December 2, 2017 – “…And to me, my children, give the gift of the rosary, the roses which I love so much. My roses are your prayers pronounced with the heart and not only recited with the lips. My roses are your acts of prayer, faith and love. When my Son was little, he said… Continue reading Reflection – The Gift of Roses
(via Aleteia) Archbishop Henryk Hoser tells Aleteia that it still falls to the pope to make final decision on commission’s report about veracity of reported apparitions. “The devotion of Medjugorje is allowed. It’s not prohibited, and need not be done in secret,” confirmed Archbishop Henryk Hoser of Warsaw-Praga, Poland, now some months after being sent… Continue reading Medjugorje Envoy: Official Pilgrimages Authorized by Vatican
December 2, 2017 –“…I turn to you as your mother, the mother of the just, the mother of those who love and suffer, the mother of those who are holy. My children, you too can be holy – this depends on you. Those who are holy are those who immeasurably love the Heavenly Father, those… Continue reading Reflection – Working on Holiness!
Cathy Nolan of MaryTV shared a transcript of a beautiful Homily from Fr. Maximilian at St. James Parish in Medjugorje about prayer. His words really touched my heart and brought me a lot of encouragement because I sometimes find myself in those struggles of praying with the heart. Some days our prayers are totally right… Continue reading Reflection – ‘Pray Unceasingly!’
Last weekend I mentioned the “Golden Rule” during my Reflection post: In everything do to others as you would have them do to you; for this is the law and the prophets. [Matthew 7:12] Since then I haven’t been able to stop thinking about this teaching from Jesus along with Our Lady’s most recent message… Continue reading Reflection – Love God, Love Thy Neighbor