I am sorry I have not been writing for a while. I was researching Mother Mary and Scripture (which hurt my head!) and then I got busy and was hardly home. Mary is one of two months consecrated to Mary (the other is October), so I will be writing more about Mary. But today I […]

Alright, SR, you are my inspiration today!  SR commented on my post, “Mary, Mother of God” that other Christian religions think of our reverence of Mary as “idol worship” and on her post on Being Faithful To Grace, “Thanking God Today That I am a Catholic And For my Catholic Brothers and Sisters”, in which […]

I am back for part two of why Catholics have a special reverence for Mary.  Yesterday, I spoke about Mary, the mother of Jesus, and how she, in spite of many difficult propositions in her conversation with the Angel Gabriel, said yes to God and became the mother of the Son of God.  Today I […]

We Catholics have a special devotion to the Virgin Mary.  I guess I don’t quite understand why other Christian religions do not.  Mary is an example to us of how to follow God.  To start, Mary was a girl when the Angel Gabriel came to her and said, “Hail, full of grace.  The Lord is […]

I follow the blog beingfaithfultograce.wordpress.com.  So I received an e-mail this morning that she (SR) has a new post.  She received a Liebster Award, which is given to blogs that are good (thoughtful, makes us laugh, blogs we enjoy) that have less than 200 followers.  When a blog is nominated, they nominate 9 more blogs. […]

Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I send you.” And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit. Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.” John 20:21-23 As promised […]

If any of you watch the tv show “Supernatural”, you saw Dean get sucked into purgatory, a wasteland filled with demons, vampires and other evil characters.  The Catholic belief of purgatory is much different than this.  Catholics believe in confessing our sins to a priest and receiving a penance, which means of a person dies […]