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7 Sundays of St. Joseph: 6th Sunday

by Scepter Editorial Team March 07, 2021 2 min read

The Seven Sundays of St. Joseph is a devotion to the patron of the universal Church. On the seven Sundays preceding his feast, March 19, the faithful have traditionally contemplated a series of circumstances — seven sorrows and joys — in his life so that they might confront the joys and sorrows of their own lives as he did. This is the 6th Sunday of St. Joseph brought to you by scepter publishers.
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9 Ways St. Joseph is like the Angels

by Mike Aquilina March 03, 2021 6 min read

Joseph surpassed all the orders of heaven in his excellence. He was nearer to God and served him more closely and constantly than even the angels. For this reason, Joseph received such close attention from the angels. In heaven he was already seen as a prince.
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7 Sundays of St. Joseph: 5th Sunday

by Scepter editorial Team February 28, 2021 3 min read

The Seven Sundays of St. Joseph is a devotion to the patron of the universal Church. On the seven Sundays preceding his feast, March 19, the faithful have traditionally contemplated a series of circumstances — seven sorrows and joys — in his life so that they might confront the joys and sorrows of their own lives as he did.
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7 Sundays of St. Joseph: 4th Sunday

by Scepter Editorial Team February 21, 2021 3 min read

The Seven Sundays of St. Joseph is a devotion to the patron of the universal Church. On the seven Sundays preceding his feast, March 19, the faithful have traditionally contemplated a series of circumstances — seven sorrows and joys — in his life so that they might confront the joys and sorrows of their own lives as he did.
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7 Sundays of St. Joseph: 3rd Sunday

by Scepter Editorial Team February 14, 2021 2 min read

The Seven Sundays of St. Joseph is a devotion to the patron of the universal Church. On the seven Sundays preceding his feast, March 19, the faithful have traditionally contemplated a series of circumstances — seven sorrows and joys — in his life so that they might confront the joys and sorrows of their own lives as he did.
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7 Sundays of St. Joseph: 2nd Sunday

by Scepter Editorial Team February 07, 2021 3 min read

The Seven Sundays of St. Joseph is a devotion to the patron of the universal Church. On the seven Sundays preceding his feast, March 19, the faithful have traditionally contemplated a series of circum- stances—seven sorrows and joys—in his life so that they might confront the joys and sorrows of their own lives as he did.
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7 Sundays of St. Joseph: 1st Sunday

by Scepter Editorial Team January 28, 2021 2 min read

The Seven Sundays of St. Joseph is a devotion to the patron of the universal Church. On the seven Sundays preceding his feast, March 19, the faithful have traditionally contemplated a series of circum- stances—seven sorrows and joys—in his life so that they might confront the joys and sorrows of their own lives as he did.
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Mike Aquilina's Favorite Books of 2020

by Mike Aquilina January 13, 2021 4 min read

I’ll always remember this as the year at least some of my dreams came true. There are two books I’ve wanted to see in print since I read their contents in bits and pieces more than a quarter-century ago. The publication of both made this annus horribilis an annus mirabilis for me.
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The Importance of a Free Heart

by Alexandre Havard January 04, 2021 3 min read

A good heart is full of good intentions. A great heart is full of good intentions and does good deeds. A free heart is something different. It is a heart endowed with an extraordinary power: the power to consistently perceive the highest realities of life, even if invisible (sensibility), and respond straight away to those realities (responsiveness).
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Saint Leo the Great Christmas Reflection

by St. Leo the Great December 03, 2020 4 min read

Today, my dearest ones, Our Saviour is born. Let us rejoice. It isn’t right to allow sadness any room when Life is born, taking away the fear of death and, with eternity promised us, filling us with joy.
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