Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Gregorian Chant ~ Christus Vincit, Christus Regnat, Christus Imperat

Medieval Gregorian Chant.
 Title: Christus Vincit, Christus Regnat, Christus Imperat

Clueless protesters in San Francisco prove Archbishop Cordileone's point


Clueless protesters in San Francisco prove Archbishop Cordileone's point | Catholic World Report - Global Church news and views

Thanking God for You!

 Who has helped form you into the Christian you are today?
Pray for them and their intentions!

I am forever grateful.

Christ’s Words from the Cross: 7 Weapons of Victory Over Evil


Christ’s Words from the Cross: 7 Weapons of Victory Over Evil

The War Continues

Lenten Reflections with Fr. Robert Barron

The War Continues

"As Christians we rejoice for Jesus Christ is Lord. God is King. Sin and death have been defeated. At the same time, we mustn’t succumb to a “cheap grace” interpretation of Christianity, whereby Christ is risen and all is well. As Julian of Norwich said, “All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.” Notice the future tense!

The definitive battle has been won, but the war continues. St. Paul knew this well. His strategy, as we know, was to go to synagogues first, for the message he had was a distinctively Jewish message: that the long-awaited Messiah had come.

Many Jews listened—and this was the beginning of Paul’s church. We hear that in Antioch practically the whole city gathered to listen to Paul and Barnabas. But “when the Jews saw the crowds, they were filled with jealousy and with violent abuse contradicted what Paul said.” Please don’t fall into an anti-Semitic trap here, for many of the Jews did listen to him. But from the beginning, this message was opposed.

Why? The most basic reason is that acknowledging the Lordship of Jesus means that your life has to change. For many this is liberating good news, but for others it is a tremendous threat. If Jesus is Lord, my ego cannot be Lord. My country cannot be Lord. My convictions or culture cannot be Lord.

The Resurrection is the clearest indication of the Lordship of Jesus. This is why the message of the Resurrection is attacked, belittled, and explained away. The author of Acts speaks of the “violent abuse” hurled at Paul. What was Paul’s reaction to this? He “shook the dust from [his] feet in protest against them, and went to Iconium” where he was “filled with joy and the Holy Spirit.”

We’re up against a great mystery here. We are called to announce the good news to everyone, but not everyone will listen. Once we’ve done our work, we should move on and not obsess about those who won’t listen. Why do some respond and some don’t? Finally, that’s up to God."

Monday, March 30, 2015

Be Extravagant, Be With Him!!

 Be Extravagant, Be With Him!!

Be Extravagant, Be With Him!!Be Extravagant, Be With Him!! - Roman Catholic Man

by Fr. Richard Heilman

Catholic Schools Essential for Pro-life Movement

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"As an apostolate of the Church, Catholic schools become a vehicle through which pro-life teachings are conveyed and students are given the opportunity to defend the sanctity of life and dignity of the human person..."

Catholic schools are essential vehicles for the pro-life movement: pro-life leaders

The Victors


"The most remarkable thing about Our Lord Jesus is that He does not keep anything for Himself. He not only gives all glory to the Father, but then wills to share His glory with us to the extent that we become coheirs and copartners with Christ."

The Victors

 by Mark Mallett

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Our Essential Task ~ Bearing Christ to the World

Palm Sunday Reflection by Fr. Robert Barron

Bearing Christ to the World

"On this Palm Sunday, I should like to reflect on the Lord Jesus’ entrance to Jerusalem. A donkey, an ass, was in Jesus time much what it is today: a humble, simple, unassuming little animal, used by very ordinary people to do their work. The wealthy and powerful might own horses or a team of oxen and a political leader might ride a stately steed, but none of them would have anything to do with donkeys.

All of his public career, Jesus had resisted when people called him the Messiah. He sternly ordered them to be silent. When they came to carry him off and make him King, he slipped away. But he is willing to accept these titles precisely at the moment when he rides into Jerusalem on an ass. The Gospel is clear: this is not only an ass; it is a colt, the foal of an ass, on whom no one had ever previously sat. This is a young, inexperienced, unimpressive donkey. And this is the animal upon whom Jesus rides into town in triumph.

This is no ordinary King; this is not the Messiah that they expected.

