an America which is not under God cannot survive.
Who could have predicted to the famous African confessors and martyrs such as Cyprian, Felicity, Perpetua and—the greatest of all—Augustine, that we would one day add names so dear to us as Charles Lwanga and Matthias Mulumba Kalemba and their twenty companions? Nor must we forget those members of the Anglican Church who also died […]
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Now, I speak of the great mystery. The power of the Resurrection must burst forth, like water crashing through a mighty dam. Its rivers must flow everywhere. All must change. Nothing else suffices. This is the mystery of my Immaculate Heart and the promises of Fatima. The rivers of Resurrection power will flood the earth. […]
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of Gods grace in its various forms. If anyone speaks, they should do so as one who speaks the very words of God. If anyone serves, they should do so with the strength God provides, so that in all […]
Without my intercession, they would have already destroyed the earth. — from Locutions
Alleluia! Alleluia! Blessed Jesus, make us rise From the life of this corruption To the life that never dies. May your glory be our portion, When the days of time are past, And the dead shall be awakened By the trumpet’s mighty blast! Tune: Holy Anthem 87.87 D Music: Saint Basil’s Hymnal, 1889 Text: Edward […]
Who has anything to say against me? I, he said, am the Christ; I have destroyed death, triumphed over the enemy, trampled hell underfoot, bound the strong one, and taken men up to the heights of heaven: I am the Christ. —from a Easter homily by Saint Melito
[A]ll that men do to secure greater justice, more widespread brotherhood and a more humane structure of social relationships has more value than advance in technology. Gaudim et Spes