your eyes open!...
BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: http://www.oneyearbibleonline.com/october.asp?version=63&startmmdd=0101
October 22, 2014
(Luk 12:42-44) And
the Lord said: Who thinkest thou is the faithful and wise steward, whom
his lord setteth over his family, to give them their measure of wheat
in due season? Blessed is that servant whom, when his lord shall come,
he shall find so doing. Verily I say to you, he will set him over all
that he possesseth.
“Today we celebrate the liturgical memorial of St. John Paul II, who
invited everyone to open their doors to Christ. In his first visit to
your homeland he invoked the Holy Spirit to come down to renew the land
of Poland; he reminded the remembered the mystery of Divine mercy. His
spiritual heritage is not forgotten, but urges us to reflection and
concrete act for the good of the Church, the family and society.
Praised be Jesus Christ.”
ALETEIA: Video Celebrating the First Feast Day of Saint John Paul II
VATICAN RADIO: Universal Church marks first feast day of St. John Paul II
The Universal Church is marking the first liturgical feast day of Saint
John Paul II, Tuesday October 22. Poland’s greatest son led the Church
from 16 October 1978 until his death on 2 April 2005. He was canonized
along with Pope John 23rd earlier this year by Pope Francis. Prayer was
the pillar that supported him throughout his life and pontificate.
Veronica Scarisbrick takes a look back at the prayer life of this new
In the footsteps of St. John Paul II- Through new exhibit, viewers can
make a pilgrimage of faith through life of St. John Paul II
The most powerful and unforgettable museum exhibits transport you to
another time, another place, and through personal artifacts or works of
art, through images and sound, give you a glimpse of the heart and soul
of an artist or of a person who made history.
The new permanent exhibit at the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in
Washington, “A Gift of Love: The Life of Saint John Paul II,” does just
that. From an opening film viewed on a panoramic screen that introduces
the viewer to the life of St. John Paul II, to a closing film on his
death and legacy, one feels transported as if on a pilgrimage with the
pope on his journey that circled the globe and ultimately led him to
“the house of the Father,” to heaven, the destination he sought for the
worldwide flock he served.
The exhibit has been in the making since the Knights of Columbus took
ownership of the facility three years ago to create a shrine dedicated
to John Paul II and his contributions to the Church and the world, and
the display opened on Oct. 22, the first feast day of St. John Paul II,
who was canonized by Pope Francis this past April 27.
The masterful 16,000 square foot, multimedia exhibit on St. John Paul
II was designed by Gallagher & Associates, the firm that also
designed the Sant Ocean Hall at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of
Natural History, the visitor’s center at the Gettysburg National Park,
and the presidential libraries of Lyndon Johnson, Jimmy Carter and
Virtual Tour: http://www.jp2shrine.org/jp/en/virtualtour/index.html
ZENIT.ORG: The Unknown Relic of St. John Paul II- Convent Enshrines Vest Worn By Pontiff During Assassination Attempt in 1981
Desert Fathers: sayings of the Early Christian Monks: Discretion
89. A hermit said, 'We are not condemned if bad thoughts enter our
minds, but only if we use them badly. Because of our thoughts we may
suffer shipwreck, but because of our thoughts we may also earn a crown.'
Send an email to: PrayerRequest3@aol.com
month's archive can be
found at: http://www.catholicprophecy.info/news2.html.