Now let us look even more closely at the ass. Jesus tells two of his disciples to go into a neighboring town and to find this beast of burden. “If anyone asks, respond, ‘the Master has need of it.’” The humble donkey, pressed into service, is a model of discipleship. Our purpose in life is not to draw attention to ourselves, to have a brilliant career, to aggrandize our egos; rather our purpose is to serve the Master’s need, to cooperate, as he sees fit, with his work.

What was the donkey’s task? He was a Christopher, a Christ-bearer. He carried the Lord into Jerusalem, paving the way for the passion and the redemption of the world. Would anyone have particularly noticed him? Probably not, except perhaps to laugh at this ludicrous animal.

The task of every disciple is just the same: to be a Christopher, a bearer of Christ to the world. Might we be unnoticed in this? Yes. Might we be laughed at? Of course. But the Master has need of us and so we perform our essential task."

Holy Week, Love Changed the World

Holy Week
 The Love that changed the world!

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Palm Sunday Reflection, Msgr. Charles Pope

Darkness at Noon: Scott Hahn Reflects on Passion Sunday

 Jesus on the Cross 2

 Some reflections on the readings of Sacred Scripture for Passion (Palm) Sunday at the start of Holy Week...

Darkness at Noon: Scott Hahn Reflects on Passion Sunday | St. Paul Center For Biblical Theology

The Word of Life

Pope Francis: "The Gospel is the word of life: it does not oppress people, on the contrary, it frees those who are slaves to the many evil spirits of this world: the spirit of vanity, attachment to money, pride, sensuality.... The Gospel changes the heart, changes life, transforms evil inclinations into good intentions. The Gospel is capable of changing people! Therefore it is the task of Christians to spread the redeeming power throughout the world, becoming missionaries and heralds of the Word of God. Always remember that the Gospel has the power to change lives! Do not forget this. It is the Good News, which transforms us only when we allow ourselves to be transformed by it. That is why I always ask you to have daily contact with the Gospel, to read it every day: a verse, a passage, to meditate on it and even to take it with you everywhere: in your pocket, in your bag.... In other words to nourish yourself every day with this inexhaustible source of salvation. Do not forget! Read a passage of the Gospel every day. It is the power that changes us, that transforms us: it changes life, it changes the heart." (Angelus Address 2/1/15)

This Protestant Researched Marian Miracles, & What He Learned Blew His Mind


This Protestant Researched Marian Miracles, & What He Learned Blew His Mind | ChurchPOP

3 Days to Eternity

The most powerful 3 days in history...3 days to Eternity.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Fr. Robert Barron on Palm Sunday


Fr. Robert Barron on Palm Sunday | Word on Fire

Thoughts on Holy Week, Archbishop Chaput

Thoughts for the beginning of Holy Week

By Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.

Wisdom Will Be Vindicated


 Wisdom… hastens to make herself known in anticipation of men’s desire; he who watches for her at dawn shall not be disappointed, for he shall find her sitting by his gate. (Wis 6:12-14)

Wisdom Will be Vindicated

by Mark Mallett

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Back in Prison, Mary Wagner Inspires Pro-Lifers World-Wide

Back in Prison, Mary Wagner Inspires Pro-Lifers World-Wide | Catholic World Report - Global Church news and views

"Imprisoned once again for witnessing to life in abortion clinics, the Canadian activist’s influence is spreading to some surprising places."

Cinderella, Prince Charming, and True Gentlemanliness

From Catholic Exchange:

Cinderella, Prince Charming, and True Gentlemanliness

by Sam Guzman

Petition in Support of Catholic High School Religion Teacher

Patti Jannuzzi, religion teacher at Immaculata High School in Somerville NJ, in in trouble with the homosexual lobby for suggesting that homosexual marriage supporters want to "re-engineer western civ into a slow extinction." She has been accused of "hate speech", which today is defined as anything that a homosexual activist disagrees with. For this, the school ordered her to take down her Facebook page. Patti has never said anything that in any way contradicted Catholic moral teaching. The NY Daily News carried the story here:


By signing this petition, we intend to inform Immaculata High School that we stand behind her. Immaculata needs more teachers like Patti who uphold the Catholic faith.

Update 3/17/2015
Patti has now been suspended from her teaching position at Immaculata High School.

