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Jul 06 - Homily: Horror Turned Beautiful By Grace

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God's grace can turn a most horrible event into something beautiful, like the attack on St. Maria Goretti by Alessandro Serenelli, a young man filled with lust. Serenelli later became a laybrother of the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, living in a friary and working as its porter and gardener until death peacefully in 1970. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Maria Goretti - Opt Mem - Form: OF Readings: Friday 13th Week of Ordinary Time 1st: amo 8:4-6, 9-12 Resp: psa 119:2, 10, 20, 30, 40, 131 Gsp: mat 9:9-13 To Download Audio go to


Alessandro Serenelli Horror Lust Rape Sin St. Maria Goretti

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  1. Di
    3 years ago

    I am a Catholic and I would like to know if anyone else would like our priests preach Catechesis instead of telling us what we can read. I would love to see them put the Teachings of the Faith in the Homilies and how the Gospel was the basis for Dogma. I think it is very much needed.
    God Bless All priests please pray for them to bring the Faith out of the dark and back into the light.

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