We are celebrating this Feast and the 4th Anniversary of this blog with a new layout. We are excited for this fresh new look which has provided an opportunity to tidy up some aspects that had become a bit cluttered. We hope you enjoy it and thank you for your continued readership as we celebrate […]Read More Happy Feast of the Assumption of Mary!
Mary, Queen Assumed into Heaven, I rejoice that after years of heroic martyrdom on earth, you have at last been taken to the throne prepared for you in heaven by the Holy Trinity. Lift my heart with you in the glory of your Assumption above the dreadful touch of sin and impurity. Teach me how […]Read More Novena for the Assumption: 6-14 Aug
For the Devotions go HERE. See how you can help our current project. Some help is still needed. First, please say a prayer for this work. And then, if you can assist, that is wonderful. If you are unable to assist with this project, please spread the word by sharing the news of this project […]Read More First Saturday: August 2019
August is the Month of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Our Lord doesn’t deny Our Lady’s requests, go to her! Our Lord says, “Ask and you will receive;seek and you will find;knock and the door will be opened to you…” [cf Lk 11:1-13]. Click HERE for the First Friday Devotions.Read More First Friday: August 2019
Several of the psalms begin with these words: “Sing to the Lord a new song.” That is surprising, because we repeat the same psalms, say these same words again and again. But sung with love, the song really is always new, because love makes everything new all the time. Love never tires. The Holy Spirit […]Read More …with love…
In the inner stillness where meditation leads, the Spirit secretly anoints the soul and heals our deepest wounds. St John of the Cross In our daily lives, if the words of St John of the Cross are not our preoccupation, we should really be worried. It isn’t enough to seemingly have the exterior of our […]Read More The whisper of a gentle air.
This photo is taken by my friend, the famous Roman pilgrim, Agnese. She even makes her way up to Germany. I was down in the pews and just enjoyed the graces of the First Mass, the ceremonies, and the fantastic organ: Click HERE to listen to the recording of the Improvisation sur le Te Deum, […]Read More Te Deum [AUDIO]