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Pope Francis receives ashes from Slovakian Cardinal Jozef Tomko during Ash Wednesday Mass at the Basilica of Santa Sabina in Rome March 5.
...I searched for about 3 hours to find this video several years ago - I hadn't heard this song before but once I did, with this video... I was overcome and just wept forever. I hope all of you truly have a very happy Easter, knowing just how much he will never stop loving you ♥ I left this message on here because I thought it so heartfelt! I pray for each of you and your families to be blessed this Easter! It is so wonderful to share with Each of You the truth of what Easter truly is about &
"Our Lady said to Saint Bridget one day, “Whenever I used to contemplate the beauty, modesty, and wisdom of my Son, my heart was filled with joy; and whenever I considered his hands and feet which would be pierced with cruel nails, I wept bitterly and my heart was rent with sorrow and pain.” - St. Louis de Montfort
✟♥ ✞ ♥✟ G0D didn't promise DAYS without pain, LAUGHTER without sorrow, nor SUN without rain but he did promise STRENGTH for the day, COMFORT for the tears and LIGHT for the way. ✟♥ ✞ ♥✟
"Why do I need priests/saints/Confession, etc. when I can pray straight to Jesus?" Notice a pattern here: I, I, I, me, me, me. Where is Jesus in all of this? Is He distant, or is He with us, right here, right now? How do we know that we are with Him? "No-one can come to the Father except through me" = JESUS calls the shots re how that's going to happen; HE establishes the Lifeline: at Mass, we pray through Him, with Him, and in Him. All of the other Sacraments He gives us point to the Eucharist.
For the first time in history, Pope Francis will officially canonize two previous Popes – Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II at the same time. On Divine Mercy Sunday, April 27, the worldwide Church will join Pope Francis in prayer and celebration as we add two remarkable men to the “great cloud of witnesses.”