St. Peter’s 100 Year Fatima Anniversary Conference 2nd Conference “The Angel of Peace and The White Lady” PDF Version “The School of Mary: The Apparitions of the Angel of Peace and The White Lady” – Fatima Talk 2 by Fr. Jerome from Fr. Jerome Lavigne on Vimeo.
St. Peter’s 100 Year Fatima Anniversary Conference 1st Conference “The School of Mary – Who is this Woman?” PDF Version “The School of Mary: Who is This Woman?” – Fatima Talk by Fr. Jerome from Fr. Jerome Lavigne on Vimeo.
“Whether the world has war or peace depends on the practice of this devotion, along with the consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. This is why I desire its propagation so ardently, especially because this is also the will of our dear Mother in Heaven.” – St. Lúcia of Fátima (March 19, 1939) The… Read More ›
February 2nd falls 40 days after Christmas, the celebration of the birth of Jesus. It is a significant date in the Catholic Church for two reasons. First, it was the day on which the purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary took place. Second, it is also the day on which Mary and Joseph brought Jesus… Read More ›
“Hail, Holy Queen, Mother of mercy, our life, our sweetness, and our hope…” It’s often been said that Mary’s work in heaven is to pray for sinners – that mercy is her “department.”1 There’s no doubt that we’ve got a powerful ally in our Heavenly Mother, an advocate who is always ready to… Read More ›
“Mother, nothing without you, nothing without us.” – Fr. Joseph Kentenich St. Bernard’s Parish is tucked away beneath the shadow of the Calgary Foothills Hospital, not far from the banks of the Bow River. It’s a small parish, and its unpretentious exterior gives no hint that within its walls lies a hidden treasure. For upon… Read More ›
The streets of Buenos Aires bear witness to the fact that, for many people, Eva Perón – “Evita” – was, and always will be, the First Lady of Argentina. As one of the most influential women in all of South American history, Eva used her position as the wife of Argentinian President, Juan Perón, to… Read More ›
“Ask the one who we should all ask!” The Battle of Leipzig, which took place in Germany from October 16th to 18th, 1813, was the largest of the Napoleonic Wars.1 It was a decisive battle in which Austria, Prussia, Russia, and Sweden joined together to defeat the French Emperor, Napoleon. Polish troops fought alongside the… Read More ›
The tiny town of Genazzano is perched on the southern slopes of the Prenestini Mountains, overlooking the Sacco River Valley. Located just thirty miles southeast of Rome, it was at one time a celebrated shrine of Venus and a favourite vacation retreat of the ancient Romans. But with the fall of the Roman Empire, the… Read More ›
One of the hardest things to wrap our heads around as Christians is the nature of Jesus – fully human, yet fully divine. Like the Virgin Mary we often ponder: How can this be? Not that we doubt it’s possible, because God is God and we know that nothing is impossible for Him.1But our explanations… Read More ›