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2012
Graduations
Mother's Day is May 13
Earth Day is April 22
New for Easter 2012
St. Patrick's Day is Saturday, Mar. 17
Celebrate Mardi Gras
St. Valentine's Day is Tuesday, Feb. 14
Eucharist
Epiphany of the Lord

2011
New for Christmas 2011
St. Nicholas' Feast is December 6
Thanksgiving Day is Thursday, Nov. 24
All Hallows Eve
St. Francis of Assisi
Remembering 9/11
World Youth Day
Birthdays
Father's Day is June 19
St. Anthony's Feast Day Is June 13
Graduations
Mother's Day Is May 8
New for Easter 2011
St. Patrick's Day is Thursday, Mar. 17
Celebrate Mardi Gras
Baptism
St. Valentine's Day is Monday, Feb. 14

2010
World Day of Peace
New For Christmas 2010
The Feast of St. Nicholas Is December 6
Advent Begins Sunday, November 28
Thanksgiving Day Is Thursday, Nov. 25
All Hallows Eve
St. Francis of Assisi
Blessed Mother Teresa
Back to School
Birthdays
June 20 Is Father's Day
St. Anthony of Padua's Feast Is June 13
Mother's Day Is May 9
Earth Day is April 22
Celebrating the Easter Season
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day
Celebrate Mardi Gras
St. Valentine's Day

2009
World Day of Peace (December)
Christmas (December)
Celebrate December Saints (December)
Advent (November)
Thanksgiving / Pet Blessings (November)
All Hallows Eve (October)
St. Francis of Assisi / Pet Blessings (September)
Blessed Mother Teresa (September)
Back to School (August)
Celebrate Year of Priests (July)
Celebrate Father's Day (June)
Celebrate Feast of St. Anthony's (June)
Celebrate Pentecost and Graduation (May)
Celebrate Mother's Day (May)
Celebrate Earth Day (April)
Celebrate Easter (April)
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day (March)
Celebrate Lent (March)
Celebrate Mardi Gras and Lent (February)
Celebrate St. Valentine's Day (February)

2008
Celebrate December Saints (December)
Advent Begins November 30 (November)
All Hallows Eve, All Saints Day and All Souls Day (October)
Celebrate Feast Day of Blessed Mother Teresa (September)
Back to School (August)
Celebrate St. Anthony and Father's Day (June)
Celebrate Graduation and Summer Vacation (May)
Celebrate Mother’s Day (May)
Earth Day and Other Celebrations (April)
Celebrate Easter (April)
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (March)
Celebrate St. Valentine’s Day (February)
Celebrate Mardi Gras and Lent (February)

2007
Celebrate World Day of Peace (December)
Celebrate Christmas (December)
Celebrate Advent and Advent Saints (November)
Celebrate Thanksgiving and Advent (November)
All Hallows Eve, All Saints Day and All Souls Day (October)
Celebrate the Feast of St. Francis (October)
Celebrate Feast Day of Blessed Mother Teresa (September)
Back to School (August)
Summer (July)
Happy Father's Day (June)
Feast of St. Anthony (June)
Celebrate Mother’s Day (May)
Earth Day Is April 22 (April)
Celebrate Easter (April)
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (March)
Celebrate Mardi Gras and Lent (February)
Happy St. Valentine's Day (February)

2006
Celebrate Christmas (December)
Saints of Advent (December)
Thanksgiving and Advent (November)
All Hallows Eve, All Saints Day and All Souls Day (October)
Celebrate the Feast of St. Francis (Sep.)
Blessed Mother Teresa and Remembering 9/11 (Sep.)
Back to School (August)
Summertime (July)
Happy Father's Day (June)
Feast of St. Anthony (June)
Celebrate Mother’s Day (May)
Celebrate Easter (April)
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (March)
Celebrate Mardi Gras and Lent (February)
Happy St. Valentine's Day (February)

