I am going to take this opportunity to introduce you to a saint that I have developed a special devotion to, St. Hannah. St. Hannah is theRead more »
And my spirit rejoices in God my Savior. Today, we celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Based in both Sacred Scripture andRead more »
As I mentioned in a previous post, today (December 6) is the Feast of St. Nicholas. According to the St. Nicholas Center, one of theRead more »
Germany has long been on the forefront when it comes to Christmas traditions. From composing Silent Night (“Stille Nacht! HeiligeRead more »
Second Sunday of Advent
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“For he proclaims peace toRead more »
There is a song I hear around this time of year that gives a different perspective of Christmas to those who hear it. Mary, Did You Know?Read more »
Today’s Mass Readings, with a reflection below.
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First Sunday of Advent
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Advent starts tomorrow. Advent is the season of waiting for Christ’s birth and it’s the New Year in the Church calendar so it’s naturalRead more »
I love Black Friday! As you read this blog entry, I am happily browsing the stores, looking for those special gifts that will help expressRead more »
Advent – Latin ad venio, “to come” — is the liturgical season anticipating the Adventus Domini, the “coming of the Lord” –Read more »
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