“…I, faithful sinner, renew and ratified today in my hands, the vows of my Baptism. I renounce for ever Satan, his pomp’s and words, and I give myself entirely to Jesus Christ, the Incarnate Wisdom, to carry my cross after Him, all the days of my life and to be more faithful to Him than I’ve ever been before…”
“…What’s the big lie today? The big lie today is to think that I can be good apart from Christ… And the big true is that Christ Jesus is our Savior and the signature is ‘Jesus I trust in you’…”
“..Today God is saying He didn’t only come for the simple, the uneducated, He also came for the wealthy, the educated, as long as our education doesn’t become an impediment to the humility of worship and the obedience of Faith….”
“….She is the Mother of God. Jesus is God, Mary is the Mother of Jesus, therefore, Mary is the Mother of God, simple. It is a title we should not be afraid of using…”
“…We also say she is a Perpetual Mother and that she didn’t just bear one child, she bore the whole Church. At the foot of the Cross, Mary brought forth the Church…Mary Mother of God, pray for us sinners….”
Two quick, but important, notes:
– For the January 5th blessing: You’re welcome to bring water containers, no smaller than 1/2 gallon please, and salt for your personal use.
– For the January 6th blessing: Bring a piece of chalk to be blessed, we will provide the handout with the prayers for the house blessing.
“…For your families I got two good hobbies, one with education side; just learn Latin, as a family, you’ll have a lot of fun doing it as a family…the second hobby: you don’t have to do it but If I was a young guy and had a bunch of kids, boys and girls, there’ll be a lot of target shooting on Sundays …”
“…When the husbands become the true sacrificial head of their family and the wives the sacrificial heart, the entire family will experience that wonderful peace that St. Paul speaks of today and the joy, even the joy of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph…”
“…Among the best ways for us to experience and grow in the joy of Christmas is to sing and to listen to the great treasury of Christmas hymns and carols…”
“…The effects of Christ’s Incarnation did not end when He went back to the Father. He is still here, He is in His Church through the sacraments, through His Word proclaimed, through the graces poured out. This is what’s supposed to give us a truly deeply Merry Christmas….”