If anyone does not wish to have Mary Immaculate for his Mother, he will not have Christ for his Brother.
Saint Maximilian Kolbe (via catholicapologetics)

annnieeau:

ohhkreah:

yfc:

Get these awesome shirts in the ILC! 
register now! P1000 only, March 19 is the deadline!

John 3:16 shirt is cool!

OMG….  I BETTER GET ALL OF THEM!!

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annnieeau:

ohhkreah:

yfc:

Get these awesome shirts in the ILC! 

register now! P1000 only, March 19 is the deadline!

John 3:16 shirt is cool!

OMG….  I BETTER GET ALL OF THEM!!

i want!


Prayer enlarges the heart until it is capable of containing God’s gift of himself. Ask and seek, and your heart will grow big enough to receive him and to keep him as your own. Wherever God has put you, that is your vocation. It is not what we do but how much love we put into it.
Mother Teresa (via sarahfeezy)

(via fathershane)


(via sermoveritas)


fathershane:

Saw this video on Facebook and said “Hey I know that guy!” (I actually do.)

Catholic + Conviction + Camera = THIS.


henrythefreak:

North East Calgary.
Gotta Represent

henrythefreak:

North East Calgary.

Gotta Represent

(via calgaryherald)


Jesus mentions some mysterious “unforgiveable sin against the Holy Spirit.” What is it? Wise men and women, saints and scholars, tell us that Jesus is teaching that, really, the only unforgiveable sin…is to believe that there is any sin which cannot be forgiven, that God’s mercy is limited.

Nope! God’s mercy, God’s grace, God’s power is unlimited! There is no evil, no horror, no sin that is exempt from the healing rays of His grace. Not even the horrors of the culture of death!

Cardinal-designate Timothy Dolan (New York)

adaltaredei:

Unless we believe and see Jesus in the appearance of bread on the altar, we will not be able to see him in the distressing disguise of the poor.
Mother Teresa 

adaltaredei:

Unless we believe and see Jesus in the appearance of bread on the altar, we will not be able to see him in the distressing disguise of the poor.

Mother Teresa 

(via sermoveritas)


A little prayer

a prayer that fills my soul

allaboutmary:

O Mary, hear a sinner plead,
And ask this grace for me;
That wheresoever my paths may lead
They’ll end with God and thee.

- Brian O’Higgins


There’s just something about the GIRM, its new translation to the original Latin words along with the gestures that make mass more… beautiful. To have expression when we confess our sins, the words being said while kneeling showing that we are humbly accepting Christ as our savior as the bread and wine are being transformed, to remain standing singing our praises to God until the whole communion has been received, and to bow before receiving the body & blood of Christ. The beauty of the Eucharist is glowing here and I am very honoured to be a witness.