Our Lady of Guadalupe

Daily Catholic Quote from Our Lady of Guadalupe

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“Let not your heart be disturbed… Am I not here, who is your Mother? Are you not under my protection? Am I not your health? Are you not happily within my fold? What else do you wish? Do not grieve nor be disturbed by anything.” (Our Lady of Guadalupe to Juan Diego) Please help us in our mission to assist […]

The Pro-Life Message of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Advent

December 12 marks the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the unborn and the Americas. It is fitting that her feast falls squarely during the observance of Advent.  Mary appeared as a pregnant woman to Juan Diego, an Aztec man, in Mexico in the year 1531.  The Aztec civilization had a long history of human sacrifice, including at […]

Daily Quote from Blessed John Paul II, Prayer to St. Juan Diego

“Blessed Juan Diego, a good, Christian Indian, whom simple people have always considered a saint! We ask you to accompany the Church on her pilgrimage in Mexico, so that she may be more evangelizing and more missionary each day. Encourage the Bishops, support the priests, inspire new and holy vocations, help all those who give their lives to the cause […]

The Limits of Science

In the 2008 motion picture, My Zinc Bed, a tough, no-nonsense internet entrepreneur, played by Jonathan Pryce, recites a litany of notions that he feels no intelligent person could possibly believe.  Included in his litany is the “virgin birth”.  The character to whom he delivers his allocution, a recovering alcoholic, makes no response.  His silence seems to imply consent. It […]