We need our mothers and miss them when they’re gone. Here’s a Mothers’Day reflection, and a simple prayer to grow in faith.
St. Therese delivers! Amid the Coronavirus Quarantine, the sign of roses makes a house call.
In the wee hours of Thursday, August 29, an idea came in my sleep. Make a 20-decade rosary of fresh roses, and give it to the people of the parish, so they may use it to pray all 20 decades of the rosary, carrying it in procession around the church.
Fresh Thoughts on measuring-up:
When the Holy Spirit has something to say about the nagging feelings of, “You’re not good enough.”
The full Novena is in this blog post.
We’re asking the intercession of St. Joseph and St. John the Baptist, as we pray for fathers:
“And he will go before him in the spirit and power of Elijah, to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the disobedient to the wisdom of the just, to make ready for the Lord a people prepared.” Luke 1:17 RSVCE
Heavenly Father, As Memorial Day approaches, our thoughts turn toward the many brave men and women of the Armed Forces who are now counted among the faithful dead, who gave of themselves to protect and serve the United States of America.
A Memorial Day Rosary Novena for the Holy Military Souls in Purgatory begins Saturday, May 18, 2019.
The full text and instructions of our Mother’s Day Novena, containing original prayers not previously published. Begin praying on Saturday, May 4. You may copy and share to your heart’s content.
Join me, and Allison Gingras of Reconciled to You, for a special Rosary Novena for Mothers, Grandmothers, and all the moms in your life. Each of the nine days, we take up one of the Fruits of the Holy Spirit, found in Galatians 5:22-23. Beginning Saturday, May 4, 2019, the Novena concludes on Mother’s Day,…