Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way...
Dear Blog Friends, the most magical time of the year has just begun. Today we would like to talk to you about the Nativity Scene or rather how to set it up in your home.
Raise your hand if - dusting off the old box of Christmas decorations stored up in the attic – you’ve felt excited to see the characters that every year make our Nativity Scene come to life.
Medjugorje, 27 November 1989
New conversation between the Virgin and Mary:
"These days, I want you to pray in a special way for the salvation of souls. Today is the feast of the Miraculous Medal, and I want that you pray, in a special way, for the salvation of those people who are carrying this Medal. I want you to spread the devotion and the carrying of this medal, so that more souls may be saved, and that you pray in a special way."
Today, 7th October 2021 - 450 years after the Battle of Lepanto, we remember the very important Devotion to Our Lady of the Rosary. But why is the celebration of this very important Virgin Mary taking place on the same day as the famous battle? To understand this, we should take a step back to the Cypriot town of Famagusta.
Today, the 29 September, while celebrating the Feast of the Archangels and waiting for 2 October - day dedicated to the guardian angels -, let us briefly analyse the role and description of these extraordinary beings - the angels - in the sacred texts. Angels are increasingly present in the beliefs of people, even non-Christians, and they are God's creatures.
A very ancient symbol, present even before Christianity, the Cross is a geometric figure made up of two lines or bars, one horizontal and one vertical, which cross each other at right angles.
An indispensable element of the Bible, water is considered in the Old and New Testaments as a symbol of Purification and Rebirth. In the Bible, the theme of water recurs several times and Its function is however ambivalent ..