The Prayer to St Joseph - Prayer Request and St Joseph Novena
Prayers to St. Joseph, the foster-father of Jesus, date back almost as far as 50 A.D.! Even though he came from King David’s noble ancestry, St. Joseph lived a life of great humility and adoration to his Holy Family as a carpenter. St Joseph and Infant Jesus Matthew’s gospel
Setting up a Home Altar
When we got married, one of the first things Tom insisted on was that we create a home altar. I had seen such things at the homes of a few Catholic families we knew, but never really understood how they were "used," or why they had decided to dedicate a specific area of their house for one. I resisted for a while, not wanting to sacrifice any space in our tiny little duplex towards something that I felt we would never actually use. Tom won out in the end, though, and we set up a little…
Beautiful ! A personal altar area for personal worship of what this person values and wants to affirm in their life - what do you want to affirm - if the church of God is in your life - why not bring the church home to your home?
Bless This Computer Lord Jesus Christ, please bless this
Bless This Computer Lord Jesus Christ, please bless this computer. Please let everything I use it for be for the good of my soul. Please protect it from the attacks of the devil, that nothing I do here and see here will lead me to sin. Please make this computer a holy computer, dedicated to bringing glory and honor to Your name. Please do not allow the time I spend using it take me away from the time I should be spending with You. I ask this from You, who are Lord of all and my All, who…
~Living Room Revisited~
I want to start this post by saying that I was overwhelmed with all the encouragement and support that I received from all your comments on my last White Wednesday post. You don't know how it helped me to realize that the difficult decision I made was for the best and how much doing it had really touched each of you in your way. Thank you from the bottom of my heart and this is really what I enjoy about blogging. I'm still in the process of replying to all your comments as time allows:-) I…
Spiritual Weapons: Holy Water
In her many rituals, the Catholic Church uses elements from creation: oil, ashes, burning incense, and more. Of these elements, water is one of the most common and the most rich in symbolism. Today, I specifically want to discuss Holy Water, which is a powerful spiritual weapon for your arsenal. Origins and Meaning The symbolic […]?