Blessed Anthony Neyrot

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Loving God, you called Blessed Anthony back to the light of your truth and made him an illustrious martyr. May we learn from his trials and by our self-denial come to love you above all things with all our heart.

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Pope visit monks of Sant’Anselmo to begin Lent

B16 Notker Wolf & Elias Lorenzo.jpgMy friend Dom Elias Lorenzo, monk of St. Mary’s Abbey
(Morristown, NJ), is currently serving as the Superior and Prior of the Abbey
of Sant’Anselmo
in Rome, Italy, the headquarters of international Benedictine
Confederation
 and home to the Pontifical Liturgical Institute.


In his capacity

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The Pope’s liturgical “style”

Mass23.jpgHave you ever thought of Pope Benedict XVI’s liturgical “style”? Or have you asked yourself, “What does Pope Benedict think about the sacred Liturgy?” Or have you asked yourself, “Do I know what the meaning of Catholic Liturgy is for the Church? Good. I want you to ask these questions because I want to encourage you to read some good things on the Liturgy and not the crap you generally find

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Vatican said to investigate alleged Medjugorje apparitions

Getting to the bottom of the story, or at least approaching the bottom, is welcomed news as to the validity of the alleged apparitions at Medjugorje by the Blessed Mother. Remember these apparitions have been going on since 1982! Are these apparitions or hallucinations? The answer may come if the reports that a Vatican commission has been established are true. An Italian media group is reporting that the Vatican is setting up a commission to be headed by Cardinal Camillo Ruini.

CNA speaks about some recent

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Saint John of God

St John of God.jpgFather, You gave John of God love and compassion for others. Grant that by doing good for others we may be counted among the saints in Your kingdom.

Saint John of God made his conversion at the age of 40 (there’s hope for those of us who are older) and is famously known for founding a group of brothers whose work is to serve the sick

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About the author

Paul A. Zalonski is from New Haven, CT. He is a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, a Catholic ecclesial movement, and an Oblate of Saint Benedict. Contact Paul at paulzalonski[at]yahoo.com.
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