Pope Benedict XVI’s monthly prayer intentions for November 2009

As Catholics, we are united with the Pope and his ministry of sanctifying the Church through the sacrifice of prayer and good works. One key to this sacrifice is remembering his intentions in our daily prayer and at Mass. This is a concrete way of encountering Jesus is being united with the Pope and the Church praying for the monthly general and missionary intentions listed on this blog on the first day of each month.


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100 years of the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome

Biblicum.jpgHere’s Benedict XVI’s October 26, 2009 address to the professors,
students and staff of the
Pontifical Biblical Institute, on the centenary of
its foundation. Carefully note the key points the Pope raises for the authentic study of Scripture as Catholics!


Cardinals, Most Reverend Superior-General of the Society of
Jesus, Illustrious Rector, Illustrious Professors and Beloved Students

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Saint Alphonsus Rodriguez

St Alphonsus Rodriquez.jpgI stand at the door and knock, says the Lord. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and sit down to supper with him, and he with me.

O God, in the faithful service of our brother Alphonsus You have shown us the way to joy and peace. Make us ready and watchful companions of Jesus, who became the servant of all, and now

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Vatican Press Office clarifies some issues on Anglican entrance into full communion

The Pope’s press officer, Jesuit Father Federico
Lombardi, addressed issues regarding the forthcoming Apostolic Constitution on
Personal Ordinariates for the Anglicans entering full communion with the
Catholic Church this today:


There has been widespread speculation, based on
supposedly knowledgeable remarks by an Italian correspondent Andrea Tornielli,
that the delay in publication of the Apostolic Constitution regarding Personal
Ordinariates for Anglicans entering into full communion with the Catholic
Church, announced on October 20,

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Blessed Angelo of Acri

Bl Angelo of Acri.jpgSeek the Lord, and you will be blessed.

Loving Father, we give You thanks for Your servant Blessed Angelo of Acri. You made him a gift preacher and graced him with the ability to bring sinners back to You. Inspired by his example, and helped by his intercession, may Your power work in and through us and bring You glory.

On the life of Blessed

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New York Encounter 2010

Each year Communion & Liberation gathers for the
National Diaconia over the ML King weekend.  In addition to prayer and
Mass, there are the conferences and opportunity to meet friends and focus on
the work of living the path proposed by Msgr. Giussani. All the events have the purpose of meeting Christ, working on the gift of holiness and deepening our companionship. No CL event is truly a
CL event without a cultural component, hence, there number of public events

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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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