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Mar 12 - Homily: Intercede For the Cardinals

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As the Conclave begins today, Fr. Dominic encourages us to intercede, like Moses, for the cardinals to elect a good and holy pope, for the salvation of our souls, and the needs of the whole world. Adopt a cardinal to pray for at adoptacardinal.org. Ave Maria! Mass: Monday of the Third Week in Lent - Mass: EF, In Deo Laudabo Commemoration: St. Gregory the Great, Pope, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church Readings:  To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=34146


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  1. Otto Monsanto
    1 year ago

    This March 25th, it is interesting to me.
    That day starts a Novena to Father Corapi, whom I admire a lot. It ends on the Anniversary of the death of our great Pope John Paul II.
    It is hard for me to get across the point I'm trying to make, but with the conclave happening, and the homily whereby Father Corapi exersizes his wisdom about what I should do regarding my situation, (hint), " forgive him I tell you, three times, forgive him, forgive him, forgive him."
    The Catholic faith is the greatest thing one could have. Please see YouTube.com =
    and find Pope John Paul II, Dec. 12th, 1998.

    Sincerely,

    Otto Monsanto & Family

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