2005
Celebrate Christmas (December)
Saints of Advent (December)
Thanksgiving and Advent (November)
All Hallows Eve, All Saints Day and All Souls Day (October)
Feast of St. Francis (October)
Remembering September 11 (September)
Back to School (August)
Lessons on the Beach (July)
Father's Day Is Sunday, June 19 (June)
Feast of St. Anthony (June)
Celebrate Mother's Day (May)
Earth Day and Celebrations (April)
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (March)
Happy St. Valentine's Day (February)
Celebrate Mardi Gras and Lent (February)

2004
Celebrate Christmas (December)
Saints of Advent (December)
Thanksgiving and Advent (November)
All Hallows Eve, All Saints Day and All Souls Day (October)
Feast of St. Francis (October)
Remember Mother Teresa and September 11 (September)
Back to School, Friendship and Thank You (August)
Lessons on the Beach (July)
Father's Day Is Sunday, June 20 (June)
Feast of St. Anthony (June)
Wish Mom a Happy Mother's Day (May)
Earth Day and Celebrations (April)
Spread Easter Joy (April)
St. Patrick and St. Joseph (March)
Mardi Gras and Lent (February)
St. Valentine's Day (February)

2003
Christmas (Dec.)
Do You Value Catholic Greetings? (Dec.)
St. Nicholas and Other Saints (Dec.)
Thanksgiving and Advent (Nov.)
Halloween, All Saints and All Souls (Oct.)
Papal Anniversary and Mother Teresa Beatification (Oct.)
Feast of St. Francis of Assisi (October)
Back to School, Friendship and Thank You (August)
Summertime, Birthdays and Thinking of You (July)
Father's Day and Feast of St. Anthony (June)
Wish Mom a Happy Mother's Day (May)
Spread Easter Joy (April)
St. Patrick and St. Joseph (March)
Happy Mardi Gras! (March)
St. Valentine's Day (February)

2002
Celebrate Christmas! (December)
The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe Is Dec. 12 (December)
St. Nicholas Day Is December 6 (December)
Thanksgiving Is November 28 (November)
All Hallows Eve Is Thursday (October)
Feast of St. Francis Is October 4 (October)
Remembering September 11 (September)
Back to School (August)
Canonization of Juan Diego is July 30 (July)
St. Anthony of Padua's Feast Day Is June 13 (June)
Mother's Day Is Sunday, May 12th (May)
Earth Day Is April 22 (April)
Celebrate Easter (March)
Sunday Is St. Patrick's Days (March)



First Martyrs of the Church of Rome: There were Christians in Rome within a dozen or so years after the death of Jesus, though they were not the converts of the “Apostle of the Gentiles” (Romans 15:20). Paul had not yet visited them at the time he wrote his great letter in 57-58 A.D.. 
<p>There was a large Jewish population in Rome. Probably as a result of controversy between Jews and Jewish Christians, the Emperor Claudius expelled all Jews from Rome in 49-50 A.D. Suetonius the historian says that the expulsion was due to disturbances in the city “caused by the certain Chrestus” [Christ]. Perhaps many came back after Claudius’s death in 54 A.D. Paul’s letter was addressed to a Church with members from Jewish and Gentile backgrounds. </p><p>In July of 64 A.D., more than half of Rome was destroyed by fire. Rumor blamed the tragedy on Nero, who wanted to enlarge his palace. He shifted the blame by accusing the Christians. According to the historian Tacitus, many Christians were put to death because of their “hatred of the human race.” Peter and Paul were probably among the victims. </p><p>Threatened by an army revolt and condemned to death by the senate, Nero committed suicide in 68 A.D. at the age of 31.</p> American Catholic Blog While the future may be uncertain to us, we can rest comfortably in the loving control and sovereignty of our Heavenly Father. We can trust his plan, and we can rely upon his fatherly design and control.

Spiritual Resilience

 
CATHOLIC GREETINGS
Happy Birthday
May this birthday mark the beginning of new and exciting adventures!

Sts. Peter and Paul
Honored both separately and together, these apostles were probably martyred during the reign of the emperor Nero.

Wedding
Help the bride and groom see their love as a mirror of God’s love.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help
God gave Mary to us as a help in our quest for holiness.

St. Josemaría Escrivá
This 20th-century Spanish priest devoted his life to the Work of God.




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