Sign this petition

The Catholic Church Remains

Thank you, Lord, for the Holy Catholic Church!
 And thank you for calling me to it!

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

A Greater Gift

"…the Spirit of Pentecost will flood the earth with his power and a great miracle will gain the attention of all humanity. This will be the effect of grace of the Flame of Love… which is Jesus Christ himself something like this has not happened since the Word became flesh."
 —The Flame of Love, p. 61, 38, 61; from Elizabeth Kindelmann’s diary; 1962; Imprimatur ArchbishopCharles Chaput 

 A Greater Gift
by Mark Mallett

And She Said Yes to God

O God, who willed that your Word should take on the reality of human flesh in the womb of the Virgin Mary, grant we pray, that we, who confess our Redeemer to be God and man, may merit to become partakers, even in his divine nature.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Meditation for the Feast of the Annunciation

"...In preparation for today’s Feast of the Annunciation I picked up Jesus of Nazareth, Vol 3 by Pope Emeritus Benedict (on the infancy narratives). I was very moved at a very brief reflection that he made on Mary, as the Angel Gabriel left her...."

A Woman Wrapped in Silence – A Meditation for the Feast of the Annunciation


The Great Liberation

"Many feel that Pope Francis’ announcement declaring a “Jubilee of Mercy” from Dec. 8th, 2015 to Nov. 20th, 2016 bears greater significance than may first appear. The reason being is that it is one of numerous signs converging all at once. That hit home for me this past weekend as I reflected on the Jubilee and a prophetic word I received at the end of 2008, seven years ago…"

The Great Liberation

by Mark Mallett

Biblical Chronology of Holy Week


Palm Sunday, the Triduum & Easter Sunday: The Biblical Chronology of Holy Week

New Wineskins, by Fr. Robert Barron

Lenten Reflection by Fr. Robert Barron

New Wineskins

"Up and down the centuries, the mark of Christianity is joy. What could be better news than ours? Sometimes we might even wonder if Christianity is almost too good to be true, for from the standpoint of our cramped and fallen minds, this news is just too much. This is why Jesus says, “No one pours new wine into old wine skins. If he does, the wine will burst the skins and both wine and skins will be lost.”

The new wine is good news, the Gospel, the Incarnation, the enfleshment of God. It is wine because it is intoxicating; it is new because no one had imagined it possible. The receptacle for this wine must be, as far as possible, conformed to it.

Aristotle said that whatever is received is received according to the mode and capacity of the recipient. His dictum applies exactly here. To take in the Good News, we can’t be living in the cramped space of our sinful souls. We can’t have an “expect the worst” attitude. We can’t be dreaming small dreams.

Imagine someone at a wedding feast who is in a terrible mood. Dancing and singing and laughing are swirling around him, but he is caught in the cramped space of his own depression. If someone were to ask him, “How was the wedding?” he would undoubtedly respond, “Lousy, boring, annoying.”

We must, as Jesus suggested, “change the minds that we have.” This is the basic meaning of metanoia (or repentance): going beyond the attitude that we have. What happens if the Good News is announced to someone who hasn’t changed his mind and life? “Both wine and skins would be lost.” And the Gospel itself would, in that case, be lost—spilled out on the ground."

God's Timing

God’s Timing

by Mark Mallett

Latin Mass in Ireland

Latin Mass was held at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Armagh, Northern Ireland on Saturday, March 18th, the day after the country's Patron Saint Feast Day. It included Gregorian Chant.
A good sign and a blessing for Irish Catholics!

Monday, March 23, 2015

Shepherd King

Lenten Reflection by Fr. Robert Barron

"The personal nature of our relationship with Jesus is encapsulated in the title the Good Shepherd. Jesus is someone who calls to us, who speaks amidst the cacophony of sounds. And it is a personal voice; it is not an idea that appeals to us, a conviction that dawns on us, a resolution that we take. It is a person. It is Jesus himself.

More to the point, he hears our voices. He is like a mother who can hear the cry of her child amidst a riot of sound and who can block out or ignore any sound except that of her child in distress. So, the Gospel claims, Jesus hears our voices when we call out to him.

