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A Modern Day Eucharistic Miracle

A modern day Eucharistic Miracle In 1996 in the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires, Argentina, when the present Pope Francis was Auxiliary Bishop under Cardinal Quarracino, an amazing eucharistic miracle took place. He himself had it photographed and investigated and the results are astonishing. At 7 o’clock in the evening on August 18, 1996, Fr. Alejandro Pezet was saying Holy Mass at a Catholic church in the commercial center of Buenos Aires. As he was finishing distributing Holy Communion, a woman came up to tell him that she had found a discarded host on a candleholder at the back of the… Continue Reading

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A Divine Mystery for Each Month and Day

I always found this to be so interesting, how the Church dedicates a different Mystery of the Faith to each day of the week and month of the year.  Here are some traditional devotions: January – The Holy Name of Jesus, the Holy Family and the Childhood of JesusFebruary – The Passion of Our Lord (Lent, you know) March – St. Joseph April – The Holy Eucharist May – Our Lady June – The Sacred Heart July – The Most Precious Blood August – The Queen of Angels and Saints September – Our Lady of Sorrows October – The Most… Continue Reading

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Contemplation!

Contemplate!  We were meant to discover beauty and love. Spend time meditating on how our Great God made himself so little by coming to this earth.  The CD ” A Traditional Christmas” will lead you in contemplating the mystery of the Incarnation.  Get it for FREE, when you purchase any of my CDs.  Order from www.donnacorigibson.com/CatholicMusic.html. Select your CD, also put a Christmas CD in your cart, and enter coupon “freeChristmas” at checkout. Get free music downloads and listen to all songs there as well. Keep praying. Keep singing. Donna

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St. Eusebius

St. Eusebius was born of a noble family, in the island of Sardinia, where his father is said to havedied in prison for the Faith. The Saint’s mother carried him and his sister, both infants, to Rome. Eusebius, having been ordained, served the Church of Vercelli with such zeal that on the episcopal chair becoming vacant he was unanimously chosen, by both clergy and people, to fill it. The holy bishop saw that the best and first means to labor effectually for the edification and sanctification of his people was to have a zealous clergy. He was at the same… Continue Reading

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St. Virginia Centurione Bracelli (1587 – 1651)

Widower, Virginia Centurione Bracelli was born on April 2, 1587, in Genoa, into the family of Giorgio Centurione, duke of the Republic of Liguria in the year 1621-1622, and Lelia Spinola. Both of them were of the ancient noble origin. She was baptized two days after her birth, and received her first religious and literary formation from her mother and private tutor. She soon felt the need for a cloistered life but she had to succumb to her father’s strong will and marry Gaspare Grimaldi Bracelli on December 10, 1602. Gaspare’s family was both illustrious and wealthy, but he was… Continue Reading