Thursday, July 15, 2010
8:10 AM | Posted by Patrick | Edit Post
Our property has 40+ statues and hiding under a large oak tree and behind a wooden swing is a statue of yesterday's North American native blessed Kateri. I like the green blur behind her and the simple, but pleasant expression on her face. At the base is an a translation of a "nick" name, Little of the Mohawks. Thank you Kateri for all your sacrifices and witnesses to the love of Christ on this earth. May your feast day bring many new converts to the one true faith and instill a great hope to all those living apart from Christ that with God all things are possible.
- Mercedarian Novice, photographer, humorist, handy-man, fence-builder, prayer warrior, lover of Eucharist and Blessed Mother and Holy Mother Church.
- Great weather, great reading, great photography
- St. Maximus early Christian martyr
- Sunset in front of Mercygrove
- Prayers going out to all people
- First day at the nursing home
- 2 weeks
- Angels and Saints
- Rainy day at the grove
- Receiving Mercedarian practice habit for novitiate...
- Sunset sets Our Lady apart
- Front yard of Mercygrove at edge of night
- Early Mercedarian martyrs
- Simple yard shots
- Martyrdom and religious life
- The Church
- Family fun in Philly
- Day of prayer and reading
- Story of a Mercedarian Martyr
- Flowers from the novitiate
- Saturday at the novitiate
- The habit
- Running the schedule
- Feast day of Kateri Tekakwitha yesterday
- Rite of Initiation at the beginning of the Novitia...
- Sunset at Mercygrove Novitiate
- Received habit...
- Arrived at Novitiate...
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