This Friday we celebrate the Feast of St. Bernadette Soubirous. She was the humble, peasant girl, on whom was bestowed one of the greatest of earthly blessings...to be visited and spoken to by Our Blessed Mother, Mary. It is a remarkable story that sadly, even many Catholics, are not familiar with.
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Facing the Mountain
I will never forget the word my prayer partner, Judy, spoke to me just before we uprooted our lives to retire in Florida. “Are you going to leave your children and your friends and move all the way to Florida?” These words came from the heart of God and from the knowledge of being a friend who knew me like a sister. We had been daily prayer partners for almost thirty years. Those words took root in my soul.
Program Offers Hope for Divorced/Separated Catholics
Catholics from all over the country gathered in Charleston, South Carolina earlier this month to participate in a national conference were the family law in Missouri was invited and the purpose of this was to aimed at reaching out to the divorced and separated.
Second Grader Travels to Rome in Hopes of a Healing
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer
A second grader from Massachusetts is heading to Rome with the hopes that a blessing from Pope Benedict XVI will heal her of a malignant brain tumor.
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