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Pillars of Moral Life Minute Meditations
Look at these twin pillars of the Catholic moral life—the Ten Commandments and the Beatitudes—as the means of training our eyes to look for the kingdom of heaven.
— from Salt and Light

Monday, March 11, 2013
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Denis and Companions: This martyr and patron of France is regarded as the first bishop of Paris. His popularity is due to a series of legends, especially those connecting him with the great abbey church of St. Denis in Paris. He was for a time confused with the writer now called Pseudo-Dionysius. 
<p>The best hypothesis contends that Denis was sent to Gaul from Rome in the third century and beheaded in the persecution under Emperor Valerius in 258. </p><p>According to one of the legends, after he was martyred on Montmartre (literally, "mountain of martyrs") in Paris, he carried his head to a village northeast of the city. St. Genevieve built a basilica over his tomb at the beginning of the sixth century.</p> American Catholic Blog The saints share in God’s glory, for they are God’s new creation through Jesus Christ. This new creation radiates God’s glory, for God fills the saints with his grace. He shares his glory, his divine life, with those who are willing to receive it through the work and person of Jesus Christ.

Through the Year With Mary

Start the New Year off right with these daily insights on the Mother of God!

The Rosary Project
This unique celebration of prayer and song will lead you deeper into the life of Christ! (2CDs)
150 Bible Verses Every Catholic Should Know

Ignorance of scripture is ignorance of Christ. Do you know these Bible passages?

Mysteries of the Virgin Mary

On this Feast of the Immaculate Conception, grow closer to Mary with this beautiful book by Fr. Peter John Cameron, O.P.

While we celebrate the passing of one year we also ask God’s blessing on the one ahead.

Fourth Sunday in Lent
Laetare comes from a word for rejoice to remind us that our penitential season is nearing completion.

New Baby
Send an e-card to welcome that special new member of the human family.

St. Patrick's Day
Choose a Catholic Greetings e-card to send to your favorite lad or colleen next week.

May we learn the grace of silence and prayer in the days to come.

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