Saint of the Day – 2 March – Saint Chad (c 620-672) Bishop (Reblog)

Saint of the Day – 2 March – Saint Chad (c 620-672) Bishop of Lichfield, Confessor, Abbot, Monk, known as the Apostle of Mercia. St Chad was a man of…

Saint of the Day – 2 March – Saint Chad (c 620-672) Bishop

Thought for the Day – 18 February – The Hour of Trial — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 18 February – A Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Hour of Trial “Everybody, even a Saint, has his hour of trial.God wants it this way. so that if we are victorious with the help of His grace, we can receive our reward.“One who enters a contest is not […]

Thought for the Day – 18 February – The Hour of Trial — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 15 February – The Spirit of Prayer — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 15 February – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Spirit of Prayer “The alchemists of old were searching for a legendary stone which would transform metal into gold.This stone, does not exist, of course but, in the supernatural order, the spirit of prayer really can change everything to gold.When […]

Thought for the Day – 15 February – The Spirit of Prayer — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 1 February – The Holy Family – The Blessed Virgin Mary — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 1 February – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Holy Family – The Blessed Virgin Mary “The Blessed Vigin Mary is the second model proposed for our imitation in the Holy Family.She is the purest and most beautiful creature ever fashioned by the Hand of God.As Mother of the […]

Thought for the Day – 1 February – The Holy Family – The Blessed Virgin Mary — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 11 December – Christ’s Work in Us — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 11 December – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) Christ’s Work in Us “What kind of life has Jesus in my soul?If I am in the state of grace, He lives in my soul but, how does He live?In some, those of us who are tepid, worldly and dissipated, Jesus […]

Thought for the Day – 11 December – Christ’s Work in Us — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 28 January – The Blessed Eucharist — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 28 January – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Blessed Eucharist “By means of this wonderful gift, we can live the life of Jesus Himself. It is Our Lord Himself, Who says to us: “As the living Father has sent me and as I live because of the Father, […]

Thought for the Day – 28 January – The Blessed Eucharist — AnaStpaul

Saint of the Day – 27 January – Blessed Manfredo Settala (12th Century-1217) — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Saint of the Day – 27 January – Blessed Manfredo Settala (12th Century-1217) Priest and Hermit, known as “The Hermit of Monte San Giorgio,” miracle-worker – born in the latter 12th century in Milan, Italy and died on 27 January 1217 in Riva San Vitale, Lombardy, Italy of natural causes. Patronage – Riva San Vitale. […]

Saint of the Day – 27 January – Blessed Manfredo Settala (12th Century-1217) — AnaStpaul

Verse of the Day

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“For he looketh to the ends of the earth, and seeth under the whole heaven;”

Job 28, verse 24

Today I opened the bible randomly and pointed at this verse.

What does this verse suggest about the nature of our universe? These words and many others like this, were once truly believed.

Considering the state of our ‘civilisation’, is our supposed enlightenment benefitting us?

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Quote/s of the Day – 23 January – Blessed Henry Suso — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Quote/s of the Day – 23 January – “Month of the Most Holy Name of Jesus” and The Memorial of Blessed Henry Suso OP (1295-1366) “Faith in Jesus and in the power of His Holy Nameis the greatest spiritual force in the world today.It is a source of joy and inspiration in our youth;of strength […]

Quote/s of the Day – 23 January – Blessed Henry Suso — AnaStpaul

January 19, 1524 — Today’s Luther (Reblog)

Martin Luther writes to Lambert Thorn, an Augustinian monk, in the Netherlands. Thorn (or von Thorn) was probably the third of the trio of Augustinians who had been arrested at Antwerp and tried for heresy. The other two, Heinrich Voes (or Vos) and Johann Esch (or van den Esschen), had been burned at Brussels. Thorn […]

January 19, 1524 — Today’s Luther