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July 2015

Visitation Monastery Employee: A Gift of Life

The deep faith and trust in God that we could all have was profoundly demonstrated by our dear Brooklyn Monastery employee, Zaida, when on July 2, 2015, she gave one of her kidneys to her husband to save his life. Meet Zaida, Jose and their teenagers in this blessed interview on our Diocesan Net TV. […]

Sun Chat Aug 1: Mercy and Forgiveness

The Lord’s Capacity to Forgive is Infinitely Greater Than Our Ability to Sin       On Sunday we will chat about mercy and forgiveness His Eminence Donald Cardinal Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, D.C., released a pastoral letter on Pentecost Sunday (May 24, 2015) entitled “Being Catholic Today: Catholic Identity in an Age of Challenge.” […]

August Reflections of the Guard of Honor

Guarding Our Thoughts At the heart of summer, contrary to the spirit of the world that suggests relaxing the body and mind, the foundress of the Guard of Honor, Sister Mary of the Sacred Heart Bernaud invites us to ” focus ” on the essential of our lives! After all, this summer that allows us […]