November is Black Catholic History Month – November 12th

Help us to celebrate Black Catholic History month. Please read, learn and share with others! Today we celebrate the life of St. ┬áMonica. She was married by arrangement to a Pagan man in North Africa. Although he was much older than she, and generous, he was also a very violent man. Her mother-in-law was equally... Continue Reading →

November is Black Catholic History Month

November is Black Catholic History Month Today November 3rd, we celebrate the life of St.┬áMartin de Porres. I have had many people throughout the years ask me why I wear something over my alb when I serve at Mass as an acolyte. It is called a Scapular. Not the brown, green or red scapular that... Continue Reading →

November is Black Catholic History Month

November is Black Catholic History Month Today November 2nd, we celebrate the life of one of my favorite Saints. St. Moses the Black. When ministering on the street corners, and speaking with Gang Members, I have and continue to use this powerful Saint as an example of God's Mercy and Love. Saint Moses lived in... Continue Reading →

Jubilee Year of Mercy- December 8, 2015 – November 26, 2016

God's Open Door of Mercy is waiting not only for you to walk through it, but bring others with you. This Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy begins on December 8, 2015 and runs through November 26, 2016. During this time our Holy Father Pope Francis has set forth several edicts for Dioceses, local church's, as... Continue Reading →

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