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Official Prayer to St. John Paul II

St. John Paul II

Until this morning I didn't know that there was an official prayer to St. John Paul II.   What intercessions would you ask St. John Paul for?    Official Vatican Prayer to Saint John Paul II   Oh, Saint John Paul, from the window of heaven, grant us your blessing! Bless the church that you loved and served and guided, courageously …

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Win a copy of The Rosary of Our Lady

If you already pray the Rosary, these pages will help you pray it with new understanding and fervor; if you don't pray the Rosary, you'll discover why you should - and how to start today. Win a free copy!

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Don’t Worry – A Tiber River Review

Worrier's Guide to the Bible

A Worrier's Guide to the Bible: 50 Verses to Ease Anxieties written by Gary Zimak is a book for all of us since despite what Scripture teaches, many of us still fall into worry over past events, the present and most especially the future.

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Cardinal Kaspar – African cardinals to the back of the bus

Cardinal Kaspar thinks Africans should go to the back of the bus

UPDATE: Cardinal Kaspar denies giving the interview or ever saying anything like what was reported. UPDATE2: Edward Pentin, the reporter who posted the interview has posted the audio of the interview. This is getting interesting. Cardinal Kaspar has been the lightening rod when it comes to the Synod on the Family, starting with his initial interview where he suggested changing Church …

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The Power of the Sacraments – A Tiber River Review

Swear to God

Swear to God was one of the first books I read as a Catholic. I was either going through the Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) or had just been initiated in the Church. I also audiobooked it from Audible. At the time, I didn't grasp the book fully, maybe because I couldn't see the words in front of me, but I did appreciate it. I have since decided to re-read it, a decade later and see how much more it speaks to me today.

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