Once again, thanks to the new outbreak of Covid19 restrictions were enforced to all of us to basically stay home and not leave, and, once again, us Catholics were deprived of our visits to our Church. When the Pandemic started in 2020 Churches all around the world stepped up and activated their resources and thanks… Continue reading Online Mass
https://instagram.com/thankful.art?utm_medium=copy_link Dear God, I am tired. I know... you've heard this before so many times. I know it's being a while since the last time I prayed to You praising You, thanking You... All my prayers (if any at all) are short and angry or short and sad or just short... just saying: "God!!!!"... But… Continue reading Dear God
You did it!I did it! We did it! We took our children to Church today! https://instagram.com/daltondesenho?utm_medium=copy_link by Dalton Junior How beautiful it was to hear their crying! To see them walking everywhere. When one quieted down, another cry was heard in the backround. You could see a father with a child going out, and another… Continue reading Back to Church
Saint Gianna is known to be the Patron of Mothers, Physicians, and Unborn Children. But, little is known that you have a friend in her. A sister as a matter of fact. She is very well known to assist and intercede for women trying to conceive and even for women with complicated pregnancies. It is… Continue reading Saint Gianna, A Saint For Mothers
"What are you doing God? Why nothing is making sense in this world?" Then God answers -I believe- but I don't understand... "His ways are not my ways" it's a very popular adage that we tell ourselves as people of faith when nothing makes sense. Meanwhile I continue with my labour: being the mum of… Continue reading What are you doing, God?
The Flower picked A few weeks ago I encountered a situation that required a decision to be made. I decided to find a novena to help my family and I to make the decision, but a quick Google search did not help much. Because of that I posted the request for advice in a Facebook… Continue reading St. Therese’s Flower