Bring The World to the Eucharist

Martyrdom, a word of the past, or a reality of the present?

“The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church.”

Steve Seguin

Video Missionary in USA

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This ancient path of many early Christian is deeply rooted in the history of the Catholic Church. From the beginning, Saints have laid down their lives for their faith. But has ‘Irish Steve’ found another martyr in the 21st century? For this it is the Holy Spirit’s task to decide, but Steve has encountered a story from a man that will make one think twice about what it means to be Catholic in the third millenium.

As human beings, we partake of this world in a lineage of a fallen human race. Tragedy strikes daily around the world for the Catholic faithful, even in Ireland. God willing, these old wounds between Catholics and Protestants will heal completely. And perhaps a story here, and a story there, will silence the killings in Ireland. Let us unite our prayers with our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, who has become a strong voice for Christian unity during his pontificate. Share your prayer below in the comment section and we will unite our prayers for the future of Christianity in the 21st century.


Steve continues to make great strides for the Catholic faith in Ireland. Our team believes that it is story like these that will change hearts toward a deeper conversion to Christ and His Catholic Church. May we all unite our prayers for Steve as he continues to make a difference on the ‘digital continent.’ Irish Steve has picked up and answered with a faithful yes to the call of Pope Benedict XVI.

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Readings for 13th December 2012
First: Zephaniah 3:1-2, 9-13
Responsorial: Psalm 34:2-3, 6-7, 17-18, 19 And 23
Gospel: Matthew 21:28-32
Memorial of Saint Lucy, virgin and martyr

Rosary: Sorrowful Mysteries
1. The Agony in the Garden
2. The Scourging at the Pillar
3. The Crowning of Thorns
4. The Way of the Cross
5. The Crucifixion and Death

  • Molly Brown

    I just listened to the Irish man at the kitchen table tell his story about growing up and how close he grew to his father in the last 6 months of his life.  It was a deeply moving, powerful witness about the power of the Eucharist and how it draws us to the truth of Jesus.  I want to thank him for sharing his story with us.

  • John Roche

    This was  an inspiring testimony by the man at the kitchen table. The troubles in the North of Ireland were horrific and left many emotional and spiritual scars on both Catholics and Protestants. In this particular family, the faith-filled prayers of a praying mother brought great healing to her children and grandchildren. This hard man has become a mature man through searching for and surrending his life to Jesus Christ. thanks for sharing your story.

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  • Maninthekitchen

    Thankyou for your kind words and support!

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