Emilia-Romagna - the new Tuscanny?
Tuscany's success in presenting itself as the ideal Italian destination is legendary. To the British it's affectionately known as 'chiantishire', while
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Maria Santíssima, obra prima da criação – leia esta reflexão de S. João Vianney: (Parte II) | Associação Apostolado do Sagrado Coração de Jesus 2019
. São João Vianney . Continuação do post: Maria Santíssima, obra prima da criação – leia esta reflexão de S. João Vianney: (Parte I) . O Coração de Maria é tão terno para nós, que o de todas as mães reunidas não passa de um pedaço de gelo ao pé do dela. Vedes como a Santíssima …
David Inczauskis SJ on Twitter
“Liturgy should not be beautiful. At the Last Supper, Jesus washed stinky feet. In the Garden, Jesus sweat blood. At the cross, Jesus was violently murdered. Upon rising, Jesus still had open wounds. No, liturgy should not be beautiful. It should be ugly & scandalous.”
Imitating St. Catherine of Alexandria
Saint Catherine of Alexandria lived in the early 300s in Alexandria, Egypt. She was a highly educated girl of noble birth and after experiencing a vision of Mary and the child Jesus, she converted …
The Challenge and Beauty of Japanese Christianity - Seedbed
The Challenge and Beauty of Japanese Christianity - Seedbed Bible study and small group resources for pastors and Weselyan churches.
Jesus Christ Appearances from Ascension to Now!
Christ has made many thousands of appearances since his ascension into heaven. Below are official, approved, apparitions and visions of Jesus Christ by the Catholic Church. The church conducted numerous scientific inquiries and investigations into these appearances, and after careful due diligence... blessed them as worthy of belief.
The Woman Clothed with the Sun Fleeth from the Persecution of the Dragon (1996-62)
The Woman Clothed with the Sun Fleeth from the Persecution of the Dragon // ca. 1797 // Benjamin West // Princeton University Art Museum // #VirginMary