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Praying for conversions? Try the Fatima Chaplet

Praying for conversions? Try the Fatima Chaplet

By Barb Ernster – The story of the conversion of Saul on the road to Damascus in Acts 9:1-20, is a fascinating read about the length and depth of God’s mercy and grace. Consumed with “murderous threats” against the disciples of Jesus after encouraging the

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A Spiritual Pandemic

A Spiritual Pandemic

By David Carollo – During major events, words such as pandemic become part of the dialogue of everyday life. A pandemic is defined as a disease prevalent over the whole country, or the world. No doubt we are dealing with a significant health crisis, but

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The Fatima call to Eucharistic reparation

The Fatima call to Eucharistic reparation

By Deacon Bob Ellis – The call to Eucharistic reparation is very much a part of Fatima, but interestingly, it did not come from Our Lady. She did not ask for it during any of her six apparitions in 1917. While she did talk about

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Two visions and their connection to the ‘hour of mercy’

Two visions and their connection to the ‘hour of mercy’

by Larry Maginot – Less than two years before St. Faustina received the vision from Our Lord as the image of Divine Mercy, Sister Lucia also received a vision in Tuy, Spain, depicting the supernatural dispensing of divine mercy and grace for the salvation of

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Lent with St. Francisco: “Blessed are those who are persecuted”

Lent with St. Francisco: “Blessed are those who are persecuted”

In this 6th week of Lent with St. Francisco, we are focusing on the beatitude, “Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” Jesus stated clearly that we will be persecuted if we follow Him.  He told

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How St. John Bosco handled an epidemic

How St. John Bosco handled an epidemic

by Donal Anthony Foley – The COVID-19 coronavirus is a new threat to our society, but mankind has faced even more serious ones in the past, including the Black Death in the 14th century, when between 30-60 percent of Europe’s population fell victim to the

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Lent with St. Francisco: Blessed are the peacemakers

Lent with St. Francisco: Blessed are the peacemakers

In this 5th week of Lent with St. Francisco, we are focusing on the beatitude, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God.” Jesus demonstrated this beatitude whenever He confronted sin or conflict with a gentle and peaceful heart. Rather than

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The practice of the First Saturday Devotion during the corona pandemic

The practice of the First Saturday Devotion during the corona pandemic

As we are receiving many questions about the upcoming First Saturday in April and its devotions, here is a quick synopsis from our National Coordinator, Deacon Bob Ellis. For further information, please do not hesitate to email rellis@bluearmy.com or 920-371-1931. How are we to practice

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Lent with St. Francisco: Blessed are the pure in heart

Lent with St. Francisco: Blessed are the pure in heart

In this fourth week of Lent with St. Francisco, we are focusing on the beatitude: “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.” On this notion, St. Irenaeus of Lyon said, “The Glory of God is a human being fully alive.” When

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Lent with St. Francisco: Blessed are the merciful

Lent with St. Francisco: Blessed are the merciful

In this third week of our Lenten series on St. Francisco and the Beatitudes, Jesus told the crowds, “Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.” In His message of Divine Mercy, Jesus demanded acts of mercy toward our neighbor – by deed,

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