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Feast: Our Lady of the Rosary Comments

‘Do whatever he tells you’ (see Jn 2:1-5). Those were the final words of Our Lady recorded in the New Testament. Continue Reading

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  1. Eddie Fong
    5 years ago

    "Do whatever he tells you" Our Lady told the servers at the wedding in Caena. Since then, our Lord have told us quite a few things. Too bad, a lot of us do just the opposite.
    Lord, help us to hear and follow Your Mother!

  2. Dennis
    5 years ago

    Lets use honey instead of gall. Be visible in your devotion to the rosary. Risk making the sign of the cross in public. Explain how precious God's gift of life is.

    I, too, am opposed to the health care "reform" that pays for human abortions. If we are shrill, then others will just turn down the volume. If we are faithful and strong, goodness will prevail. On God's terms and timetable, not ours.

  3. rafaelmarie
    5 years ago

    PRAY THE HOLY ROSARY AND FAST AGAINST Abortion in OBAMA'S PLAN AND NO ON PUBLIC OPTION!!!

    IF WE DON'T, THEN OBAMA WILL BE ABLE TO FORCE ALL HOSPITALS, DOCTORS AND NURSES TO DO THIS...

    http://www.cbrinfo.org

  4. Fr. Jerome J. Purta, O.S.B.
    5 years ago

    Thank you for the service, especially on today's Feast of the Rosary.
    Fr. Jerome, O.S.B.

  5. Beatrice
    5 years ago

    I really enjoyed Reading this story. About our blessed mother. It so sad to hear that thier so many religions or people,that don't belive in praying to the mother of Jesus.


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