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Here Are 4 of the Longest (And Most Powerful) Novenas

Oh, novenas. Catholics know them. We (sometimes) love them. We can also fail at keeping up with them. Once we get used to them, we can get addicted to praying them. Prayed over 9 consecutive days, novenas (from the Latin word “novem” meaning “nine”) are usually done for big intentions weighing heavily on a person’s …

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Father Patrick Peyton, Founder of Family Rosary Crusade Declared Venerable

VATICAN CITY – On December 18, 2017, Pope Francis declared Father Patrick Peyton, founder of Family Rosary Crusade and Family Theater Productions, venerable. Father Peyton was born on January 9, 1909 in County Mayo, Ireland to very devout parents who prayed the rosary together as a family every day and instilled the faith well within …

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Let Saint Teresa of Avila and Pope Saint John Paul II Guide You Through the Rosary

Have you ever struggled to pray the rosary? Do distractions pull you away from the prayers, or does your mind wander between Hail Marys and Our Fathers? The Contemplative Rosary with St. John Paul II and St. Teresa of Avila by Dan Burke and Connie Rossini is just the book for you, then. This book is …

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What To Do After You Consecrate Yourself to Mary

In his famous book, True Devotion to Mary, Saint Louis Marie de Montfort writes that consecrating our lives to Jesus through Mary is the shortest, easiest, quickest and most efficacious path to Heaven.  But if you’re just discovering Marian Consecration, Saint Louis de Montfort’s writing can seem overwhelming. Father Michael Gaitley’s book, 33 Days to Morning Glory: …

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Did The Rosary Save This Priest from the Atomic Bomb in Hiroshima?

Video at bottom! On August 6, 1945 during World War II, an atomic bomb was dropped on the town of Hiroshima, Japan. 140,000 people were killed or injured. There was a home eight blocks (about 1 kilometer) from where the A-Bomb exploded. This home had a church attached to it which was completely destroyed, but …

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