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"He preferred to be called Uncle Eamon, and when he strode through campus, he did so as would a beloved uncle, a first-term Teddy Roosevelt, accessible and genuine." Page 25

"He preferred to be called Uncle Eamon, and when he strode through campus, he did so as would a beloved uncle, a first-term Teddy Roosevelt, accessible and genuine." Page 25

How to identify Catholic monks by their habit. I hope there's a nun version floating around on Pinterest somewhere because it would be awesome to post too!

How to identify Catholic monks by their habit. I hope there's a nun version floating around on Pinterest somewhere because it would be awesome to post too!

For anyone who is confused about the fish, the greek word for fish is Icthys, which anagrams in Greek "Iēsous Christos, Theou Yios, Sōtēr" (English: "Jesus Christ, God's Son, Savior")

For anyone who is confused about the fish, the greek word for fish is Icthys, which anagrams in Greek "Iēsous Christos, Theou Yios, Sōtēr" (English: "Jesus Christ, God's Son, Savior")

Quote of the Day - March 25 #pinterest #holyweek "One cannot desire freedom from the Cross when one is especially chosen for the Cross." ~~~~~ St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross ~~~~~ | Awestruck Catholic Social Network

Quote of the Day - March 25 #pinterest #holyweek "One cannot desire freedom from the Cross when one is especially chosen for the Cross." ~~~~~ St Teresa Benedicta of the Cross ~~~~~ | Awestruck Catholic Social Network

Jesus, I Trust in Your Mercy. Venerate this Image Daily - Jesus promised that anyone who venerates this Image of his Divine Mercy would not perish (even for hardened sinners). "The two rays denote Blood and Water.....These two rays issued from the very depths of My tender mercy when My agonized Heart was opened by a lance on the Cross. They shield souls from the wrath of My Father.” (Diary, 299) Beautiful Catholic Prayers. SimplicityHumilityTrust.org

Jesus, I Trust in Your Mercy. Venerate this Image Daily - Jesus promised that anyone who venerates this Image of his Divine Mercy would not perish (even for hardened sinners). "The two rays denote Blood and Water.....These two rays issued from the very depths of My tender mercy when My agonized Heart was opened by a lance on the Cross. They shield souls from the wrath of My Father.” (Diary, 299) Beautiful Catholic Prayers. SimplicityHumilityTrust.org