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Fr. Elias on the life of St. Mariana of Jesus de Paredes who lived in the early colonial period in Ecuador and gained great holiness by a sacrificial and charitable life. Father exhorts us to embrace a penance which fits our condition in life and so become holy and help others do the same.

St. Mariana of Jesus de Paredes lived in the early colonial period in Ecuador and gained great holiness by a sacrificial and charitable life.

St. Mariana of Jesus de Paredes lived in the early colonial period in Ecuador and gained great holiness by a sacrificial and charitable life.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

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5/28/2014 (6 months ago)

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Pope Francis: end world hunger through 'Prayer and Action'


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Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for December 2014
Christmas, hope for humanity:
That the birth of the Redeemer may bring peace and hope to all people of good will.
Parents: That parents may be true evangelizers, passing on to their children the precious gift of faith.



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