Reflection – To Jesus Through Mary

July 2, 2017 – “My children, I am teaching you how to be worthy of His love, to direct your thoughts to Him, to live my Son. Apostles of my love, I am covering you with my mantle, because as a mother I desire to protect you.” I remember once reading a newsletter from Sister… Continue reading Reflection – To Jesus Through Mary

A Hundred Years of Fatima – Part III

Part three of Archbishop Sheen’s commentary on Our Lady of Fatima, this time, from his book World’s First Love. His statements here I find particularly quite fascinating as he speaks on both Our Lady of Fatima and Islam in a chapter titled “Mary and the Muslims.” The Koran has also verses on the Annunciation, Visitation, and… Continue reading A Hundred Years of Fatima – Part III

A Hundred Years of Fatima – Part II

Here is part two of Sheen’s commentary on Our Lady of Fatima, the Church, the world, and the consecration of Russia: It may be worth inquiring, however, why Almighty God in His providential dealings with the Universe should see fit in this day to give us a revelation of His Blessed Mother in order to bring… Continue reading A Hundred Years of Fatima – Part II

A Hundred Years of Fatima – Part I

The 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima is mere days from now. Today when pondering over this Saturday’s post, I knew it was most definitely going to be all about Fatima, but that there’s also much to be said about this very important Marian apparition. So much, in fact, that I… Continue reading A Hundred Years of Fatima – Part I

Worldwide Masses Offered on Archbishop Sheen’s Birthday

Archbishop Fulton Sheen was a gift to the Church and an incredible man! I know in my heart that he is already a saint in Heaven interceding for us right now, but I pray and hope that one day the Church decides to move forward with his beatification and canonization sooner rather than later. (via… Continue reading Worldwide Masses Offered on Archbishop Sheen’s Birthday

Churches Around the Globe Urged to Say Mass on Archbishop Sheen’s Birthday

(via Crux) An effort is underway for churches around the world to remember Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen on his birthday. Sheen who won the 1951 Emmy for outstanding television personality for his show “Life Is Worth Living,” was born May 8, 1885, and grew up in Peoria, Illinois. Sheen died December 9, 1979, and his… Continue reading Churches Around the Globe Urged to Say Mass on Archbishop Sheen’s Birthday

Reflection – Trusting in the Divine Mercy

Tomorrow the Church celebrates the Feast of Mercy. Up to now many have been reciting the Novena to Divine Mercy. If you haven’t been following the Novena thus far it’d be a worthwhile effort to do so now, even if you’ve got some catching up to do. In this devotion and celebration we fix our… Continue reading Reflection – Trusting in the Divine Mercy