Santa Fe Pilgrimage, Kansas and Santiago, Spain Connection

Right here in the United States we have a very special pilgrimage that happens once a year around the feast day of St. James the Greater ( July 25). Please follow and like us:

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Children in need

At Magnificat Radio we had the pleasure in speaking with Father Peter Scott this past week and he updated us on the progress of the construction project at Our Lady of Sorrows Priory in South Africa.  Please follow and like us:

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Longevity of Marriage – What’s happened?

Many people, for decades, have grown up thinking that marriage is an institution they can simply disregard when the going gets tough.  Please follow and like us:

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Humanity….Are we really that far gone?

News broke out earlier this week in regards to a huge moral issue….the harvesting of aborted baby organs.  Over the past 41 years there has been over 55,000,000 million babies in this nation alone that have been murdered.  Please follow and like us:

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* With This Ring *

Last week Mike and I featured a story from the Treasury of Catechism Stories on Magnificat Radio.  We thought it would be nice to post the short story with the prayer.  What a great way to honor your wife or husband!  Please follow and like us:

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Cataldo Pilgrimage ~ July 17th – 19th ~ Rich in history and faith

Looking to make some changes in your life?  Then consider the Cataldo Pilgrimage.  This pilgrimage, although done as a group, is very much an individual journey.  Its design is to help the pilgrim search out a more spiritual or moral significance.  Please follow and like us:

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Pretzels….A CATHOLIC THING…..Who Knew?

We had the distinct pleasure in speaking with Amy Grossi from the Bavarian Inn in Frankenmuth, Michigan.  Today, she spoke to us about the history of the pretzel.  If you didn’t know, the pretzel has a very rich Catholic history.  Please follow and like us:

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Catholic Family News Conference – Children of the Latter Days

I went to a Catholic Family News Conference on the weekend of May 29, 2015.  The title of this conference was Children of the Latter Days; a Catholic Treatment of Apocalypse, Anti-Christ, and Apostasy.  It sounds terrifying, right?  Well, you could say that I, kind of, gravitate to things of this nature.  Not so much as to scare the life out of me but more on the notion to be prepared.  If you go through life living with your head in the sand you’ll miss so much of life and the opportunity to avoid something that may harm you or …

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery needs your help

The growth of their monastic community is in need of a building expansion.  The construction work that is required for their present expansion depends entirely on your charitable donations.  Here you will see an update of Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery’s expansion project.  They are still in need of your help to finish this work. Please follow and like us:

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Abbey Roast coffee – Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery

At Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery much of the day is spent in prayer and labor. In the afternoon, while many monks begin labor chores, Brother Bernard Marino and another monk head towards a building to begin roasting coffee beans and fill requested orders for Abbey Roast Coffee, the coffee the monks roast and sell to raise money for the monastery. Please follow and like us:

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