saikyougutsy:

By @katolikongpinoy “Happy Feast Day, Saint John Paul II ! Please pray for us! #Saint #Holy #Catholic #Christian #KatolikongPinoy” via @PhotoRepost_app

saikyougutsy:

By @katolikongpinoy “Happy Feast Day, Saint John Paul II ! Please pray for us! #Saint #Holy #Catholic #Christian #KatolikongPinoy” via @PhotoRepost_app

Prayer request.

catholic-girl-in-training:

Would you please pray for my grandfather? He is having heart surgery tomorrow morning at 8:15 am.

(via dicoqui)

dramoor:

Most Beautiful Theotokos and Christ Child
(via Pinterest)

dramoor:

Most Beautiful Theotokos and Christ Child

(via Pinterest)

canonizedandotherwise:

Christ is our peace.

canonizedandotherwise:

Christ is our peace.

by-grace-of-god:

"I am the Good Shepherd; the Good Shepherd lays down His life for the sheep." - John 10:11

by-grace-of-god:

"I am the Good Shepherd; the Good Shepherd lays down His life for the sheep." - John 10:11

(via burning-lampstand)

Schoolhouse Rock - “Three is a Magic Number” (1973)

"A man and a woman had a little baby.
Yes, they did.
They had three in the family.
That’s a magic number.” 

maronitesoul:

The relics of Saint Rafka are currently visiting the Maronite Parishes in the USA between Mid-October and Mid-November, on the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of her death (1914-2014).

The relics are bones from her jaw, and they have never been exposed before. The relics have been visiting parishes in Lebanon, since the 23rd of March 2014.

Star of the East Radio, the first maronite radio in the USA, is covering the visits. For more info: https://www.facebook.com/StarOfTheEastRadio

This is amazing! I wish her relics were coming to the Pittsburgh area.

asker

mysteriumkeeper asked: How is the Roman Catholic Church going to be co-commemorating the 2017 500th anniversary of the Reformation with the Lutherans?

fatherangel:

Hello keeper:

I’m going to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Revolt (mistakenly called a Reformation) with Masses, in black requiem vestments, begging God’s forgiveness for the countless souls lost in the Revolt and for the scandal of perpetual Christian division which it introduced.

Now, if the Pope wants to send a representative to go play nice and be politely friendly to Lutherans, he can do whatever he wants. I would be unamused but, oh well.

But Martin Luther was a heresiarch, and an apostate priest who deflowered a nun and went on to encourage the slaughter of rebelling German peasants. That I don’t understand. Luther himself was a rebel against papal authority, but when the peasants in Germany followed his example of revolt, he told the German princes to turn their muskets on them and slay them.

Luther was also a brilliant theologian, a wannabe saint and scripture scholar who was enraged at the corruption and idiocy of large swaths of the Catholic clergy, so we can understand how he become a powder keg that just finally blew up.

But I find nothing to commemorate, or rejoice at, as we approach the 500th October 31st of Luther’s Revolt. How appropriate that the day falls on Halloween, because the result for Christianity, from the so-called Reformation, is something of a costume party.

Now, every Christian doesn’t ask first how to stay loyal to the Church, for life. Now, every Christian asks which masks of Christianity he or she feels like wearing according to their personal tastes and diversions. God bless and take care! Fr. Angel

the-majestic-cheese-turtle:

Please pray for my grandma’s sister, and the rest of her family. She may not have long to live. 

lonecanislupus:

Greetings, you who are highly favored! The Lord is with you #virginmary #angelgabriel #catholicism #instalove #instatrue #instafaith #jesuschrist #god #scripture #bible

lonecanislupus:

Greetings, you who are highly favored! The Lord is with you #virginmary #angelgabriel #catholicism #instalove #instatrue #instafaith #jesuschrist #god #scripture #bible

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