His is the voice that is supposed to gather all the sheep: "I have other sheep that do not belong to this fold. I must lead them too and they shall hear my voice. There shall be one flock, one shepherd." There is only one name by which people are to be saved - the name of Jesus.

His voice is the voice of our shepherd, and our King."

The Reframers, by Mark Mallett

The Reframers

by Mark Mallett

New Bigger Chromebook

Do you use an Acer Chromebook for your internet work and play? It will let you surf the web, post to your Catholic blog, watch a video of the morning Mass on EWTN, or just keep in contact with your friends or relatives all over the world.

 Some of us have been using the 11" model of Chromebook, for the last couple years, but Acer is now selling a 15.6" model.  For those of us who want to surf, and not ruin our eyes with tiny type and small print, this new bigger Chromebook will be ideal!  And the price for the 15.6" model is very comparable to what the price for the 11" was 2 years ago, when it first came out.

This new model is available now through Amazon.com.  Click the icon below, and you will be on your way to reducing eye strain, and have a brand new Chomebook that comes in a good-looking "white linen" color.

Be Healed

Book recommended by Fr. Miguel Mary at today's morning Holy Mass on EWTN.   Faithful to Catholic teachings.

"In the tradition of such beloved spiritual teachers as Francis MacNutt and Michael Scanlan, Be Healed: A Guide to Encountering the Powerful Love of Jesus in Your Life offers in book form Bob Schuchts's popular program for spiritual, emotional, and physical healing through the power of the Holy Spirit and the sacraments.

This renowned program for spiritual restoration is steeped in scripture and the wisdom of the Catholic Church. Deeply intimate and vulnerable about his own journey of healing, Catholic therapist Bob Schuchts connects with his readers by sharing the series of betrayals he endured in high school--his father's infidelity, his parents' divorce, and his older brother's drug addiction--and his subsequent seasons of struggle with God and faith.

Be Healed is based on the program first used in dioceses across the United States to form the hearts and minds of Catholic clergy. Schuchts's trusted process for finding inner peace and healing is now expanded to serve the entire body of Christ, helping people recognize their brokenness and find hope in the risen Christ."

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Be a Mother to me

Nunc Dimittis Candle Mass

"Master, now you are dismissing your servant in peace, according to your word; for my eyes have seen your salvation, which you have prepared in the presence of all peoples, a light for revelation to the Gentiles and for glory to your people Israel."

The Shepherd's Voice

Lenten Reflection by Fr. Robert Barron

The Shepherd's Voice

"A good shepherd who is really attentive to his sheep knows the distinctive voices of his charges. Just as a mother knows the voices of her children, so the shepherd can recognize the call of his sheep. And wonderfully, the sheep know the shepherd’s voice. When they hear it, they joyfully fall in line, for they know that the shepherd is the key to their flourishing. 
 Jesus Christ, as the Good Shepherd, says that he has come to gather the nations, and the nations, by implication, will recognize his voice when they hear it.

What is it that leads people to accept Jesus Christ? What is it that appeals to them when they read the Scripture or they approach the sacraments?

We could say that it is only custom or background or luck but I think that something much deeper is going on. There is a resonance when Christ’s voice is heard precisely because the whole world has been wired to hear it. The voice of Jesus is the voice of the gatherer. We lost sheep implicitly recognize it and respond.

Jesus is so much more than an inspiring moral example and much more than a saint whose dedication and love we admire. Jesus is someone who knows us personally. He is the one who can pick out our voices from the hubbub around us; who knows our names and distinctive needs and desires. We are known by him. When we pray in our distinctive way, we are heard.

And more to it, we hear his voice and recognize it as the key to our flourishing. We have been wired for the Word of God, and Jesus is the Word of God made flesh. We instinctively know that he has the words of everlasting life. And just as the sheep long to be commanded, so we long to be ordered by the Word of God."

Saturday, March 21, 2015

The “Hour” Comes: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Fifth Sunday of Lent


The “Hour” Comes: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Fifth Sunday of Lent | St. Paul Center For Biblical Theology

What Does The Fullness of Time Mean

Fulfilled, But Not Yet Consummated

By Mark Mallet

"When Jesus became man and began His ministry, He announced that humanity had entered the “fullness of time.”  What does this mysterious phrase mean two thousand years later? It is important to understand because it reveals to us the “end time” plan that is now unfolding…"

Easter Dress

Found a modest dress for Holy Week and Easter which can be worn as a dress or a long skirt, and it's in my favorite colors!!!

