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A Trinity Thought Experiment

A Trinity Thought Experiment

No one except God can understand how there are three distinct persons in one God. However, we can understand why it is important to us. Here is a theological thought experiment, or analogy, to try to explain the meaning of the Most Holy Trinity.
Imagine a …

Rachel Vineyard Retreat

Rachel Vineyard Retreat

“Come! Consume in us whatever prevents us from being consumed in You.”
~ St. Magdalen de Pazzi: Feast Day May 25th
Come on a Rachel’s Vineyard™ Retreat and discover what it means to be consumed by God’s healing love, mercy and forgiveness. Abortion AfterCare-Healing – The Rachel …

Memorial Day is on May 25, 2015 – Uniting in Remembrance

Memorial Day is on May 25, 2015 – Uniting in Remembrance

In December 2000, Congress enacted a law that established the National Moment of Remembrance and related activities. This law asks all Americans to briefly stop what they’re doing and quietly observe a minute of remembrance at 3 p.m. local time on Memorial Day in an …

Wear Red on Pentecost Sunday

Wear Red on Pentecost Sunday

Spread the word that next Sunday (May 24) is “Pentecost Sunday” and one of the greatest days of the Church calendar.
We encourage you to wear something RED for next Sunday’s “Pentecost” celebrations. A field of red filling the pews will surely have an impact, especially on …

Pentecost Celebrations Around The World

Pentecost Celebrations Around The World

In Italy it was customary to scatter rose leaves from the ceiling of the churches to recall the miracle of the fiery tongues; hence in Sicily, and elsewhere in Italy, Pentecost is called Pascha rosatum. The Italian name Pascha rossa comes from the red colors …


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