic News WorldCatholic News World 2 months ago

  • Janice Belbey posted an update in the group Group logo of Introduce YourselfIntroduce Yourself 2 months ago

    I am hoping to network with other Catholics in the Greenville, South Carolina area. My husband and I are moving there this coming year and joining the Our Lady of the Rosary parish. I am a graduate of the Theology of the Body Institute and also recently certified as a Spiritual Director having studied under Fr. Timothy Gallagher, OMV and the Oblates of the Virgin Mary. I deeply desire to serve Christ and His Church!! Being new to SC, I’m hoping for fellowship on Awestruck

  • Behold, Giovanni Gasparro’s “St Pius V and St. Charles #Borromeo defending Catholicism against #Islam and the #Protestant Heresy.” Oil on canvass 220×160 cm (it’s big!), 2017. Follow the vector from the celestial hand (divine? Mary’s?) delivering the Rosary to Pope St. Pius, through the extended pointing arm of the putto, through the parchment of 95 Theses, down Luther’s clenched fist the hog’s leg. The banner with the Crucifix separates the 95 Theses (on fire!) and the Koran. Luther and the Islamic figure (Mohammad?) have unattractive infernal “halos”. Commissioned, naturally, not by an ecclesiastic, but a member of the laity. He who was called “a blind heresiarch” by St. John Bosco and by St. Peter Canisio “an impious blasphemer” is depicted alongside a pig and with swinish eyes: inclined to evil, to guzzling and nuns, [in fact] his contemporaries used to call him Porcus Saxioniae. Concerning the infatuation many priests have for Martin #Luther , witnessed recently in Milanese exhibitions and Vatican stamps: where priests are surrendering, painters are resisting.

  • Tomorrow is the First Saturday of the month. The live Mass on EWTN will be followed by the recitation of the Rosary. Please check for the broadcast time where you live.

  • The novena begins tomorrow!

  • Amazing is the recent Rosary Rally in Poland where over a million faithful literally surrounded Poland at its borders to pray for Poland and Europe plus millions more in local churches, major airports, homes, and abroad…….for protection from the secular influences of the European Union and for the preservation of its Christian roots, for the people of Poland to remain faithful to the Church, for the solution of its socioeconomic problems, for peace, for Europe and for the world. The article below has considerable detail and gives an overview of the strength of the Church in Poland.

  • This is a startling headline! Why would anyone dispose of a Contemplative Nun??


    “When you were slaves of sin, you had freedom from justice. What benefit did you then enjoy?” —Romans 6:20-21

    Every human being is both enslaved and free. We can choose to be “slaves of sin” (Rm 6:20) and thus free from justice, or we can be “freed from sin” and “slaves of God” (Rm 6:22). If we choose slavery to sin, we “will reap a harvest of corruption” (Gal 6:8), things that we will be “ashamed of, all of them tending toward death” (Rm 6:21). If we choose to be freed from sin and slaves of God, we will be sanctified (Rm 6:19, 22). “The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Rm 6:23).
    Throughout this day and every day, each of us by our actions, words, thoughts, activities, and silences choose life or death, light or darkness, sin or holiness, Jesus or selfishness. Choose life! (Dt 30:19) Choose Jesus! Repent! Go to Confession. Choose to take up daily the cross of Jesus, and invite everyone else to do the same. Jesus is standing and knocking at the door of your heart. He promises: “If anyone hears Me calling and opens the door, I will enter his house and have supper with him, and he with Me. I will give the victor the right to sit with Me on My throne” (Rv 3:20-21). Choose to open the door t…[Read more]

  • We’re doing the novena again this year. 🙂

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