You said “Yes!” and now the world
Has cause for joyous celebration
You said “Yes!” and so humanity
Is the recipient of God’s salvation.
The Angel Of The Lord, to you appeared
As the bearer of Almighty God’s Grace
You said “Yes!” and gave the Son
Of God to the human race.
You said “Yes!” without a . . . → Read More: You Said “Yes!”
By: Sandra Galeotti
I cannot help being myself, even when it is embarrassing. As a child, I was a complex individual, but aunts, uncles, grand parents, parents (and pets) have always been the target of unexpected kisses and hugs around the dinner table, or while reading aloud some chapter of a book of my choice, or just passing . . . → Read More: The Inner Child – Oct. 12, Children’s Day in Brazil
It’s only the very strong
That can WITHSTAND repaying wrong with wrong.
There is only one human I know of,
Who besides the Saviour, this ability did show of.
In my teenage years, I had the impression
The strength of a woman was in her aggression.
Newton’s Third Law, I applied in my life exactly,
To every action I reacted sharply.
At . . . → Read More: Amazing Strength – Our Lady
Apparently, genuinely harmonious relationships between siblings or between children and parents are not a common feature in families, even in those families which are not dysfunctional by definition. Why is it so? The modern explanation is that we work too much, have a tight daily agenda and stressful life styles, always under all sorts of . . . → Read More: Family Dynamics & Quality Relationships
I’m pretty sure that most of us pass through life completely misguided about what love can possibly be. Literature and dramaturgy have misled us into believing that love is a sort of blind, irresistible force of attraction between two individuals that, more often than not, leads to tragedy, disappointment and pain, with a few cases . . . → Read More: What is Love?
In 1968 in Egypt, Our Lady, Mary Mother of God, appeared in Zeitoun, a suburb of Cairo, Egypt, atop St. Mary’s Coptic Church. This church is dedicated to the Holy Family, which by tradition is known as the place where the Holy Family rested on their escape from King Herod.
The Coptic Church celebrates 32 feast days . . . → Read More: Our Lady of Light: Apparitions of Mary at Zeitoun, Egypt
Be it applied or theo-reti-cal
The physical, the biological and the chemical
All disciplines of science give full evidence
Unmatched in magnificence, is God’s intelligence
Research on the hosts of plants and animals
Uni-celled micro-organisms to complex celled mammals
These studies by biological scientists world-wide endorse
Such attention to detail while creating can only be God’s.
Astronomy, the study of the universe, . . . → Read More: God Is Fact
In 1531 in Mexico, when the land was still under the bloody influence of the Aztecs who practiced human sacrifice at the tune of 50,000 lives every year and on those special occasions when they dedicated a new temple, the human sacrifice was about 80,000 people offered to the serpent god, Our Lady appeared to a . . . → Read More: Our Lady of Guadalupe
On May 13, 1917, a beautiful Lady who said she came from Heaven, appeared to three shepherd children, Jacinta, Francisco, and Lucia in Fatima, Portugal. This was during WWI, and it was the first of six apparitions which took place always on the same day of the six consecutive months.
The children had been visited three times . . . → Read More: The Story of Fatima
The miraculous medal or the Medal of the Immaculate Conception was designed by Our Holy Mother. It is no surprise then, it obtains such graces to those who wear it with faith and implore her help.
The first apparition began on the night of July 18-19, 1830. A child (her guardian angel?) awakened Sister Catherine Labouré, . . . → Read More: Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal