"Everyone who belongs to the Truth hears my voice…" (John 18:37)

Tag: Fatima

First Saturdays – Devotion to Mary

“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 ›

“Have you seen her?” Apparitions of Mary – Part I

The convent of the Daughters of Charity at Rue du Bac, 140 in Paris was darkened the night of July 18th, 1830, when suddenly one of the postulants was awakened by a child’s voice. “Sister, Sister, Sister Catherine!” the voice called. The young woman sat up, rubbed her eyes, and pushed aside the net curtain… Read More ›

Muslims and the Blessed Virgin Mary

While flipping through a book recently, I came across a chapter entitled, ‘Mary and the Moslems.’ As you can imagine, it caught my attention right away. The book, written in 1952 by the Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen, delves not only into various aspects of Mary’s life and the doctrines associated with her, but also examines… Read More ›

“Mommy – is Mary in the Coffee?”- Talk by Fr. Jerome

In Honour of Our Lady of Fatima “What’s the purpose of coffee? We use it to kick start the day – we take it into us so that everything about it, from its aroma, taste, and caffeine can awaken our physical senses to the world around us. Likewise, if we desire to have our SPIRITUAL SENSES… Read More ›

Believe It or Not!

The Miraculous Power of the Rosary (Our Lady of the Rosary – October 7th) On August 6, 1945, Fr. Hubert Schiffer began his day with Mass in the Church of Our Lady’s Assumption. When he finished, he headed to the nearby rectory for breakfast.  He had just sat down to slice his grapefruit when there… Read More ›