The Trappistine Sisters at Mount Saint Mary’s Abbey in Wrentham, MA lead simple consecrated lives of prayer as lived in the heart of the Church for all their brothers and sisters in the world. This documentary offers a glimpse of their daily lives. AMAZING video!
Too often I would hear men boast of the miles covered that day, rarely of what they had seen. -Louis L’Amour
“Keep the joy of loving God in your heart and share this joy with all you meet, especially your family. Be holy.”
— St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Fr Meyer: If Jesus were to write a letter to you — or about you — what would it say?
March 20, 1779
Today is the 242nd birthday of Bishop Simon Brute, 1st bishop of Indiana, the Diocese of Vincennes. His Episcopal Ordination was 1834. The Diocese of Vincennes became the 13th diocese of the United States. He named the cathedral St. Francis Xavier, due to the missionary heart of he had. Now St. Francis Xavier is the patron of ArchIndy. Under Archbishop Daniel Buechlein, the cause for canonization began in 2005
“Ite ad Joseph” or “Go to Joseph” is one of the most ancient cries of the Catholic Church.
“Joseph’s response to the angel’s message is immediate, trusting, magnanimous, self-sacrificing (his own fatherhood), chaste, and courageous. He is predisposed as just, but more than that. He looks to God, then Mary, and does so without fanfare.” Father Denis Wilde
“How can you believe, when you accept praise from one another and do not seek the praise that comes from the only God?”