W 2019-21

Sunday, 5.23.21

Link of interest…  Carlo Acutis: Eucharistic Miracles of the World


Wednesday, 5.19.21

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Above: Cathedral of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary

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Above: St. Louis Cathedral


Tuesday, 5.18.21

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Above: National Shrine of the Divine Mercy

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Above: Cathedral of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary


Monday, 5.17.21


National Shrine of the Divine Mercy

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Links of interest…  Stockbridge, MA: Mass (daily, 8 A.M. CT) – chapletrosary


Sunday, 5.16.21

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Cathedral of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary


Below: St. Faustina & St. Francis of Assisi, respectively

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Links of interest…  Holy Rosary Cathedral (Vancouver, CA – Sunday, 10 A.M.; daily, 9:15 A.M. & 2:10 P.M. & vespers, 5:30 P.M. Friday [pdf])…  St. Faustina (Fulshear, TX – Sunday, 9 A.M.)…  St. Francis of Assisi (Wichita, KS – Sunday, 8:30 A.M.).  All CT.


Friday, 5.14.21


Above: St. Michael / below: St. Michael the Archangel

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Links of interest…  Archdiocese of Detroit…  St. Michael (Grand Forks, ND – daily, 7:15 A.M. & 5:15 P.M. CT)…  St. Michael the Archangel (Monroe, MI – Saturday, 5 P.M. CT).


Monday, 4.26.21

Saturday, we livestreamed 4 P.M. Mass at Most Holy Trinity in Covington, LA.  We’d been there once in person, though the church is new and no longer in a “fish store.”  And, thanks to the Mass listings conveniently located on one website, I also found St. Francis of Assisi in Longmont, CO.  St. Francis livestreams Masses: Saturday, 4:30 P.M.; Sunday, 10 A.M.; daily, 8:00 A.M.  (CO is on MT, so add one hour for CT.)


Links of interest…  Archdiocese of New Orleans…  Mass (world-wide listings)…  St. Francis of Assisi & Holy Spirit novena…  Most Holy Trinity (videos)…  St. Louis Cathedral & daily saints


Wednesday, 2.3.21


Links of interest…  St. Teresa of Calcutta book / quotes


Sunday, 8.9.20

Here’s the link for the person wanting access to Meditations for Lent from Sophia Institute Press.  When I find the post to which it’s attached, I’ll replace it.


Tuesday, 5.19.20

Upcoming events at the Solanus Casey Center in Detroit…

St. Bonaventure Chapel livestreams.  Daily Mass continues to be live-streamed Monday through Friday at 7:45 a.m. ET, Sunday Mass live-streamed at 9:00 a.m. ET, and Blessing of the Sick service live-streamed at 2 p.m. ET on Wednesdays.

You can view the livestream on the Blessed Solanus Casey Facebook page, the Solanus Casey Center website: www.solanuscenter.org, or the Father Solanus Guild website: www.solanuscasey.org.


Wednesday, 12.18.19

The National Catholic Reporter has three Trials of Nonviolence podcasts of interest: We come in peace, The Holy Spirit, and Community by Jesse Remedios.


Tuesday, 12.17.19

If you enjoy the O-Antiphons, McGrath Institute for Church Life (MICL) is offering a free e-book download.

Links of interest…  MICL offer…  O Antiphons in Advent…  Praying the O-Antiphons: Reflections for Advent


Wednesday, 4.17.19

Oh, cool!  New from Sophia Institute Press: Comic-book style novels about saints.


Sunday, 3.31.19

In the gospels both John the Baptist and Jesus call us to embrace a metanoia.  That Greek word means a complete change of mind and heart.  So it’s not simply a regretting of sins; it’s a complete restoration of one’s life.  And that “turning over a new leaf” can be both profoundly freeing and profoundly joyful!  You can say to yourself, “I don’t have to live like this any longer!”  And, “I can live in the freedom that God calls me to!”  In this way of seeing it, metanoia can be a relief.

You can pray for a metanoia by asking God to make you aware of the parts of your life where you are not only sinful but unfree.  You can pray that God gives you the grace to see these things; that you can indeed make amends; and, most important, that you can find the freedom to live in a new way (James Martin, SJ).

Links of interest…  Metanoia: Fr. James Martin, SJ (podcast) / Valerie Schultz


Thursday, 3.28.19

Franciscan Media online has a creative, thoughtful way to do the stations of the cross.


Sunday, 2.24.19


Link of interest…  daily Lenten meditations


Tuesday, 1.1.19


Happy New Year!


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2 Responses

  1. Wow! Beautiful picture collections of shrines, churches, and cathedrals.

    Neng and I watched the live telecast when Carlo Acutis was beatified. He’ll be the youngest saint of this century.

    • Thanks so much for dropping by, Sam!

      When you’d tell us about Ning’s favorite church in Ireland, I had no idea how appealing online Mass could be. And, now, I can’t imagine life without the luxury of tuning in anytime anywhere. God is so tech savvy that he’s on 24/7/365. He must be having the time of his life.

      Carlo’s story is quite amazing. What a lovely, loving spirit, truly an inspiration for our time.

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