March 17, 2021 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 2 comments
The devil uses every means in his power to snatch from Our Lord the inheritance won by His Holy Cross; and he is incessantly seeking to rob this Good Shepherd of the sheep purchased at so great a price. To prevent this ravenous wolf from approaching the sheepfold, Jesus desired, as He made me understand, that I should proclaim to all, that His sheep were marked with his Holy Name, and carried about them the Gospel announcing to all nations that the Word Incarnate was named Jesus.
March 11, 2021 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 13 comments
“My Name is everywhere blasphemed! There are even children who blaspheme!” Our Lord said, as well, that only Reparation could disarm the Justice of God because the guilt of men had provoked His anger.
March 01, 2021 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp
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February 08, 2021 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 1 comment
February 01, 2021 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp
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January 18, 2021 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 4 comments
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December 28, 2020 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 9 comments
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November 27, 2020 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp
First Thanksgiving – St. Augustine, Florida September 8, 1565
"St. Augustine, Florida is the site of the first REAL Thanksgiving that was actually 55 years before the Thanksgiving at Plymouth - the basis of our traditional Thanksgiving. The Thanksgiving at St Augustine took place on September 8th, 1565 (Nativity of Our Lady). On that date, Fr Francisco Lopez de Mendoza Grajales planted a cross in the sand and celebrated the first parish Mass. Afterward, a meal of thanksgiving was enjoyed by the Spanish settlers and Tumucuan Indians together.
November 17, 2020 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 3 comments
"I must confess that I have sometimes complained to Him for His not making use of men of learning and authority who, by their prestige, could much advance His cause. I think He gave me to understand that He does not need human power for that. The devotion... will be built up only by the poor and contemptible, and amidst contradictions, so that no one will attribute anything to human achievement. Despite all opposition and contradiction..." St. Margaret Mary Alacoque to her former Mother Superior in October, 1689
October 27, 2020 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp
Statesman, yet friend to truth! Of soul sincere,
faithful, and in honor clear;
Who broke no promise, served no private end,
Who gained no title, and who lost no friend:
Ennobled by himself, by God approved,
Praised, wept and honored, by the Land he loved.
October 19, 2020 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 1 comment
'God’s Justice would use as the instrument of punishment, not the elements, but the ‘malice of revolutionary men—that is the Communists.’
October 16, 2020 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 1 comment
Domine. A Prayer in Tribulation.
Unto the end, a psalm for David. How long, O Lord, wilt thou forget me unto the end? how long dost thou turn away thy face from me? How long shall I take counsels in my soul, sorrow in my heart all the day? How long shall my enemy be exalted over me?
September 29, 2020 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 2 comments
"Behold there is no help for me in myself, and my familiar friends also are departed from me."
September 23, 2020 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp
September 13, 2020 bypor Kathleen Heckenkamp | 4 comments