Saint Frances of Rome
Feb18

Saint Frances of Rome

Saint Frances of Rome, as the Patron Saint of Motorists and Automobile drivers, pray for us to stay safe on the roads in life. Amen.

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Perpetua and Felicity
Feb17

Perpetua and Felicity

Perpetua is the Patron Saint of — Cattle, death of children, martyrs.

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Saint Casimir of Poland
Feb17

Saint Casimir of Poland

O God, We pray through Saint Casimir’s intercession,  that we may constantly serve you. And our services reflected in a holy way of life and justice. Help us to deepen our trust in the Heavenly Father.  Through our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen Saint Casimir Pendants, Medals and Rosaries Pin...

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Saint Katharine Drexel
Feb17

Saint Katharine Drexel

Saint Drexel’s crowning achievement was the founding of Xavier University in New Orleans, the first university in the United States for African Americans.

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Fruit of the Spirit – Galatians 5:22-23
Feb16

Fruit of the Spirit – Galatians 5:22-23

Fruit of the Spirit In contrast, the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law. Galatians 5:22-23 Pin...

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Who is Saint Polycarp of Smyrna
Feb09

Who is Saint Polycarp of Smyrna

Saint Polycarp of Smyrna Patron: Against Earaches Polycarp was a disciple of St. John the Apostle, who had converted Polycarp around the year 80 AD. He had lived near Jerusalem and was proud of his early associations with the Apostles. He preached and spoke often about learning from the Apostles who saw the Lord. Polycarp became bishop of Smyrna and held the seat for about 70 years. Polycarp was one of the most glorious martyrs of...

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Ash Wednesday — Our Faith Marked on Our Faces
Feb08

Ash Wednesday — Our Faith Marked on Our Faces

What’s one way you can spot a Catholic? As the saying goes, “It’s written on their face.” Each year on Ash Wednesday, Catholics (and other Christian denominations) around the world profess their faith by going to work, school, or going about their daily lives with the symbol of the cross displayed on their foreheads.

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How To Measure For a First Communion Dress
Feb04

How To Measure For a First Communion Dress

A few things you will need to get properly measure for a first communion dress are a soft tape measure and have your daughter in tight fitting clothes.

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The Nicene Creed: Why It’s Still Relevant 17 Centuries Later
Jan06

The Nicene Creed: Why It’s Still Relevant 17 Centuries Later

Long before the movie Creed hit theaters November 25, there was a different Creed garnering much buzz and grabbing people’s attention. Going way back to the 4th century in the year 325, a group of 318 bishops came from Rome, Jerusalem, Palestine, Egypt, Syria, Greece, Asia Minor, and more to meet in Nicaea (present-day Iznik, Turkey) at the request of Emperor Constantine and several concerned bishops. What were they concerned...

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Pray For One Another – James 5:16
Oct28

Pray For One Another – James 5:16

Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The fervent prayer of a righteous person is very powerful.

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Matthew 6:14
Oct20

Matthew 6:14

If you forgive others their transgressions, your heavenly Father will forgive you.

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Saint Francis Xavier
Oct19

Saint Francis Xavier

  Saint Francis Xavier Apostle to the Far East See some great Catholic gifts for Saint Francis Xavier Pin...

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How To Pray The Rosary Infographic
Oct14

How To Pray The Rosary Infographic

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How To Pray the Rosary
Oct08

How To Pray the Rosary

The rosary is prayed by reflecting on the life of Christ from His birth to His resurrection. Download the guide for free.

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Philippians 4:13 – I have the strength
Oct05

Philippians 4:13 – I have the strength

I have the strength for everything through him who empowers me.

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Philippians 4:6 – Make Your Requests Know to HIM
Oct05

Philippians 4:6 – Make Your Requests Know to HIM

Philippians 4:6 – Make Your Requests Know to HIM Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God. Pin...

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1 Corinthians 13:4-7 Love is patient, love is kind
Oct05

1 Corinthians 13:4-7 Love is patient, love is kind

Love is patient, love is kind. It is not jealous, [love] is not pompous, it is not inflated, it is not rude, it does not seek its own interests, it is not quick-tempered, it does not brood over injury, it does not rejoice over wrongdoing but rejoices with the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 Pin...

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Deuteronomy 31-6 Have No Fear
Sep22

Deuteronomy 31-6 Have No Fear

Have No Fear Be Strong and steadfast; have no fear or dread of them, for it is the LORD, your God, who marches with you; he will never fail you or forsake you. Deuteronomy 31:6 Pin...

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2 Corinthians 5:17 Renew Yourself in Christ
Sep18

2 Corinthians 5:17 Renew Yourself in Christ

Renew Yourself in Christ So whoever is in Christ is a new creation: the old things have passed away; behold, new things have come. Pin...

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Corinthians 10:13
Sep15

Corinthians 10:13

He Provides The Way Out No trial has come to you but what is human. God is faithful and will not let you be tried beyond your strength; but with the trial He will also provide a way out, so that you may be able to bear it. 1 Corinthians 10:13 Pin...

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Who is Saint Benedict?
Jul10

Who is Saint Benedict?

St. Benedict was born to a noble family around 480 A.D. in Nursia, in central Italy. He lived a sequestered life for many years, leaving family and friends behind to live in a cave near the town of Subiaco. Disgusted after witnessing the immoral lifestyle while in school in Rome, St. Benedict chose to live a quiet life in prayer and devotion to God As we all are, Saint Benedict was constantly tempted by the devil, although he was able...

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The Powerful Image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Jun15

The Powerful Image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

As the age-old saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Jesus communicates with us in many ways—through prayer, through the Scriptures, and through images. The Catholic religion abounds with symbols and imagery—from stained glass windows to statues of the holy family, the Rosary, and relics of the saints. These images serve as a visual reminder of our faith and represent messages Jesus is trying to communicate to us. One of...

