Monthly Archives: April 2011

St. Catherine Labouré of the Miraculous Medal by Joseph Dirvin (Book Review)

Miracles in the Rue du Bac, Paris: The story of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal and Saint Catherine Labouré beautifully told by Joseph Dirvin

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Easter in England: The Anglican Ordinariate and Catholic Tradition

A Catholic convert and former Anglican looks at the Easter advent of the new Ordinariate as a historic moment for England – and for tradition.

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Looking Back a Second Year …

Looking back over the last year of Cor Jesu Sacratissimum …

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Googled

What is it to be googled? It is to be re-directed from the Sacred to the Profane.

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Robbed

Your culture told you what aspirin was …

Your culture told you what heroin was … Your culture told you what psychotherapy was … Your culture told you of countless different ways to address suffering: some good, some not-so-good …

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In the Day to Day Struggle …

Frequent reception of the Sacraments as the doorway to His Sacred Heart.

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St. John Bosco by F.A. Forbes (Book Review)

A small review of a beautiful book by F.A. Forbes on a beautiful Saint – St. John Bosco

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Symbols and Imagery in the Sacred Heart Devotion Part 2: St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

We have remarked last time that from the beginning of the modern era, following the Renaissance and Reformation, the Catholic countries across the world began to be awash in images of His Sacred Heart – in churches, monasteries, schools and private homes. The call even went forth to place it on the flags of whole […]

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