Nightly Rosary Keeps Us Together

Posted on January 6th, by in Families, Mary, Topics. 1 Comment

The hustle, what’s it like in your ? Here is a question to ponder for the beginning of 2012? How many extracurricular activities do your kids participate in on average every week? Share your thoughts below, because your ideas connect directly with today’s story once again from the Emerald Isle.

Today’s Story

What would be interesting for the other hundreds of Catholics who will watch today’s story is to lay out your daily schedule from morning to night, especially if you’re a . How does your day start? What do you do in the middle of the day? And is there a routine at the end of the day when it is time to rest in God’s presence? These questions, especially for young Catholic families, are critical for the spiritual and physical health of a unit. This young Irish has a tradition of praying together as one, for the intercession of , through the ancient Catholic prayer known as the . Our team believes that body language can go a long way for understanding one’s current emotional state. Most certainly, this ’s body language is one of joy, purpose, charity, and excitement to be Catholic!


Irish Steve is taking a break from the biking pilgrimage around . He has gone on retreat in order to rest, pray, and reflect on the pilgrimage to date. He has undertaken a huge project here, let us all unite our prayers for Steve during his retreat. He’ll be back!

Pope Benedict XVI’s YouTube channel is the focus of today’s connect section of this post. That is the goal, to connect to the Church beyond our normal sphere of influence. God’s blessings to you all on this fine Saturday.

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Yesterday’s Story

Readings for 7 January 2012
First: 1 John 5:14-21
Responsorial: Psalm 149:1-2, 3-4, 5
Gospel: John 2:1-11
Christmas Weekday

: Joyful Mysteries
1. Annunciation
2. Visitation
3. Nativity
4. Presentation
5. Finding Jesus in the Temple

  • Dbarto667

    Islam has a wonderful daily ritual when they prostrate themseves on their knees and give glory to God for all He has given us.I hope someday  all Catholics will do the same.It is a wonderfull  exercise as well for all persons ,no matter their age,especially those in the later years of life.Please note in this election year,it is time for an Italo-American with a wonderful Catholic family to be the next President of the United States???!!!

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