Monthly Archives: July 2012

One Man’s use of “New Media” in a Call to Prayer

This week we have been studying “God Calls Us to Pray” with the introductory faith story about Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen… Read about his cause toward beatification (http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/archbishop-fulton-sheen-beatification-could-come-very-quickly/) and listen to him talk about prayer (http://youtu.be/APkZU9C8xZg):   (Also, does anyone remember watching … Continue reading

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Among the most popular sacramentals…

The Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel has been one of the most popular sacramentals of the Church. “The Scapular is an external sign of the filial relationship established between the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother and Queen of Mount Carmel, and … Continue reading

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Mary, Our Mother, Queen of Heaven

Following is a beautiful song, “Hail Mary,” after a short talk on Mary by contemporary Catholic artist Donna Cori Gibson.

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Chapter 12 – Mary, We fly to your patronage…

FTF saved the chapter on Mary for the (hopefully!) more relaxed days of Summer with the thought that it may be a time to invite additional quiet time for prayer and reflection, drawing closer to our Blessed Mother. … Here is an additional resource, … Continue reading

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