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Irapuato         Thursday, 07:17
Cardinal responds to Planned Parenthood videos
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Irapuato         Thursday, 06:17
The Greatest Preacher Preached Short Sermons (Saint Peter Chrysologus)
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Irapuato         Thursday, 06:11
Some Sermons of St. Peter Chrysologus
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Irapuato         Thursday, 05:09
...for the Jubilee Year of Mercy the bodies of the two great Capuchin saints of mercy, St Padre Pio and St Leopold Mandic, will be brought to St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican and exposed for veneration by the faithful. The extraordinary move will give pilgrims the chance to reflect on how God worked wonders of mercy in the lives and teachings of these two humble Capuchin friars, especially through their long hours of dedication in the confessional. These two confessors spent up … [More]
Irapuato         Thursday, 04:47
Thursday of the Seventeenth week in Ordinary Time
Book of Exodus 40:16-21.34-38.

Moses did exactly as the LORD had commanded him.
On the first day of the first month of the second year the Dwelling was erected.
It was Moses who erected the Dwelling. He placed its pedestals, set up its boards, put in its bars, and set up its columns. He spread the tent over the Dwelling and put the covering on top of the tent, as the LORD had commanded him. He took the commandments and put them in … [More]
Irapuato         Thursday, 00:08
A landmark Catholic archeological discovery is made at the site of the Jamestown settlement, a group of US Senators plan to defund Planned Parenthood, growing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and a look ahead to the 133rd Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus....
Irapuato         Wednesday, 23:54
Day 9 St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena
From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola:
I recommend that virtue to you which includes all others, and which our Lord so greatly praised by calling it His great commandment: “This is My commandment that you love one another” (John 15:12). You are not only to maintain a union of love among yourselves, but you must extend it to every one and set your hearts on fire with the desire for your neighbor’s salvation, realizing that each soul is the … [More]
Irapuato         Wednesday, 12:24
"You have the very strange situation of a Catholic reliquary being found with the leader of the first Protestant church in the country.” The finding is a historical bombshell, unearthed in a grave on the site of what was once the first church built at Jamestown. Which means researchers may have just discovered proof of an underground community of Catholics—including Archer and perhaps the person who buried him with the relic—who pretended to be Protestants.W
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Irapuato         Tuesday, 23:07
jahfuentes Day 8 St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena
From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola:
I ask you to put forth your every effort to win honor in heaven, fame and renown before the Lord, who is to be our judge. If God has given you the world’s goods in abundance, it is to help you gain those of heaven and to be a good example of sound teaching to your sons, servants, and relatives [Ep. 1:81].
Be generous to the poor orphans and those in need. The man to whom our Lord … [More]
Irapuato         Tuesday, 23:03
First Letter of John 4:7-16.
Beloved, let us love one another, because love is of God; everyone who loves is begotten by God and knows God.
Whoever is without love does not know God, for God is love.
In this way the love of God was revealed to us: God sent his only Son into the world so that we might have life through him.
In this is love: not that we have loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as expiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we also must love one … [More]
Irapuato         Tuesday, 12:33
Why Detroit Has the Largest Satanist Temple Chapter in the US
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Irapuato         Monday, 23:25
Day 7 St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena
From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola:
If the devil praises us, we must humble ourselves reflecting on our sins and wretchedness. If he abases us and keeps us down, we must then lift ourselves up in true faith and hope in our Lord, recalling to mind the benefits we have received from Him and with how much love and affection He is waiting to save us. The enemy is totally unconcerned whether he speaks the truth or tells lies; his only desire … [More]
Irapuato         Monday, 23:23
EL PERDON DE ASIS (indulgencia de la Porciúncula)
Condiciones para obtener la indulgencia

