Tag Archive: Catholic Devotions

Like Unto Kings: The Three Magi and the Sacrétemporal Worldview

“The Feast of the Epiphany commemorates the threefold manifestation of our Lord Jesus Christ in His earthly life, His baptism, the wedding feast of Canna, and the visit of the Magi…”

The Sun Danced and Took a Bow for the Queen of the Universe: Rekindling Devotion to Our Lady of Fatima

“I attended Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Grammar School for nine of my formative years, and have had a special devotion to that apparition since boyhood…”

The Many Faces and Phases of St. Francis of Assisi: From Soldier, to Beggar, to Troubadour, to Saint

“But as his faith and fate converged and intervened like the inseparable ivy vines that cling and climb upwardly, attaching themselves to a towering tree or a castle’s tall, fortified walls, he was inspired to veer off his former course and peruse a heavenly path…”

“Pray, Hope, and Don’t Worry”: A Spiritual Reflection on St. Padre Pio

“This ‘Mystic Monk’ embraced the cross and carried it with heroic humility, fidelity, and extraordinary perseverance during his eighty-two years upon the earth…”

Hidden Queen

“Look into the poorest eyes and find the hidden queen…”

Supreme Queen: The Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

“Who else, of all those who have gone before, could have borne the weight of the priceless gemmed coronation crown that was specifically crafted by the Creator’s loving hand?”

Morning Star

“‘Let your sorrows be turned to joy, for I am still your little Boy, and now you will rule by My side as Queen, for you are lovely and serene…'”

St. John’s Bonfire

Enjoy this fun summer story about a the Catholic tradition of St. John’s Bonfire.

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