Tag Archives: Religion and Spirituality
We will kneel and pray in our churches and in our chapels but how many of us would have the courage to kneel before Christ in the public square with people staring, pointing, giggling and laughing? At the name of … Continue reading
I’m captivated by the theme song for this project. Please go and check out this link and listen to their theme song. Just doing my little part to spread the message. I’m Catholic Cool! – The I’m Catholic Cool Project.
Today is the Feast of the Annunciation so I thought I would repost on the Hail Mary or Ave Maria (Latin). The Hail Mary has its origins in the Gospel of Luke Chapter 1. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia The Hail … Continue reading
It all began in the year 1844 with some frustrated Jesuit seminarians and their wise but slightly exasperated spiritual director. These seminarians in Vals, France were eager to join the missions in India and America. After hearing the seminarians grumbling … Continue reading
Don’t be fooled it is neither Christmas nor winter. It is still autumn and a time to clean house. We have entered the season of Advent a time to put our spiritual house in order. Advent is the Latin word for “Coming.” … Continue reading
“East and West are the two lungs by which the Church breaths; their unity is essential to the healthy life of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.” (Pope John Paul II) In putting together my post on the Jesus … Continue reading