“When I was in college, I asked a friend how to grow in my prayer life. She replied, “Ask the saints to help you. When I was growing in my prayer life, St. Therese started stalking me.”
“Excuse me, what?!” I replied in confusion.“You just said St. Therese was stalking you! Are you crazy?!”
She didn't mean St. Therese physically stalked her-- although that would be incredible or creepy, depending on how you look at it. Rather, St. Therese just kept coming up in conversation and appearing in the most random places in quotes or images. But there was a reason for this-- St. Therese was helping her to grow in her intimacy with Jesus.” // Kaylee
Have you ever been “stalked” by a Saint? Sounds like an insanely crazy idea, doesn’t it?!
The Catholic faith uses medals to venerate major figures, places, and events in the history of Catholicism, as well as a form of holy protection. Some of these figures are saints who have played a notable role within the religion. Each medal has a specific meaning or purpose related to each saint.
The Father of Lies attempts to identify the slogan ‘Make America Great Again’ with hate which brings death because, in reality, it is the exact opposite; it is intimately associated with Love that brings Life. The Enemy roams about the world seeking the destruction of Life because the Life in the womb is the very Image of God who is Love.
This past weekend my family and I went to Disney World. We live 2-3 hours away and are fortunate to go about twice a year. Every time we’ve gone for the last 2 years, we have tried to get fast passes for the Avatar Pandora ride, and every time we have failed. (For those who don’t know a fast pass lets you skip to the front of the line, everyone gets 3.)