Certainly not the reason or purpose of the Easter season, but a fun part of the preparation. ( I didn't give up shopping for Lent, thank goodness! ) And I practiced the 'virtue' of being thrifty, it was under twenty dollars...

Lord, I love you. You know I would wear sackcloth if that was what was required to be with you. But, I know you don't require that and only want a broken, contrite spirit, with an open, humble, heart of love.

Friday, March 20, 2015

Chant of the Templars, "Da Pacem Domine"

About Crosses

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“It is not so much what people suffer that makes the world mysterious; it is rather how much they miss when they suffer. They seem to forget that even as children they made obstacles in their games in order to have something to overcome. Why, then, when they grow into man’s estate, should there not be prizes won by effort and struggle? Can-not the spirit of man rise with adversity as the bird rises against the resistance of the wind? Do not the game fish swim upstream? Must not the chisel cut away the marble to bring out the form? Must not the seed falling to the ground die before it can spring forth into life? Must not grapes be crushed that there may be wine to drink, and wheat ground that there may be bread to eat? Why then cannot pain be made redemption? Why under the alchemy of Divine Love cannot crosses be turned into crucifixes? Why cannot chastisements be regarded as penances? Why cannot we use a cross to become God-like? We cannot become like Him in His Power; we cannot become like Him in His Knowledge. There is only one way we can become like Him, and that is in the way He bore His sorrows and His Cross. And that way was with love. It is love that makes pain bearable.” 
 ~ Archbishop Fulton Sheen (About Crosses)

O Lord of Heaven and Earth ~ Happy Spring!


"O Lord of heaven and earth and sea,
to thee all praise and glory be;
how shall we show our love to thee,
who givest all?

The golden sunshine, vernal air,
sweet flowers and fruits, thy love declare;
where harvests ripen, thou art there,
who givest all.

For peaceful homes and healthful days,
for all the blessings earth displays,
we owe thee thankfulness and praise,
who givest all.

Thou didst not spare thine only Son,
but gavest him for a world undone,
and freely, with that blessed One,
thou givest all.

Thou givest the Spirit's blessed dower,
Spirit of life and love and power,
and dost his sevenfold graces shower
upon us all.

For souls redeemed, for sins forgiven,
for means of grace and hopes of heaven,
Father, all praise to thee be given,
who givest all.

We lose what on ourselves we spend,
we have as treasure without end
whatever, Lord, to thee we lend,
who givest all.

To thee, from whom we all derive
our life, our gifts, our power to give:
O may we ever with thee live,
who givest all."

Words: Christopher Wordsworth, 1863

Isis and the Cross, by Fr. Robert Barron

Isis and the Cross

The ISIS terrorist group recently released a brutal video titled “A Message in Blood to the Nation of the Cross.” Up and down the centuries, tyrants and their lackeys have thought that they could wipe out the followers of Jesus through acts of violence. But as Tertullian observed long ago, the blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church.

Word on Fire Online Video
 by Fr. Robert Barron

The Growing Mob, by Mark Mallett

"...there is a growing boldness and intolerance sweeping through the courts, flooding the media, and spilling out onto the streets..." 
The Growing Mob
by Mark Mallett

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Reshaping Fatherhood, by Mark Mallett

 "...Fatherhood is one of the most amazing gifts from God. And it’s time we men truly reclaim it for what it is: an opportunity to reflect the very face of the Heavenly Father...."

