MARANATHA

Today, December 3, the entire Catholic community celebrates the feast day of Saint Francis Xavier, a Jesuit priest. He was born on April 7, 1506 in the castle of Xavier, in the kingdom of Navarre. He was beatified by Pope Paul V on October 25, 1619 and was canonized on March 12, 1622 by Pope Gregory XV. He is the patron saint of African missions, Agartala, India, China, Nasugbu (a town in the province of Batangas in the Philippines), Cebu (a province in the island of Visayas in the Philippines), Indonesia, just to name a few.

Today, December 3, the entire Catholic community celebrates the feast day of Saint Francis Xavier, a Jesuit priest. He was born on April 7, 1506 in the castle of Xavier, in the kingdom of Navarre. He was beatified by Pope Paul V on October 25, 1619 and was canonized on March 12, 1622 by Pope Gregory XV. He is the patron saint of African missions, Agartala, India, China, Nasugbu (a town in the province of Batangas in the Philippines), Cebu (a province in the island of Visayas in the Philippines), Indonesia, just to name a few.

Yesterday, November 30, the entire Catholic community celebrated the feast day of St. Andrew the Apostle. He is a brother to another apostle, Simon, famously known as Peter. 

Yesterday, November 30, the entire Catholic community celebrated the feast day of St. Andrew the Apostle. He is a brother to another apostle, Simon, famously known as Peter. 

PRAY THE HOLY ROSARY EVERYDAY.

PRAY THE HOLY ROSARY EVERYDAY.

Today, October 7, we celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary.
Today, August 16, we celebrate the feast day of Saint Roch, patron saint of bachelors, diseased cattle, dogs, falsely accused people, surgeons, just to name a few.

Today, August 16, we celebrate the feast day of Saint Roch, patron saint of bachelors, diseased cattle, dogs, falsely accused people, surgeons, just to name a few.

Today, August 15, the entire Catholic community celebrates the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God.
Today, July 25, we celebrate the feast day of Saint James, son of Zebedee and one of the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ. He is a brother to his fellow disciple, John the Beloved. He is the patron saint of countries like Spain, Guatemala and Nicaragua, just to name a few. He is also the patron saint of professions like veterinarians, equestrians and pharmacists, just to name a few.
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Today, July 25, we celebrate the feast day of Saint James, son of Zebedee and one of the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ. He is a brother to his fellow disciple, John the Beloved. He is the patron saint of countries like Spain, Guatemala and Nicaragua, just to name a few. He is also the patron saint of professions like veterinarians, equestrians and pharmacists, just to name a few.

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Today, July 16, we celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

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Today, July 16, we celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

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Today, July 11, both the Anglican and the Catholic Churches honor the feast day of Saint Benedict of Nursia, a Christian saint and an abbot of Monte Cassino. He was canonized in 1220 by Pope Honorius III. He was a brother to Saint Scholastica. He died on March 21, 543. He is considered as the patron saint of Europe and students, as well as of monks, farmers, civil engineers, Italian architects, dying people, just to name a few.
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Today, July 11, both the Anglican and the Catholic Churches honor the feast day of Saint Benedict of Nursia, a Christian saint and an abbot of Monte Cassino. He was canonized in 1220 by Pope Honorius III. He was a brother to Saint Scholastica. He died on March 21, 543. He is considered as the patron saint of Europe and students, as well as of monks, farmers, civil engineers, Italian architects, dying people, just to name a few.

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Today, July 6, we celebrate the feast day of Saint Maria Goretti, one of the Roman Catholic Church’s youngest canonized saints. She is the patron saint of crime victims, teenage girls, modern youth and children of Mary. She was beatified on April 27, 1947 and was canonized on June 24, 1950 both by by Pope Pius XII. 

Today, July 6, we celebrate the feast day of Saint Maria Goretti, one of the Roman Catholic Church’s youngest canonized saints. She is the patron saint of crime victims, teenage girls, modern youth and children of Mary. She was beatified on April 27, 1947 and was canonized on June 24, 1950 both by by Pope Pius XII. 

Today is the first Friday of the month of July 2013. Let’s have time to go to mass today. First Friday masses are usually for novena masses for the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
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Today, July 4, we celebrate the feast day of St. Elizabeth of Portugal, the Queen Consort of Portugal. She was canonized on May 25, 1625 by Pope Urban VIII. She was the wife of Denis of Portugal, king of Portugal in 1279.
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Today, July 4, we celebrate the feast day of St. Elizabeth of Portugal, the Queen Consort of Portugal. She was canonized on May 25, 1625 by Pope Urban VIII. She was the wife of Denis of Portugal, king of Portugal in 1279.

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Maria Magdalena was known by being cleansed by Jesus from seven demons. She was with other women who went to the tomb of Jesus during the Easter Sunday.
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Maria Jacobe, also known as Mary of Clopas, was one of the women who visited the tomb of Jesus during the Easter Sunday. She was believed to be the wife of Clopas
Maria Veronica, a pious woman from Jerusalem who wiped the bleeding face of Jesus during his journey to the Mount Calvary. The face of Jesus was miraculously impressed upon it.
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