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Well today is the first day of Ramadan, which is more or less the Islamic version of Lent.  It is a time of fasting, prayer, almsgiving, and spiritual renewal.

According to Muslim belief, Ramadan commemorates the first revelation of the Quran to the prophet Muhammad.  It leads up to a final period Continue Reading »

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A wonderful explanation for anyone who’s wondering 🙂

Ikone_Athanasius_von_Alexandria

Father,
you raised up Saint Athanasius
to be an outstanding defender
of the truth of Christ’s divinity.
By his teaching and protection
may we grow in your knowledge and love.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
who lives and reigns with you
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever.
Amen.

References

Image: Wikipedia

Text: Prayers4reparation’s blogPrayers4reparation’s blog

Pordenone: M‡rk evangelista

O Glorious St. Mark, through the grace of God our Father, you became a great Evangelist, preaching the Good News of Christ.  May you help us to know Him well, so that we may faithfully live our lives as followers of Christ.  Amen.

Acknowledgement

de Sacchis, Giovanni Antonio.  Il Pordenone — San Marco.  26 Aug. 2010.  Wikipedia.  https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Il_Pordenone_-_San_Marco_-_Budapest.jpg#mw-jump-to-license

 

Well I recently returned from a week-long vacation in Central Florida — home of the elegant sand hill crane, among other things.

Here are some other pictures from the journey:

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Bishop Barron responds to a recent survey on women in the Catholic Church…

Yesterday we commemorated the death of Jesus Christ on the Cross; today, His Sabbath Rest in the tomb.

“Commemorate” may not be the most fitting word, for it is not just a matter of “memory” in the conventionally accepted sense Continue Reading »