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The Month of the Most Holy Name of Jesus

January is the month of The Most Holy Name of Jesus. And the liturgy of January 3 is an Optional Memorial for The Most Holy Name of Jesus.
“Everyone’s name is sacred. The name is the icon of the person.” (CCC [Catechism of the Catholic Church] 2157). “To pray ‘Jesus’ is to invoke Him and to call Him within us. His name is the only one that contains the presence it signifies.” (CCC 2666).

St. John Neumann

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

Saint Elizabeth Seton

  “Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

Mary, Mother of God and Mother of Men

January 1, 2022 Hail, holy Mother! The child to whom you gave birth is the King of heaven and earth for ever. (Introductory Rite to Mass of the Solemnity).   January 1 is New

Have a Happy and Holy Christmas!

May you have a Happy and Holy Christmas! We are praying to end our year in the black and not in the red. However, we have raised less than one fourth of our Advent

Wake Up My people!

December 21, 2021 On the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, December 8, Jesus King of All Nations gave the following urgent message to his Secretary, the mystic who received it. He also led her

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

“I am the merciful Mother of all mankind. Am I not your hope?” Our Lady of Guadalupe to St. Juan Diego   Dan Lynch   In contrast to the Culture of Death with its

Saint Juan Diego

                                             December 9, 2021 “Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the

Our Lady of America, the Immaculate One

                                                                            Dan Lynch December 8, 2021 On December 8, we celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, our National Patroness. We celebrate the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary nine months before we

The Month of the Most Holy Name of Jesus

January is the month of The Most Holy Name of Jesus. And the liturgy of January 3 is an Optional Memorial for The Most Holy Name of Jesus.
“Everyone’s name is sacred. The name is the icon of the person.” (CCC [Catechism of the Catholic Church] 2157). “To pray ‘Jesus’ is to invoke Him and to call Him within us. His name is the only one that contains the presence it signifies.” (CCC 2666).

St. John Neumann

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

Saint Elizabeth Seton

  “Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

Mary, Mother of God and Mother of Men

January 1, 2022 Hail, holy Mother! The child to whom you gave birth is the King of heaven and earth for ever. (Introductory Rite to Mass of the Solemnity).   January 1 is New

Have a Happy and Holy Christmas!

May you have a Happy and Holy Christmas! We are praying to end our year in the black and not in the red. However, we have raised less than one fourth of our Advent

Wake Up My people!

December 21, 2021 On the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, December 8, Jesus King of All Nations gave the following urgent message to his Secretary, the mystic who received it. He also led her

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

“I am the merciful Mother of all mankind. Am I not your hope?” Our Lady of Guadalupe to St. Juan Diego   Dan Lynch   In contrast to the Culture of Death with its

Saint Juan Diego

                                             December 9, 2021 “Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the

Our Lady of America, the Immaculate One

                                                                            Dan Lynch December 8, 2021 On December 8, we celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, our National Patroness. We celebrate the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary nine months before we

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