El Perdón de Asís se puede obtener para uno mismo o por los difuntos. Las condiciones son las prescritas para las indulgencias plenarias.
1) Visita al Santuario con la recitación de un Padrenuestro y un Credo
2) Confesión sacramental y Santa Comunión 3) Rezar según las intenciones del Sumo Pontífice. www.corazones.org/…/a_sta_maria_ang…
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Irapuato         Monday, 23:04
walkwithfrancis.org ‘Walk with Francis’ service pledge drive launched in honor of visit
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Called the "Walk With Francis Pledge," the campaign invites people to serve others in their community and then share their pledge on social media. The pledge involves three ways to participate in that "walk":
-- Through prayer and learning about the faith: walkwithfrancis.org/pledge/pray.
-- Through charitable service to others: walkwithfrancis.org/pledge/… [More]
Irapuato         Monday, 23:01
Catholic Church leaves Antarctica
The Catholic Church's time in Antarctica has come to an end after a 57-year history as the number of church goers dwindles.

The National Science Foundation (NSF), which over-sees the US Antarctic Programme said the decline in people attending services at McMurdo Station meant there was no longer the need for a Catholic Priest.
A military chaplaincy will remain at the base providing inter-denominational religious services and personal support to the … [More]
Irapuato         Monday, 22:47
Tuesday of the Seventeenth week in Ordinary Time
Book of Exodus 33:7-11.34:5b-9.28.

The tent, which was called the meeting tent, Moses used to pitch at some distance away, outside the camp. Anyone who wished to consult the LORD would go to this meeting tent outside the camp.
Whenever Moses went out to the tent, the people would all rise and stand at the entrance of their own tents, watching Moses until he entered the tent.
As Moses entered the tent, the column of cloud would come … [More]
Irapuato         Monday, 12:39
Origen e Historia del Camino de Santiago: un ermitaño llamado «Pelayo» que vivía en Solovio, en el bosque de Libredón, empezó a observar durante las noches resplandores misteriosos. Inmediatamente informó del hallazgo a Teodomiro, obispo de Iria Flavia que marchó a aquel lugar encontrándose que esa luz revelaba el lugar donde estaba enterrada el Arca Marmárea. En el sepulcro pétreo reposaban tres cuerpos, atribuyéndolos a Santiago el Mayor y sus discípulos Teodoro y Anastasio. [More]
Irapuato         Monday, 01:15
Day 6 St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena
If we desire to live in honor and to be esteemed by our neighbors, then we shall never be solidly rooted in God our Lord, and it will be impossible for us to remain undisturbed when insults come our way [Ep. 1:86].
If we find that we are without the patience to endure insults from others we, then, have greater reason to complain, not because of those who injure us, but because of our own sensuality and carnal inclinations, and because we are not … [More]
Irapuato         Saturday, 23:52
Day 5 St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena
From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola:
We should praise all the laws of the Church, keeping our minds ever ready to seek reasons to defend them and not to oppose them [Spir. Exer., “Rules for Thinking with the Church”].
I must remind you to frequent the sacraments, to read spiritual books, and to pray with as much recollection as you possibly can. Every day set aside some time so that the soul will not be without its food and, thus, you … [More]
Irapuato         Saturday, 23:34

The Shrine of Saint Anne d'Auray, Brittany, France
The story:
One of France's most revered shrines is located in Brittany: the Shrine of St. Anne d'Auray. Dedicated to the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary, it is the sight of an apparition of Saint Anne to a local peasant. Today it is an important pilgrimage center: When Pope John Paul II visited here in 1996 he said Mass for over 160,000 people.
Located in Northwestern France, Brittany is often considered the most Catholic area in … [More]
Irapuato         Saturday, 10:44
Day 4 St. Ignatius of Loyola Novena
From the writings of St. Ignatius of Loyola:
I desire for you the joy and full consolation of soul that I desire for myself, and I sympathize with you in your trials. . .but I consider this a very special gift of God our Lord for He is providing you with an occasion to practice patience, as well as faith and hope in Him [Ep. 6:161].
In the life which is eternal and without end God will reward your patience with indescribable joy and glory; there … [More]
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