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Saint Peregrine

Peregrine Laziosi was born of a wealthy family at Forli, Italy, in the year 1260. A¬†man of violence and anger when he was young, he turned away from his former way of life and entered the Order of Friar Servants of Mary (Servites) and gave himself to the service of the sick and needy. One of Peregrine‚Äôs slogans as a Servite may well have been: ‚ÄúBetter today than yesterday, better tomorrow than today!‚ÄĚ Daily he sought to become a more fervent religious man. To atone for past misdeeds he treated himself harshly and worked hard for the poor and afflicted....

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Prayer of Reparation to the Holy Face of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Carmelite nun, Sr. Marie of St. Peter, received a series of revelations from Our Lord about a powerful devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus, He wished to be established worldwide. The Holy Face of Jesus is a miraculously-formed representation of the face of Jesus Christ. The image obtained from the Shroud of Turin. Prayers of devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus are a special way to honour our Lord Jesus and make reparation for all the Blasphemies committed throughout the world.   Prayer of Reparation to the Holy Face of Our Lord Jesus Christ to God the Father...

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Saint Raphael the Archangel Prayer

Saint Raphael is one of the three Archangels of God ("Gods Doctor") , along with Saint Michael (Who is like God?") and Gabriel ("God's Power"). Saint Raphael the Archangel mission was to bring healing. Saint Raphael is the patron saint of healing. He is among the closest angels to the Throne of God. The Old Testament book of Tobit tells the story of how Saint Raphael the Archangel travelled with Tobias on his journey to Media. He served as his guardian angel, protecting him on the dangerous journey, healing his father Tobit from blindness and introducing him to his wife...

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Mysteries of the Holy Rosary

There were originally three sets of mysteries: The Joyful Mysteries, The Sorrowful Mysteries, and The Glorious Mysteries. On October 16, 2002, almost 600 years after the original Mysteries of the rosary were established, Pope John Paul II proposed adding a new set of mysteries called The Luminous Mysteries (the Mysteries of Light).   The 4 Mysteries of the Rosary The JOYFUL Mysteries The Annunciation (Humility) The Visitation (Love of Neighbour) The Birth of Jesus (Poverty) The Presentation of Jesus (Obedience) The Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple (Joy in Finding Jesus) The GLORIOUS Mysteries The Resurrection (Faith) The Ascension (Hope) The Descent of...

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Daily Indulgences

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The Lord gives us a great opportunity to benefit from the Great Gift of Indulgences. We are given the chance to receive Plenary or Partial Indulgences everyday! We can offer up this Indulgence for oneself or for the souls of the deceased.  (those in Purgatory)     GENERAL REMARKS ON INDULGENCES 1. This is how an indulgence is defined in the Code of Canon Law (can. 992) and in the Catechism of the Catholic Church (n. 1471): "An indulgence is a remission before God of the temporal punishment due to sins whose guilt has already been forgiven, which the faithful Christian who is duly disposed...

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