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Bishop Dismisses Catholic Teacher for Writing the Truth 

New Jersey Bishop Paul G. Bootkoski placed Patricia Jannuzzi, a 30 year veteran Catholic elementary school theology teacher, on administrative leave for posting on her personal Facebook page what the Bishop called “harsh and judgmental statements.”

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The Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe was an amazing visitor at the Spring Valley, New York, 40 Days for Life Campaign. She arrived on the Feast of the Annunciation, the 36th day of their campaign.

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                           Our Lady of America and the Annunciation of Our Lord
 
As we mark this Feast of the Annunciation of the angel Gabriel to Mary, we recall her own announcement to the people of America to “make known the longings of my Immaculate Heart, to establish the reign of my Divine Son in the hearts of men and thus save them from the scourge of Heaven, both now and hereafter.

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Jesus Heals the Brokenhearted

Jesus calls us and says, “Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart; and you will find rest for yourselves. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light." (Matthew 11:28-30).

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Stand Up With Jesus and Mary For America

America needs help! America needs the help of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Jesus King of all Nations and Our Lady of America. And America needs your help!

Let’s light candles instead of cursing the darkness. Let’s be a sign of hope to others and bring the light of Christ to America through Visitations of their Missionary Images.

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                      St. Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Feast of St. Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is celebrated on March 19.

From Scripture we know that St. Joseph’s great virtue was his obedient faith. “He did as the angel of the Lord commanded him and took Mary as his wife.” (Mt. 1:24). He took her in the mystery of her motherhood and acted in obedient faith, as did Mary when she said, “Let it be done to me according to your word.” (Lk. 1:38).

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“Will you let me reign in your heart?” 

Jesus gives us the freedom to open or close the door of our hearts to Him. Jesus said in the Book of Revelation, “Here I stand, knocking at the door. Whoever hears me calling and opens the door, I will enter their house, have supper with them and they with me." (Revelation 3:20). 

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A Tale of Two Mothers and Immoral Vaccines

The recent measles outbreak has sparked concerns about the morals of the measles vaccine. It is derived from cell lines from aborted fetuses. With all the current arguments about the dangers of vaccinations and the choice of whether to vaccinate or not, I would like to tell you a tale of two mothers and immoral vaccines.

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The world which has forgotten its God!!!

In this Devotion Jesus said, "My daughter, I, in My great Mercy, through the mediation of My Immaculate Mother, come again to appeal to the world which has forgotten its God!!!"

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Saint Katharine Drexel from Wealth to Poverty

 March 3 is the feast day of St. Katharine Drexel. In the summer of 1886, she sailed to Europe with her sisters. Katharine sought help from European monasteries to send priests to help Native Americans in the West. However, none of them would make such a commitment. So, she decided to ask the Pope. She pleaded with him for missionary priests for the Indians. To her astonishment, he responded, “Why not, my child, yourself become a missionary?”

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Our Lady of Guadalupe asked St. Juan Diego, “Am I not here who am your mother?” and she left him the sign of her Image on his cloak to prove it. She is still with us in her Missionary Image and she still leaves us signs that she is our mother.

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             Join the New Spiritual Rosary Crusade for Peace

In the 16th century, militant Muslims were on the verge of defeating all of Christendom. Pope Pius V called Christendom to a Rosary Crusade and for an alliance to defeat the invading Muslims. The Christian and Muslim fleets met on October 7, 1571, at  Lepanto, off the coast of Greece. Before moving to the attack, the 65,000 Christian sailors continually prayed the Rosary.

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Nasarean.org

Throughout the world, but especially in the Middle East, our Christian brothers and sisters are facing persecution, ethnic cleansing, martyrdom and genocide. Nasarean.org is dedicated to helping our brethren by producing items marked with the Arabic "N" - this symbol has been painted on the houses of Christians to identify them for martyrdom and to mark out their presence, similar to the use of the Star of David by the Nazis.

 

While the eyes of the world were focused on the deaths of 17 people in Paris by militant Muslims, nobody saw the 2000 Christians killed by the Boco Haram militant Muslims during the preceding four days in Nigeria.

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URGENT! Sign the Our Lady of America Petition Today!

Our Lady of America promised that she would be a safeguard for our country, if her statue were solemnly processed and displayed in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC.

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The I Should Do This! Checklist for the Laity

As a member of the lay faithful, you are called by your Baptism to be an apostle to bring the Gospel message into the temporal realities of the world such as your family, neighborhood, work, parish, culture, the media, politics, sports, etc.

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Join the New Spiritual Rosary Crusade for Peace

In the 16th century, militant Muslims were on the verge of defeating all of Christendom. Pope Pius V called Christendom to a Rosary Crusade and for an alliance to defeat the invading Muslims. The Christian and Muslim fleets met on October 7, 1571, at Lepanto, off the coast of Greece. Before moving to the attack, the 65,000 Christian sailors continually prayed the Rosary.


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to make your pledge to pray the Rosary!

 
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