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Miracle Confirmed For Blessed Pope John Paul II

I don’t usualy share other news but this is close to my heart. From Immaculate Heart Radio Vatican doctors confirm miracle in John Paul II’s canonization process Posted on April 23, 2013 by Stephanie Vatican Insider’s Andrea Tornielli reports that … Continue reading

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Blessed Pope John Paul II

Pray for us Blessed Pope John Paul II, that we may all be inflamed with the love through the Holy Spirit, to love one another as He loves us. To pull closer to our Lord in all our times of … Continue reading

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Reflection On Blessed Pope John Paul II

The highlight of Pope John Paul II’s visit to Chicago in October 1979 was a three-hour Mass in Grant Park, attended by an estimated 200,000 people. (Photo courtesy AP / Wide World) I must say sorry for this being so … Continue reading

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Remembering: St. John Paul II With Edith Zierer

I watched a video today that I must share on this day of Remembering The Holocaust.. I am not going to write about this, as I just feel, know in my heart, there is more of a need today, for … Continue reading

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Thank You St. John Paul II

Thank you St. Pope John Paul II, for prayers answered… As I was waking this morning, I couldn’t shake the thought of him, St. Faustina and the abyss of love that has replaced the abyss of misery that was my … Continue reading

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The Message To America From St. John Paul II

“Woe to you if you do not succeed in defending life” – St. John Paul II I hear these words today and shudder at what they bring. From CNS News – January 22, 2015 I remember vividly the August of … Continue reading

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That Moment Of Divine Mercy

October 5, 1979, Chicago’s Grant Park. I was here with (now) St. John Paul II, celebrating Holy Mass. I have spoken about this before in this blog. The other day, it finally dawned on me. The bigger picture. Before arriving … Continue reading

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“Saint Without A Tomb”

Teresa Benedict of the Cross Edith Stein (1891-1942) nun, Discalced Carmelite, martyr   Tomorrow is the feast of Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein). I am very fond of her for many reasons, most of which I can not put … Continue reading

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Communism, Socialism & Our Lady of Mount Carmel

On this beautiful feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, I find myself pondering Communism, Socialism and our beautiful Mothers hand in revealing it all, even today. As I scan social media, the US Summit with Russia fills my news … Continue reading

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The Good News

You can’t simply delete history by trying to destroy it. All you do by trying is add to its lunacy. Repent and proclaim the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ, by LIVING it LIVE the faith. Live in Him … Continue reading

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Holy Thursday 2017

Why are we hated by so many for loving our Lord? Because there are many who refuse to face reality.  So many do not know Him. “There can be no Eucharist without the priesthood, just as there can be no … Continue reading

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Our Lady Of Fatima – 99 Years

Crown of Our Lady of Fatima with the bullet which was shot at Saint Pope John Paul II Thank you Our Lady of Fatima for prayers answered. In light of all the political nonsense we have been dealing with, on … Continue reading

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Destruction Of St. Elijah’s Monastery Of Mosul

U.S. Army, soldiers celebrate Catholic Easter Mass inside St. Elijah’s Monastery in April, 2010 (AP photo) Through all the history of our Catholic faith, physical buildings to worship our Lord, have come and gone. Our faith and our Lord Jesus … Continue reading

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What IS and IS Not New Evangelization

Always look for the fruit… If it is rotten, it will condemn, puff up with self pride and bring with it personal condemnation of ______________________ (misinformation of the day). “Misery loves company”, which freezes us in a position of contempt … Continue reading

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The Death of Secularism

Its not the Catholic Church that has failed in Ireland with the passing of same sex Marriage. She never can. It is secularism that blinked exposing itself for the terminal cancer it has always been and many souls are suffering … Continue reading

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Divine Mercy Saints

Blessed Pope John XXIII, Pray for us Blessed Pope John Paul II, Pray for us Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on us all Amen

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Repent Repent Repent – UPDATE

UPDATE 4/11/2019 at the bottom of this page: Praise, glory and honor to our Lord, Jesus Christ.  I shared my story with two Catholic Priests recently. I don’t like talking about this but I know there is someone who can … Continue reading

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St. Maximilian Kolbe

Saint Maximilian Maria Kolbe, O.F.M. Conv., (Polish: Maksymilian Maria Kolbe; 8 January 1894 – 14 August 1941) was a Polish Conventual Franciscan friar, who volunteered to die in place of a stranger in the Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz, … Continue reading

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Prayer for Life

Prayer for Life by Pope John Paul II O Mary, bright dawn of the new world, Mother of the living, to you do we entrust the cause of life: Look down, O Mother, upon the vast numbers of babies not … Continue reading

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Living Proof All Around

With the release of Pope Francis encyclica, Lumen Fidei, (PDF HERE) today, which he worked with the help of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, the Consecration to St. Michael the Archangel, along with the news of the Beatification of Blessed Pope … Continue reading

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Semper Fi

Always Faithful “And I say to thee: That thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give to thee the keys of the … Continue reading

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Holy Thursday

From the Vatican: A must read! HOMILY OF HIS HOLINESS BENEDICT XVI Saint Peter’s Basilica Holy Thursday, 5 April 2012 Dear Brothers and Sisters, At this Holy Mass our thoughts go back to that moment when, through prayer and the … Continue reading

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The Erosion Of Religious Freedom In The United States

Pope Benedict XVI issued a solemn warning about the erosion of religious freedom in the United States, in a January 19 address to visiting American bishops. The Holy Father told the American prelates, who were making their ad limina visits, … Continue reading

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Monday Night Vespers

For the past few weeks, every Monday night, I have been blessed to be a part of singing Vespers and Compline (Night Prayer) in my parish, with the Brothers of the Little Oratory. Granted, I have not been blessed with … Continue reading

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The Reign Of Christ The King

Oh my LORD! Oh my King Jesus Christ; for I know your return is soon… I picked up a book a few months ago, but in packing it up, and unpacking, rediscovered it and read it at Adoration this morning. … Continue reading

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Perpetual Adoration Of The Blessed Sacrament

“Could you men not keep watch with me for one hour?” he asked Peter.” Matthew 26:40 Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life; he who comes to me shall not hunger, and he who believes in me … Continue reading

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Realizing the Seriousness of Sin

I couldn’t agree more! Realizing the Seriousness of Sin – Archbishop Timothy Dolan Snip from the full story: “We need to be shocked by our sins, as the Holy Father says, and also be shocked that Jesus keeps us in … Continue reading

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Lent

I often ponder “Repentance”. In my heart, I can see its effects, not as a way I hope to be, but as a way I should be right now. Rend Your Heart Joel 2:12-13 12 “Even now,” declares the LORD, … Continue reading

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Injustice Of Divorced And Remarried Receiving Holy Communion

  Pondering souls being granted full communion after Divorce and remarriage outside of the Church. SEE: Top Vatican Cardinal: Not Even A Pope Can Change Divine Law on Communion Personal thoughts and ponderings as I have been here. See: Cohabitation … Continue reading

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Unveiling The Painting

Our Lady of Consolation (Carey, Ohio), Divine Mercy shrine When I first started this blog, Peg Pondering Again, “Trying To Paint A Picture Of Christ” was a mission in my heart. I didn’t know how it would look. I didn’t … Continue reading

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