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  3. by-grace-of-god:

St. Thomas Aquinas - feast day Jan 28
(Portraits of Saints)

    by-grace-of-god:

    St. Thomas Aquinas - feast day Jan 28

    (Portraits of Saints)

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  5. Tip for Catholic Guys

    therealistcatholic:

    joyinfindingjesus:

    There is nothing more attractive for Catholic girls than a guy that is extremely deep into his faith! It’s probably the best thing you can ever ask for. 

    Tips for Catholic Girls:

    Be strong in your faith. If you can lead me closer to Christ you are the person that I want to be with.

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  6. jacksvices:

Sunrise over the San Francisco Bay - seen from Telegraph Hill by lambertwm http://flic.kr/p/n22cWz

    jacksvices:

    Sunrise over the San Francisco Bay - seen from Telegraph Hill by lambertwm http://flic.kr/p/n22cWz

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  7. I have great reverence for St. Michael the Archangel; he had no example to follow in doing the will of God, and yet he fulfilled God’s will faithfully.
    – St. Faustina Kowalska (via acatholicvibe)

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  8. subtectummeum:

    "Alleluia, alleluia. Christ, our Paschal Lamb, has been sacrificed."

    Another Easter chant, the Alleluia verse from the Mass for Easter Sunday.

    Gregorian chant is so rebellious. Listen to the word immolatus, "sacrificed." While most music will extend a word to make it fit a melody, Gregorian chant extends words for no reason whatsoever except that it can. It creates a sense of eternity like no music can, because it is not constrained by time. It creates a sense of the overflowing and the abundance of God’s love, because it is overflowing itself. It creates a sense of peace because it is not rocked or shaken by the passions of meter. It really is like swirls of incense smoke rising to heaven, as I once read (or heard) it described.

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  9. catholicsoul:

Conversion of St. Paul
St. Paul is known as the ‘Apostle to the Gentiles’. He was not one of the twelve chosen by Jesus. In fact, he had never met Jesus in person. St. Paul was a zealous religious man who wanted to destroy Christians. On his way to arrest them, he was struck down and heard Jesus calling him to become His follower. St. Paul went on to become one of the greatest Christian teachers in history. He travelled extensively to convert people and wrote letters which became part of the Bible. He was eventually martyred in Rome. The Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul is on 25 January.

    catholicsoul:

    Conversion of St. Paul
    St. Paul is known as the ‘Apostle to the Gentiles’. He was not one of the twelve chosen by Jesus. In fact, he had never met Jesus in person. St. Paul was a zealous religious man who wanted to destroy Christians. On his way to arrest them, he was struck down and heard Jesus calling him to become His follower. St. Paul went on to become one of the greatest Christian teachers in history. He travelled extensively to convert people and wrote letters which became part of the Bible. He was eventually martyred in Rome. The Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul is on 25 January.

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    9 hours ago  /  18 notes  /  Source: happysaints.com

  10. Living one day at a time,
    Enjoying one moment at a time,
    Accepting hardship as a pathway to peace,
    Taking, as Jesus did,
    This sinful world as it is,
    Not as I would have it,
    Trusting that you [God] will make all things right,
    If I surrender to your will,
    So that I may be reasonably happy in this life,
    And supremely happy with you forever in the next.
    – The (lesser known) second stanza of the Serenity Prayer

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