Catholic Navy chaplain shares story of Iraqi conversion
St. Stanislaus' altar in its restored state
More awesome pics here
Here was the email Fr. John Sichko sent me to post here on my blog:
I would love for you to do some things about what I am doing here in my poor parish of Richmond, Ky.
I am sending you some press releases.
We believe that even though we are hugely in debt...by giving to others...in turn ...we will receive a thousand fold.
Father Jim Sichko
Meet The Priests
The Priests are:
Father Eugene O'Hagan of the Parish of Ballyclare and Ballygowan: Church of The Sacred Heart and Church of The Holy Family. Diocese of Down and Connor
Father Martin O'Hagan of the Parish of Cushendun: Church of St. Patrick (Craigagh), Church of St. Mary, The Star of the Sea (Culraney). Diocese of Down and Connor.
Father David Delargy of the Parish of Hannahstown: Church of St. Joseph and Church of St. Peter, the Rock , Diocese of Down and Connor.
It was at St. MacNissi's College near Carnlough in Co Antrim where Father Eugene O'Hagan, Father Martin O'Hagan and Father David Delargy met for the first time...
God be praised for these priests! Check them out here.
Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine, 21281 Chardon Road in Euclid
where the cards for priests are sold
Fr. Steffes, 50 years ago
Send your greetings to Fr. Steffes at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward them to Fr. Keyes. Thank you!
They are a Catholic community dedicated to a life of prayer and Eucharistic Adoration. Here is what the site says:
I found this website of the Marionite Monks. I am glad to have found them for I have never heard of them before.
The Maronite Monks of Most Holy Trinity Monastery are a Catholic community of contemplative monks dedicated to a life of prayer and Eucharistic Adoration—a life of religious reparation and penance for souls—that is, for our brothers and sisters in the world, especially those in most need of our prayers. We are a cloistered, contemplative community in which there is an harmonious fusion of cenobitic and eremitical living. This life of adoration and penance overflows to others by making possible to all God’s People in the local community the opportunity for:
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Sharing in the Liturgy of Divine Office
Participating in the Divine Liturgy of the Mass
In honor of St. Joseph,The Worker
Found by John, a frequent visitor of Micki's blog
The Holy Family
I found this at Ed's original blog, In God's Company
Ed moved to a new spot now called In God's Company Too!