Changing Direction January Musings

We are half way through the first month of the new year. A New Year Resolution is all about changing direction of how we are doing something right now. For some who made a "New Years Resolution", those valiant efforts may have waned. While others are staying the course for a while longer, with fewer …

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January 2018 Saint of the Month

Patron Saint of all humanity. Also, said to be the patron saint of many professions and places. The Saint of the Month is Mary, the mother of Jesus. Mary has many names and many feast days throughout the year. The first feast day being the first day of the calendar year, ‪January 1.‬ It is fitting that the calendar year, begins with Mary. After all, it is with her preparation, devotion and demonstration of faith that we are Christians today.

Saint Juan Diego December Saint of the Month

Saint Juan Diego (1474-1548) Feast Day December 9 Patron Saint: Indigenous People, Beatified in 1990 and Canonized in 2002 by Pope John Paul II Saint Juan Diego was born in 1474, given the name Cuauhtlatoatzin and is the first indigenous American saint to be canonized. It is important to know, that not all canonized saints …

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October Saint of the Month, Saint Teresa of Avila

Saint Teresa of Avila (1515–1582) Also referred to as St Teresa of Jesus Feast Day: October 15 Patron Saint of: illnesses of the body, headaches, chess, lace makers, loss of parents, people in need of grace, people in religious orders. People ridiculed of their piety, sick people, sickness, Spain, Talisay City, Cebu, Požega and Croatia. …

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