We had a little celebration last night in honor of Our Lady. Butter cake and seven minute frosting, lightly tinted blu, and some pink and blue candles. Simple but lovely. We read from Mary, Mother of God by Tomie DePaolo and sang happy birthday. It's the little things that, very often connect children to the faith and […]
I'm leaving for early Mass in a minute but I just had to stop and take a picture of the waning WolF Moon. I'll pray for you all! Have a lovely Friday.
Ryan Christopher Matthew BarrettMay 11, 1995-August 14, 2009 You are so dearly loved and missed. "It is suffering, more than anything else, which clears the way for the grace which transforms human souls." (Blessed Pope John Paull II, Salvifici Doloris)
Sitting at Mass this morning listening to the Gospel I was struck at how appropriate it was for these days here in my village on Long Island. Lindenhurst has made national news in the last few days as being one of the hardest hit communities by Hurricane Sandy and the devastation here has been heartbreaking. […]
"I am facing the final leg of the path of my life and I don't know what's ahead," Benedict said in his homily. "I know though that God's light is there … and that his light is stronger than every darkness." God bless our Holy Father.