The Two Pillars

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Screen Shot 2015-06-28 at 2.39.20 PMIt’s the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul! Today is one of our most favorite feast days of the entire liturgical year.  What hope it gives us to meditate on these two men – one a betrayer, the other a murderer – who became such loyal friends of Our Lord that we call them the two Pillars of the Church.  They witnessed to Christ, even to the shedding of their blood.  How differently one looks at martyrdom in today cultural climate.  It’s no longer a romantic idea from the distant past.  We see it on the news weekly, if not daily, as Christians in the Middle East are brutally slaughtered for confessing Christ.  And as the hostility toward Christianity escalates in our own nation, we should consider that white martyrdom may not be the only kind of martyrdom to which we are called.  May we be strengthened by the example and intercession…

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Hoping WP will get over themselves by Monday Morning

and the rainbow stripe will be gone and put to rest.

Worked on a blog entry that is more personal than usual-not sure how to conclude it;for now i’m setting it aside(in draft)and thinking it over first.

May as well wish all of you

golden good nightand God Bless!

Here is a little lesson you may want to share on Twitter with your liberal friends(and/or enemies)

#wakeupamerica#WakeUpAmerica

Catholic Television Network | EWTN Feast of Sts Peter and Paul

st peter and paulSOLEMN MASS AND BLESSING OF PALLIA

06/29 at 3:30 AM ET, 12:00 PM ET

Pope Francis celebrates Mass for the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul and blesses the Pallia to be imposed on Metropolitan Archbishops in their home dioceses. Live from Rome.

EWTN MASS – STS. PETER AND PAUL

EWTN MASS – SAINTS PETER AND PAUL

06/29 at 8:00 AM ET, 6:30 PM ET; 06/30 at 12:00 AM ET

The Franciscan Missionaries of the Eternal Word celebrate the Solemn Mass of Saints Peter and Paul, from Our Lady of the Angels Chapel in Irondale, Alabama.

via Catholic Television Network | EWTN.

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