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4 Surprising Lessons On Patience From Saint Bernadette

Aug 06, 2019 By Whitney Hetzel

Bernadette relied on prayer and the prayers of others to carry her through her trials when they seemed almost unbearable. At one of her lowest moments she prayed:  O Mary, my gentle Mother, here I am, your child who can bear no more. See my needs and above all my spiritual distress. Have pity on me; grant that one day I may be w[...]

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4th Of July: A Day To Reconsecrate Our Nation To The Immaculate Heart

Jun 30, 2019 By Whitney Hetzel
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The United States were dedicated to the Immaculate Conception by Bishop John Carroll, its first bishop, in 1792, and in 1846, all the bishops of the nation officially named the Immaculate Conception the Patroness of the United States. An act of Consecration to the Immaculate Conception was made by the Bishops of the U.S. on the

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Three Simple Ways to Grow in Holiness This Summer

May 24, 2019 By Mary Kate Hetzel

Summer offers an opportunity to take an inventory of your relationship with God and to see where you might be lacking. Sometimes a few months is all we need to get back on track and to concentrate on a few things that can make a big difference. The following are three simple ways to grow in holiness this summer.

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