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A few holy Jesuits…St. Francis Xavier, St. Aloysius Gonzaga, St. Paul Miki, St. Isaac Jogues, St. John Berchmans, St. Edmund Campion, pray for us! http://www.portraitsofsaints.com Source All content is property of the owner, unless otherwise specified. This content is not owned, or maintained by Holy Rosary, and is used only for informational purposes. Please visit

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The Holy Face of Jesus
 (Shrove Tuesday)
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The Holy Face of Jesus (Shrove Tuesday) ShroveTuesday comes from the word shrive, meaning absolve. We make a special point of self-examination, of considering what wrongs needs repenting of & what amendments of life or areas of spiritual growth we esp. need to ask God’s help in dealing with them. https://www.portraitsofsaints.com/…/all-product/all-images-… Source All content is

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The Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus 
 “The sweet Name of Jesus produces in us ho...

The Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus “The sweet Name of Jesus produces in us holy thoughts, fills the soul with noble sentiments, strengthens virtue, begets good works and nourishes pure affection. All spiritual food leaves the soul dry, if it contain not, that penetrating oil, the Name Jesus.”#StBernard https://www.portraitsofsaints.com/…/all-images-face-of-chri… Source All content is

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The Feast of the Holy Family
 “On this day, let us ask for the intercession of t...

The Feast of the Holy Family “On this day, let us ask for the intercession of the Holy Family that we may have the strength & courage to stand against all those who seek to destroy the life of traditional families.” #JPII https://bit.ly/3769Bzb Source All content is property of the owner, unless otherwise specified. This

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Happy Feast Day
 The Holy Child of Atocha (Santo Niño de Atocha)
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Happy Feast Day The Holy Child of Atocha (Santo Niño de Atocha) 13th century Feast Day: December 25 Patronage: Mexico, children, pilgrims, prisoners, travelers The devotion to the Holy Infant of Atocha originated in Spain during the Muslim invasion. In Atocha, the Moors kept the Catholic men imprisoned and would only allow children 12 and

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