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Saint Anthony in 60 Seconds
Jun12

Saint Anthony in 60 Seconds

The feast of St. Anthony is celebrated every June 13. He is known as the patron saint of lost items, but he is also the patron saint of amputees. St. Anthony of Padua isn’t actually Italian. He was born in an influential family with the name Ferdinand in 1195 in Portugal. At the age of 15, he moved into the Augustinian Abbey of St. Vincent near Lisbon and joined The Canons Regular of St. Augustine—a religious order, to live a life...

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Saint Brendan Boat Plaque
Jun02

Saint Brendan Boat Plaque

We love our boats and the feeling of being on the open water! Keep safe on sailing adventures with this beautiful St. Brendan Boat Plaque.

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Who is Saint Rita of Cascia?
May19

Who is Saint Rita of Cascia?

As Rita was growing up, her parent happily supported her desire to live a life of prayer and setup an oratory in their home. Although they were reluctant when at age 12, Rita decided to fully dedicate herself to God. They won out and were able to give her in marriage at the age 18 to a impulsive young man. After 18 years of marriage and 2 sons, Rita lost her devoted husband and shortly after her 2 sons. One night as Rita was praying...

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St. Michael the Archangel: Patron Saint of Police Officers
May08

St. Michael the Archangel: Patron Saint of Police Officers

Angels have long played a role in the Catholic faith—from creation to Jesus’ death and resurrection. Often depicted in art as chubby cherubs or serene figures with wings wearing white, angels are described by the Catechism of the Catholic Church as “spiritual, non-corporeal beings that glorify God without ceasing and who serve his saving plans for other creatures.” St. Augustine describes them as, “servants and messengers of God.”...

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National Teacher’s Day Prayer
May04

National Teacher’s Day Prayer

National Teacher’s Day Prayer Let’s Pray for the Teacher’s molding our youth Almighty God, We come to you today and give thanks for all our teachers. Thank you for the way in which they give of themselves each day in the classroom, Serving and instructing the next generation of this land. We thank you for them all now. Amen Saint John Baptist De LaSalle is the Patron Saint of Teachers Pin...

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National Nurse Day Prayer
May04

National Nurse Day Prayer

Thank a nurse today! Nurse Day Prayer Let us pray for the wonderful things they do! Dear Lord, Please help all nurses to receive the sick in Thy Name. Give their efforts success for the glory of Thy holy Name. It is Thy work: without Thee, they cannot succeed. Grant that the sick Thou hast placed in a nurse’s care may be abundantly blessed, and not one of them be lost because of any neglect. Give our nurses grace, for the sake of Thy...

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May is the Month of Mary: Mark Your Calendars
Apr29

May is the Month of Mary: Mark Your Calendars

May is the Month of Mary and Blessed Mary has appeared many times throughout the centuries to various children and adults bringing with her pivotal messages. The messages in all of her apparitions carry a similar theme: Fatima: Blessed Mary asked the three shepherd children to pray the rosary daily and to spread the message to all of her desire that everyone become devoted to her Immaculate heart. “My Immaculate heart will be your...

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Saint Mark the Evangelist
Apr24

Saint Mark the Evangelist

The Feast Day for Saint Mark the Evangelist is April 25th. He wrote the Gospel of Mark in 50AD. Mark’s Gospel is a record of St. Peter’s preaching about Our Lord and focuses on the head of the Apostles. He was martyred by the heathens while preaching in Alexandria, Egypt. Saint Mark is the Patron Saint Against impenitence; attorneys; barristers; captives; Egypt; glaziers; imprisoned people; insect bites; lions; notaries;...

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Saint Fidelis’ Devotion Toward Mary Was Truly Remarkable
Apr23

Saint Fidelis’ Devotion Toward Mary Was Truly Remarkable

Saint Fidelis was a Priest and Martyr The Feast Day for Saint Fidelis is April 24th. “From now on I want to live in complete poverty, chastity, and obedience amidst sufferings and persecutions and in austere penance and profound humility. I came from the womb of my mother with nothing, and with nothing I desire to return to the arms of my Savior.” Pin...

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Who is Saint George?
Apr22

Who is Saint George?

St. George was a part of the Roman army and is venerated as a great martyr in the Eastern Church. As one of the “Fourteen Holy Helpers” his intercession is considered particularly effective. St. George is the patron of England since 800AD. Many legends are attached to Saint George, yet the most famous is the one in The Golden Legend. There was a dragon that was terrorizing flocks and the people that lived around a lake near...

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Weatherproofing Your Catholic Garden Statue
Apr21

Weatherproofing Your Catholic Garden Statue

With 3 simple steps, you can preserve and protect your beautiful sculptures for years to come.

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The History and Significance of the Jerusalem Cross
Apr12

The History and Significance of the Jerusalem Cross

The cross is one of the most recognizable symbols in the world. Throughout history there have been many variations of the cross, each holding historical or cultural significances. The Greek cross, Latin cross, Celtic cross, and the Jerusalem cross are just a few examples of the different types of crosses created throughout the history of our faith. Some crosses, such as the Latin cross, are simple in design, while others, including...

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Who is Saint Patrick
Mar11

Who is Saint Patrick

March 17th is not all about 4 leaf clovers, leprechauns and green beer. This is a day to honor and pray to St. Patrick. 1,500 years ago, Saint Patrick was an influential saint who brought Christianity to the little country of Ireland. Saint Patrick in the Early Years He was born around 415 AD in the British Isles, and while he was still young he was captured by Irish raiders and sold as a slave. After a few years of slavery and near...

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