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Saint John Paul II

"O God, who are rich in mercy and who willed that the blessed John Paul the Second should preside as Pope over your universal Church, grant, we pray, that instructed by his teaching, we may open our … More
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SvataHora
fake "saint"
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JPII is not a saint for true Catholics of tradition, 1. As the first he betrayed the Liturgy - turning backward to the Eucharistic God in the Taberna… More

Christ the High Priest

"Since in Jesus, the Son of God, we have the supreme high priest who has gone through to the highest heaven, we must never let go of the faith that we have professed. For it is not as if we had a … More
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Lumen Ecclesiæ

Beautiful light in Blackfriars Oxford after a Missa Cantata in the Dominican rite this morning, 20th October 2018. St Dominic is called 'Light of the Church', and this image of the saint matched his … More
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North American Martyrs

19 October is the feast of the Martyrs of Canada, also known as the North American Martyrs, who were eight Jesuit missionaries from Sainte-Marie among the Hurons. They were ritually tortured and … More
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AlexBKaiser
Pray for Vigano.

St Luke as Artist

"By giving us the gospel of Christ, Saint Luke proclaimed the rising of the Sun from on high." – Benedictus antiphon for the feast of St Luke. Statue of the saint who, by Tradition, is said to have … More
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Winged Ox

"Luke, the saintly evangelist, achieved well-merited glory in the Church by telling of the gentle nature of Christ." – Magnificat antiphon for the feast of St Luke. The winged ox is the symbol for … More
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St Luke the Evangelist

"Having first traced it carefully from its beginnings, Saint Luke wrote his gospel, that we might understand the instruction we had already received, in all its certainty. He wrote concerning all … More
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St Ignatius of Antioch

"My bonds, which I carry about with me for the sake of Jesus Christ (praying that I may attain to God), exhort you. Continue in harmony among yourselves, and in prayer with one another; for it … More
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St Margaret Mary Alacoque

"One cannot love without suffering. He [Jesus] showed us this very clearly upon the cross, where He was consumed for love of us. And it is still the same every day in the Blessed Sacrament of the … More
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St Teresa of Ávila

"May today there be peace within. May you trust God that you are exactly where you are meant to be. May you not forget the infinite possibilities that are born of faith. May you use those gifts that … More
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SvataHora
Your pictures would deserve more attention!

Seat of Wisdom

"I prayed, and understanding was given me; I entreated, and the spirit of Wisdom came to me. I esteemed her more than sceptres and thrones; compared with her, I held riches as nothing. I reckoned no … More
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Saint Edward the Confessor

"Born in 1003, St Edward died at Westminster on 5 January 1066. He became king of England in 1042, the last of the old Anglo-Saxon line; his death precipitated the Norman invasion of 1066. Commonly … More
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St Wilfrid

"Wilfrid was born in Northumbria in 634. As a boy he was educated in the monastery of Lindisfarne. Later he travelled to Rome in the company of Benet Biscop, spending a considerable time at Lyons on … More
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Pope St John XXIII

"Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was born in the village of Sotto il Monte, near Bergamo, in 1881. At the age of 11 he entered the seminary at Bergamo and later pursued his studies at the Pontifical … More
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They are making saints of all Vatican II popes to cement the revolution in the church. John XXIII is rumored to be a Mason. web.archive.org www.arct… More
CatMuse
Ahhhh remember Fr Manny pretending to cry, trying to convince us of the wonderful cult of John XXIII that no one seemed to know about More

St Paulinus receiving the Pallium

"Paulinus was a monk from Rome sent to England by St Gregory the Great in 601. We have an idea of his appearance. St Bede describes him as ‘tall, with a slight stoop, black hair, a thin face, a … More
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Saint Louis Bertrand

"Today's saint, a 16th-century Spanish Dominican who was a missionary in Central and South America and the Caribbean, was quite a transformer. He's often shown holding a crucifix, but if you look … More
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The Good Samaritan

"We’re all familiar with the parable of the Good Samaritan, and the moral of the story is obvious. “Go, and do the same yourself” – Go, and care for those in need, including your enemy. Love your … More
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Our Lady of the Rosary

"No man can meditate upon these without feeling a new awakening in his heart of confidence that he will certainly obtain through Mary the fullness of the mercies of God." – Pope Leo XIII My sermon … More
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Lepanto in 1571

"The Pope was in his chapel before day or battle broke, (Don John of Austria is hidden in the smoke.) The hidden room in man’s house where God sits all the year, The secret window whence the world … More
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Queen of the Most Holy Rosary

"There is none among you, venerable brethren, who will not remember how great trouble and grief God's Holy Church suffered from the Albigensian heretics, who sprung from the sect of the later … More
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