Fidelis's constant prayer was that he be kept completely faithful to God and not give in to any lukewarmness or apathy. He was often heard to exclaim, "Woe to me if I should prove myself but a half-hearted soldier in the service of my thorn-crowned Captain." His prayer against apathy, and his concern for the... Continue Reading →
El Día de mi Santo. My Saints Day. St. John Baptist de la Salle. He has much to teach me, though he tried I never listened. Perhaps it is time, even if I am not Juanita.
Today's Saint of the Day from American Catholic.org, St. Hyacintha of Mariscotti. May her humility and understanding serve as a guide for us.
December 8th is the Feast Day of The Immaculate Conception. Saint of the Day by AmericanCatholic.org
At least I hope it is! As I have said many, many a time, and yes, the saying is so cliché thanks to me...Misery Loves Company! Do you have time? Can You Parent and Work and Live?
I grew up always hearing about San Juan de Dios and his Charitable works. How Selfless he was. How he gave everything of himself for others. About his Humility... One of my Favorite Mercados in Guadalajara is named after him, San Juan de Dios... I only Pray that one day, perhaps with his Intercession, I can learn... Continue Reading →