March 8, 2022

Statue of Saint John of God

Saint John of God

Saint John of God’s life story is proof of the possibility of conversion and change with the grace of our merciful God. The first part of his life was not very praiseworthy, but once he turned to God and asked ...
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UN official: Ukraine exodus is fastest-growing refugee crisis since WWII

A top United Nations official said March 6 that the world hasn't seen a refugee crisis such as the one developing in Eastern Europe, caused by Russia's attack on Ukraine, since the last World War.
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The Silent Sisterhood

My mother lost two girls and rarely talked about them. Yet on her deathbed she said, “I’m going to see my girls.” Even in silence, they were always with her. So it is for many women.
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Lent with Padre Pio: First Tuesday

Each of us have had periods where our faith is shaken and not as strong as we want it to be. Given all that is going on in the Church these days, it is certainly understandable.
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