Two Marines (twins) and the Blessed Mother in Viet Nam
(I have permission to post this from Spirit Daily)
Joseph Nasiatka, the former Marine whose accounts of the Blessed Mother stirred a massive response at this website many years ago, died November 30. His account is below.
It was a month — November — that also saw the death of Jim “Zdenko” Singer, a reputed visionary from the Toronto area who died after years of illness. Two seers. Two exemplary Catholics. Two suffering souls in a
This is a beautiful talk on our desire for intimacy, leading into the Eucharist, well worth the watch. This is a good video for Catholics, but also for non-Catholics to grow in understanding of what the Eucharist means.
Homily given by Fr. Cassian OCSOI
7th Sunday of Easter
Preached May 24, 2020
Mystery upon mystery upon mystery. For seven weeks we have held in our hearts the mystery of the Resurrection, now extended into the mystery of the Ascension and drawn back to the mystery of the Incarnation.
The Easter Season Mass collects remind us of the gift of the Resurrection when Christ conquered death and unlocked the path to eternity.
Resurrection is a gift of life, reconciliation, renewal, and res
Video book review. This a very good read for anyone of any faith, or none, but for Catholics probably more needed. In this time of loss of faith, and perhaps lukewarmness in how we live out our faith, this book can help to rekindle our love of God and yes the Blessed Mother. https://queenofpeacemedia.com/of-men-and-mary-book-trailer/
The Rosary is a powerful way to pray. I have said the Rosary every day for years. It can keep one centered and focused throughout the day.
This is mostly for Catholics, but I know many non-Catholics who say the rosary and find it very helpful. Each person will pray in a unique way. The
same goes for the Rosary. If you are anti-catholic in your beliefs, then don't waste your time reading this ;-).--Br.MD