Two participants in the Young Women of Grace course held at Holy Name of Jesus Parish in Harrisburg have graduated and are ready to change the world . . . one woman at a time!
The lovely month of May – Mary’s month, the month of the Mother of God – comes to a close most beautifully with one of the most moving Marian feasts, the Feast of the Visitation. Recounted in the Gospel of Saint Luke (1:39 – 56), the passage describes Our Lady’s journey from her home in Nazareth to the hill country of Judea to spend time with her kinswoman Elizabeth; but this was no typical visit.
Did you ever wonder why women continue to fall for Planned Parenthood’s disingenuous drivel? An interview that aired this week with Planned Parenthood president Dr. Leana Wen about the impending closure of Missouri’s only abortion clinic is the prefect example of how artfully women are being deceived by both the abortion industry and their lackeys in the mainstream media.
“God has fashioned and shaped only one enmity, and that an irreconcilable one, which will endure and even increase, until the end. It is that between the Virgin Mary and the Devil, between the children and servants of the Blessed Virgin and the children and accomplices of Satan; so that the most terrible of the enemies of Satan created by God is Mary,
his Blessed Mother.”
-St. Louis de Montfort
How fortunate we are to have Mary as our Blessed Mother for always. How can I increase my love and respect for my Blessed Mother?
A ruling handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday upheld a portion of an Indiana law requiring that fetal remains be disposed of properly, but declined to take up the challenge about blocking abortions on the basis of sex, race or disability – for now.
Evangelist Franklin Graham and more than 250 Christian leaders across the country are calling for a special day of prayer for President Donald J. Trump on Sunday, June 2 to combat the fierce attacks that have been leveled against this president.
“After the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, there is nothing in the Church I love
as much as the Rosary.”
-Our Lady to Blessed Alan de la Roche
What do I love about praying the Rosary? How has it transformed my life this year thus far?