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Our Lady of Guadalupe

Posted on November 29, 2021 in: General News

Our Lady of Guadalupe
ewtn In the sixteenth century, the Blessed Virgin, moved with pity for the Aztec people who, living in the darkness of idolatry, offered to their idols multitudes of human victims, deigned to take into her own hands the evangelization of these Indians of Central America who were also her children...

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Reflection on Christ the King and St. Joseph
By: Bishop Joseph E. Strickland Catholic East Texas As you know, the last Sunday of the liturgical year is the Solemnity of Christ the King of the Universe. This beautiful feast reminds us that Jesus Christ is King not just for one liturgical celebration each year but every day of our lives. We ...

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The Immaculate Conception

Posted on November 29, 2021 in: General News

The Immaculate Conception
ewtn So great are the advantages we reap from the incarnation of the Son of God that to contemplate it, and to thank and praise him for the same, ought to be the primary object of all our devotions and the employment of our whole lives. In the feast of the Conception of the Immaculate Virgin Moth...

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Spiritual Reading for Advent Season

Posted on November 29, 2021 in: General News

Spiritual Reading for Advent Season
By: Elizabeth Slaten Nov. 19, 2021 Catholic East Texas   “Only God knows the good that can come about by reading one good Catholic book.” St. John Bosco As we get ready to enter into a new liturgical year with the start of Advent, many Christians will strive to take up...

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St. Nicholas

Posted on November 29, 2021 in: General News

St. Nicholas
Ewtn.com The great veneration with which this saint has been honoured, both in the Greek and Latin churches for many ages, and the great number of altars and churches which have been everywhere erected in his memory, are proofs of his extraordinary sanctity and of the glory which he enjoys with G...

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2022: Year of Mary and the Eucharist
Nov. 15, 2021 Bishop Catholic Diocese of Tyler As we draw to the close of the Year of Saint Joseph, we give thanks for all of the graces and inspirations we have received. Although the Year of Saint Joseph closes officially on December 8, 2021, we will of course continue to be inspired by his mo...

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Veterans Day Gratitude: When ‘Thank You for Your Service’ Is Not Enough
COMMENTARY: Gratitude is a virtue required as part of justice whereby we remember and appreciate the service done for us and the willingness to show kindness in return. Msgr. Stuart Swetland Commentaries November 11, 2021 Source “Thank you for your service.”  As a veteran,...

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A Heartbeat Saves a Life

Posted on November 12, 2021 in: General News

A Heartbeat Saves a Life
40 Days for Life in Texas ends its prayer vigil and the Supreme Court Declines to Block the Texas Heartbeat Act By: Susan Fox Nov 9, 2021 Source “Our society is out of sync with reality. It’s surreal sitting here with Planned Parenthood nestled among all the other medical bu...

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The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Source Religious parents never fail by devout prayer to consecrate their children to the divine service and love, both before and after their birth. Some amongst the Jews, not content with this general consecration of their children, offered them to God in their infancy, by the hands of the pries...

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St. Cecilia

Posted on November 12, 2021 in: General News

St. Cecilia
Source The name of St. Cecilia has always been most illustrious in the church, and ever since the primitive ages is mentioned with distinction in the canon of the Mass, and in the sacramentaries and calendars of the church. Her spouse Valerian, Tiburtius, and Maximus, an officer, who were her com...

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