Don’t know till you try….
What would Saint Francis say?
Eugenio Maria Giuseppe Giovanni Pacelli
Born on March 2, 1876
Ordained priest Easter Sunday, April 2, 1899
Ordained bishop on May 13, 1917
Created Cardinal December 16, 1929
Reigned as the 260th pontiff of the Holy Roman Church
Today, I learned of the death of a former professor of mine, Sister Marygrace “Ginger” Peters, OP (on the left in the picture). Sister Marygrace died on Feb 21, 2009 after a long battle with lung cancer. Of late she was the Prioress General of the Houston Dominican Sisters.
When I was doing studies in St. Louis, MO, I had five classes at Aquinas Institute of Theology, for one
Prayer is a “dialogue with God” and the “engine of the world,” Pope Benedict said on Ash Wednesday. He also reminded us that Lent is a journey of conversion that invites all believers to prayer, penitence, and fasting.
The general intention
“None can sense more deeply than you artists, ingenious creators of beauty that you are, something of the pathos with which God at the dawn of creation looked upon the work of his hands. A glimmer of that feeling has