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Feb 07 - Homily: St. Colette, Franciscan Reformer

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Fr. George recounts the miraculous life of St. Colette - great reformer of the Poor Clare nuns and patron of expectant mothers and those wishing to conceive. Father reminds us of the contemplatives who have given their lives completely behind closed walls, and whose invaluable prayers are like the yeast of society. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Colette of Corbie - Opt Mem - Form: OF Readings:  1st: hos 2:16, 17, 21-22 Resp: psa 45:11-12, 14-15, 16-17 Gsp: luk 10:38-42 To Download Audio go to


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  1. John T. Moore Jr.
    2 years ago

    Thank You Fr. George on sharing in your homily the beauty of the interior life of St. Colette.
    What a great day for my friend Sr. Colette of the Poor Clares.

    May her entire order be blessed especially on this glorious day.

    Blessed be the Great Mother of God
    Mary Most Holy....



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