Reshaping Fatherhood

by Mark Mallett 


St. Joseph: A Humble Model for All Fathers

St. Joseph: A humble model for all fathers
St. Joseph: A Humble Model for All Fathers

Despite playing a critical role in the life of Jesus, St. Joseph is silent in Scripture — but it’s precisely his lack of words that speaks volumes John Cavadini OSV Newsweekly - See more at: https://www.osv.com/OSVNewsweekly/Article/TabId/535/ArtMID/13567/ArticleID/17067/St-Joseph-A-humble-model-for-all-fathers.aspx?utm_source=OSV+eNewsweekly+032915&utm_campaign=OSVNW032915&utm_medium=email#sthash.kSKj8pnL.dpuf
St. Joseph: A humble model for all fathers
St. Joseph: A humble model for all fathers

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The Coming Restoration of the Family, by Mark Mallett

In Honor of the Feast Day of Saint Joseph:

Family, by Michael D. O’Brien

The Coming Restoration of the Family
by Mark Mallett

"Totus Tuus"

This amazingly beautiful sacred music, "Totus Tuus", in honor of the Virgin Mary, was written to celebrate the visit of St. John Paul II to Poland, when he was Pope. He had a great devotion to our Blessed Mother Mary. Totus Tuus is a Latin phrase meaning "totally yours" and expressed his personal Consecration to the Virgin Mary

Children Are a Gift From God

Pope Francis meets with students in Paul VI audience hall on May 31, 2014. Credit: Daniel Ibáñez/CNA.
"Pope Francis said Wednesday that children are a joy-filled gift for the Church and the world, and cautioned against an overcast society that lacks life because it has rejected and run out of children."A society that doesn't want children is 'sad and gray,' Pope says

Glitter vs. Grace

Wyoming Catholic College

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Jesus to St. Faustina on Spiritual Warfare: 25 Secrets

Jesus to St. Faustina on Spiritual Warfare: 25 Secrets

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Fr. Robert Barron's Review of Kenneth Branagh’s Very Christian 'Cinderella'

Saw this movie today!  Highly recommended!!!

 Read Father Robert Barron's excellent review, and find out why he sees this heart-warming story as a clear Christian allegory'.


Kenneth Branagh’s Very Christian Cinderella | Word on Fire

Christ Sets Us Free, by Fr. Robert Barron

 Lenten Reflection by Father Robert Barron

 "The story of Lazarus is rich in meaning for us, especially during Lent. At the tomb of Lazarus, Jesus “groaned in spirit.” Jesus’ trouble here is the result of his identification with sinful humanity. He goes all the way to the bottom of it, letting its truth affect him. Jesus does not just love us abstractly or from a distance. He comes close to us. 
More to the point, this groaning of Jesus signals the pain that God feels at our imprisonment. If his glory is our being fully alive, then his agony is tied to our sin. How salvific it can be to listen to this groaning of the Lord at our own lack of life.

In the same vein, Jesus weeps for his friend. There is something heartbreaking about this for it is the only time in the Scripture that Jesus is described as weeping. Whatever form death takes within us—physical, psychological, spiritual—it is something deeply troubling to God.
One detail is particularly moving: Jesus asks, “Where have you laid him?” Sin alienates us from our God, making us strangers to him. Just as in the book of Genesis, God looked for Adam and Eve, who were hiding from him, so here God incarnate doesn’t know where his friend Lazarus is.

Then the Lord comes to the tomb. We hear that it was a cave with a stone laid across it. When things are dead, we bury them away, we hide them. When we feel spiritually dead, we lock ourselves up in the darkness of our own anxiety and egotism and fear. But there is a power, a divine power, sent into this world whose very purpose is to break through all such stones. “Lazarus, come out!” Are there any words more beautiful and stirring in the whole New Testament? From whatever grave we are lying in, Jesus calls us out.

“And the dead man came out, tied hand and foot with burial bands, and his face was wrapped in a cloth.” Lazarus comes out with all of the signs of death still clinging to him. So Jesus says “Untie him and let him go.” Here we see it: Whatever limits, binds, controls, orders, dominates us—these are the enemies of God."

An Irish Blessing

An Irish Blessing

Happy St. Patrick's Day

Ireland's Shining Priest

 ".....Late last month, people from all over the globe gathered in Killarney, Ireland to honor a man who died fifty years ago, but whose legend has grown with each passing year: Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty, Ireland’s heroic priest who rescued some 6500 people in and around Vatican City during the German occupation of Rome....."
Hugh O'Flahery, Ireland's Shining Priest

Monday, March 16, 2015

Bells of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Enjoy a short video of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland and listen to the beautiful Cathedral Bells of St. Patrick's! Almost feels like you're there. God Bless Ireland.

(Handel's great work, "The Messiah",  was first publicly performed  here at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin)

Saint Patrick, Pray for us.