I pray this finds you and your loved ones well and safe during this time of pandemic. We have been and will continue to keep you in our heartfelt prayers before our Eucharistic Lord. Let us pray to St Catherine of Siena whose feast day was yesterday, April 29 and who is with us and will indeed intercede for us and let us take her as a model on this journey toward heaven.
Do your responsibilities and busy life make it difficult to get away for a personal retreat? Are you looking to enter more deeply into prayer during your weekly or daily Holy Hour but travelling and taking time out for a retreat are not possible? Well, why not make a personal eucharistic retreat which fits into your weekly and daily schedule?
The following video is a section of an interview with an eleven-year-old boy named Garvan Byrne. Garvan suffered from a rare bone marrow disease for the majority of his short life. In the interview, Garvan describes the experience of receiving Jesus in Holy Communion for the first time and how important the Blessed Sacrament was for him in his suffering.
There are many theories about the nature of the star which led the Magi to the Presence of Jesus Christ. Some hold that is was an exploding star which shone brightly for a short period of time. Others say it was an alignment of certain planets which only appeared to be a new star in […]
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
On the television show Jeopardy, the final question was “How many steps does the guard take during his walk across the tomb of the Unknowns”. All three contestants missed it! So if you are ever a contestant on Jeopardy… here is some facts about the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.