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September: A Month to Turn to Mary
The month of September contains many opportunities to honor Our Lady, the humble woman of Nazareth. Some of these memorials in the Church’s liturgical calendar are more hidden than others. We celebrate the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary on September 8thand the Holy Name of Mary on September 12th.
Everyone is created with a vocation. The word vocation derives from a Latin word which means “to call.” God calls each one of us to follow him, in trust and surrender, with the unique graces He has prepared for us and in the unique relationship He beckons us to. With great joy, our community welcomed 18 young women to begin their life as […]
It all began 800 years ago with a light shining in the darkness of confusion and false reality. St. Dominic had a hope for humanity, founded upon a Presence that was certain. This Presence of God needed to be known so humanity would be free to see Truth. As the Gospel of John applies Psalm 69:9 to the impassioned Christ, “zeal for your house will consume me,”
Saint Dominic was a man moved by his engagement with reality. The Albigensian heresy ran strong in St. Dominic’s time, teaching that things of the physical world – material and created things – were evil and corrupt. It went so far as to devalue the humanity of Christ and the holiness of the sacraments, as they too were considered physical realities.