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Visits to Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory

I HIGHLY recommend watching this video and forwarding it to ALL your friends and even ACQUAINTANCES. It is SO important and powerful. You can start it after all the introductions at around 7:12 minutes. I love, love, love it.   It’s a testimony by Marino Restrepo of how God saved him from being killed by a mob and mystically took him to Heaven, Hell and Purgatory and what he saw!   http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.com/2015/09/the-true-story-of-man-who-saw-heaven_13.html   Keep praying. Keep singing. Donna www.donnacorigibson.com/CatholicMusic.html

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Oldest Existing and MIRACULOUS Scapulars

Two great founders of Religious Orders, Saint Alphonsus Liguori, founder of the Redemptorists, and Saint John Bosco, founder of the Salesians, had a very special devotion to Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Both wore her Brown Scapular. When they died, each was buried in his priestly vestments and scapular. Several years later, their graves were opened: the bodies and sacred vestments in which they were buried were reduced to dust, but the Brown Scapular that each was wearing was perfectly intact. The Scapular of Saint Alphonsus is on display in his monastery in Rome; that of Saint John Bosco is… Continue Reading

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St. Augustine Confounds the Demon

Cool story. I especially like the picture depicting that a demon speaks out of his ass. I love a gutsy artist! Once, when St Augustine was reading, he saw a demon pass before him carrying a book on its shoulders. He at once commanded it to show him what lay written therein. And the demon said that the sins of men were written therein, which it had gathered from all parts and put down in it. The saint ordered the demon to let him read the book, to see if any of his own sins were written down in it.… Continue Reading

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Praying the Psalms

HOW DID YOU PRAY TODAY? One of the classical definitions of prayer suggests that “prayer is lifting mind and heart to God”. Our problem is that we don’t always do this when we pray. Rather than lifting up to God what is actually on our minds and in our hearts, we don’t always pinpoint exactly the real truth of our thoughts and feelings. Instead of sharing from the depths of our souls, we tell God what we think God wants to hear – not our vile thoughts, deep resentments, loathing for others, or our disappointment with Him. “But expressing those… Continue Reading