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Sunday

Feast day: January 14

Peter Donders was born in Tilburg, Holland, on October 27, 1809, and as a boy he felt called to the priesthood. His family was poor, and his schooling was cut short so that he could learn weaving, which was his father’s trade. At the age of 22, he entered St. Michael-Gestel Seminary. Ordained a priest on June 5, 1841, Donders set out for Paramaribo, Surinam, a Dutch colony. [read more]

Tuesday

First day

St. John Neumann, obtain for me a solid faith in all the teachings of the Catholic Church, along with the light to know the emptiness of earthly possessions, along with the seriousness of my sins. Obtain for me also the special favor which I ask through your intercession with God.

Pray the following after each day’s novena prayer:

Lord, in these days of pride and display, the humble ways of your servant, Bishop Neumann, [read more]

Thursday

Father Brendan Patrick Greany died December 18, 2018, at the St. John Neumann Residence in Timonium, Md.

He was born July 1, 1937, in the Bronx, N.Y., to John and Nora (nee Fitzgerald) Greany. He was baptized at St. John’s in the Bronx. The family moved to the parish of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, and he was confirmed there on November 16, 1948. He made his profession on August 2, 1958, in Ilchester, Md., and made solemn vows at [read more]

Tuesday

As we celebrate the joy of our newborn Redeemer on Christmas, I would like to thank all of you who have been part of supporting the mission of the Redemptorists.

Jesus is the reason for the season!

Jesus is the reason for all seasons, I believe. And this year [read more]

Wednesday

Mexico City, Mexico (CNA/EWTN News)—It would be virtually impossible to travel to Mexico without seeing the colorful star-cloaked image of Our Lady of Guadalupe on street corners, in private homes, on restaurant walls, and certainly in church chapels.

Four hundred and eighty-seven years ago, the Virgin Mary appeared multiple times to St. Juan Diego, an Aztec convert to Catholicism, in his native Mexico. The Mestiza Mary, [read more]