All for God and for His Glory. In whatever you do, think of the Glory of God as your main goal. - St. John Bosco
The Rosary is the most beautiful and the most rich in graces of all prayers; it is the prayer that touches most the Heart of the Mother of God. - St. Pius X
No one, however weak, is denied a share in the victory of the cross. No one is beyond the help of the prayer of Christ.' - St. Leo the Great
The greatest love story of all time is contained in a tiny white host. - Archbishop Fulton Sheen Happy feast of St. Valentine, priest and martyr - patron of beekeepers, engaged couples, happy marriage and love.
The Eucharist, behold the Christian's treasure, his delight on earth. Since Jesus is in the Eucharist for him personally, his whole life ought to be drawn to it like a magnet to its center. - St. Peter Julian Eymard
O Lord, graciously accept the sacrifice we offer You. Through the prayers of Your saints inflame us with love for the sorrowing Virgin Mother of Your Son and let us serve You in freedom of spirit. Through the same Jesus Christ, our Lord Secret prayer in the 1962 Missal for February 12, the traditional feast of the Seven Founders of the Servite Order.
Pray for sinners. - Our Lady to St. Bernadette Today is the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes who first appeared to St. Bernadette on February 11, 1858. The message of Our Lady to us all was a call to personal conversion, prayer and charity. Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for us!
Let us go on until morning talking about the delights of the spiritual life. ~Saint Scholastica to her twin brother Saint Benedict of Nursia February 10 is the feast of St. Scholastica St. Scholastica was the twin of St. Benedict and she founded a woman's religious community near his monastery in Monte Casino. They would meet once a year to discuss spiritual matters. Their last day together was spend in prayer and conversation. St. Scholastica sensed her death was close at hand and asked St. Benedict to stay with her until the next day. St. Benedict refused the request and St. Scholastica asked God to cause her brother stay. A severe storm then broke out, preventing St. Benedict from leaving, he then said, “God forgive you, Sister. What have you done?” St. Scholastica replied, “I asked a favor of you and you refused. I asked it of God and he granted it.” Brother and sister parted the next morning after their long discussion. Three days later, St. Scholastica died. St. Scholastica - Pray for us!
“I have been amazed that some are utterly in doubt as to whether or not the Holy Virgin is able to be called the Mother of God. For if our Lord Jesus Christ is God, how should the Holy Virgin who bore him not be the Mother of God?” — St. Cyril of Alexandria. February 9 is the traditional feast of St. Cyril of Alexandria in the 1962 Missal.