Why the Feast of the Circumcision Is So Special

January 1 is the feast of the Circumcision of Our Lord Jesus Christ. In this regard, the Gospel says: “And after eight days were accomplished, that the child should be circumcised, his name was called JESUS, which was called by the … Continue reading

Our Lady’s Thoughts on Christmas Day

As Christmas approaches, let us make some considerations about this great feast. What were Our Lady’s thoughts on Christmas Day? What did Christmas represent for Our Lady? We must consider that Our Lady carried Our Lord within herself as in … Continue reading

Who Painted the First Picture of Our Lady?

Let us read a short biographical sketch about Saint Luke that will give us elements to comment on his life and works. Luke was born in Antioch to a pagan family. He undoubtedly converted in the year 40. Having met … Continue reading

Nationalism and Patriotism

At first glance, nationalism and patriotism seem synonymous. However, the concepts are two poles, two extremes, two irreconcilably antagonistic ideas. Patriotism expresses a sense of fidelity to a people and especially to its traditional authority. It is a virtue close … Continue reading

Lessons From Our Lady of the Good Encounter

The apparitions of Our Lady to a poor shepherdess, Benoîte Rencurel (1664-1718) in Laus, France are special. They involve the simplicity of a young woman and the attitude of Our Lady regarding virtue. At a young age, Benoîte already showed … Continue reading

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