The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe – Empress of the Americas


Originally posted on Catholic Trek:
December 12 is the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe.  I won’t go into the entire story, but for those that are not familiar with it, a…

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe


Blessed are you, holy Virgin Mary; from you rose the Sun of Justice, Christ our Lord. On this, your Feast Day, we ask that you continue to intercede for all your children, especially… Continue reading

Year of Mercy


“Even if the Holy Door closes, the true door of mercy, which is the heart of Christ, always remains open for us,” Pope Francis said Sunday in a Mass marking the formal close of his jubilee Year of Mercy. “God has no memory of sin, but only of us, of each of us, we who are his beloved children.”

Winds of Change?


With life happening all around, things happen. Life Happens. But in a stride for “normalcy” things may be changing around these here parts

Viva México!


Un poco de historia de Nuestra Bandera!

Happy Birthday Mama Mary!


Let us celebrate the birth of the Virgin Mary. Let us adore her Son, Christ the Lord. When the sacred virgin was born, then the world was filled with light; blessed and holy… Continue reading

Genuit Parens Noster Est Finis Noctis Tristis


If the joy of God and of the Angels in the Nativity of Mary was great, ours shall be no less, because, after all, Our Blessed Lady was born especially for us.

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