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Our Lady of America, The Immaculate One

On December 8, we celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, our National Patroness. We celebrate the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary nine months before we celebrate her birthday on September 8. Many people confuse this feast with

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Thanksgiving Remembered

Maggie Lynch Eisenbarth November 22, 2023 In October of 1621, in Plymouth, in what is now Massachusetts,  the Pilgrims gave thanks to God, in whom they placed their hope. The harvest had been good and the Pilgrims found themselves with

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St. Rose Philippine Duchesne – 2023

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a saint, and the way to holiness

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Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini – 2023

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a saint, and the way to holiness

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All Souls Day – 2023

November 2 is All Souls Day. It is also known as The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed. On this day we pray for souls who are being sanctified in Purgatory that they will be released for their eternal rest

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St. John Paul II Warned Us! – 2023

October 22 is the Memorial of St. John Paul II. Our Apostolates promote devotion to him since he inaugurated the New Evangelization and named Our Lady of Guadalupe as the Star of Evangelization. St. John Paul II credited Our Lady of

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Our Lady of America, The Immaculate One

On December 8, we celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, our National Patroness. We celebrate the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary nine months before we celebrate her birthday on September 8.

Thanksgiving Remembered

Maggie Lynch Eisenbarth November 22, 2023 In October of 1621, in Plymouth, in what is now Massachusetts,  the Pilgrims gave thanks to God, in whom they placed their hope. The harvest had been good

St. Rose Philippine Duchesne – 2023

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini – 2023

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

All Souls Day – 2023

November 2 is All Souls Day. It is also known as The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed. On this day we pray for souls who are being sanctified in Purgatory that they will

St. John Paul II Warned Us! – 2023

October 22 is the Memorial of St. John Paul II. Our Apostolates promote devotion to him since he inaugurated the New Evangelization and named Our Lady of Guadalupe as the Star of Evangelization. St. John

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