St. Faustine and St. John Paul II

8 Responses to St. Faustine and St. John Paul II

  1. Theresa says:

    Thank you so much for putting these links up! So powerful and useful in these times. May I kindly suggest the spelling “St Faustina” instead of “St Faustine” as “Faustina” is more widely used. Once again, thank you for your labour of love. God bless!

  2. Linda Dolata says:

    Lovely to have this facility, and what a privilege to be able to also study some of the beautiful churches, Abbeys and Cathedrals. Being in my 60s it is wonderful to be able to attend the Latin Mass l grew up with, and join in the refrains and sung parts which l know so well. DZIEKUJE BARDZO

  3. Mickey says:

    Need prayers

    • Linda says:

      I will pray for you for wisdom, healing, courage, strength and an increase in trust in our Lord Jesus.
      That God will give you the confidence to trust in him and that you may ‘strive for peace with everyone, and for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord’ Heb 12:14.

      Our fathers disciplined us for a short time as they thought best, but God disciplines us for our good, so that we may share in His holiness.Heb 12:10

      I will pray for you

  4. Jim robinette says:

    Was wondering if it would be possible to find out what the second collect (prayer) was for Saturday (Immaculate Heart and Maccabees) EF Mass.

    • Theresa says:

      I had been looking too. I found an app called “iBrieviery” and its listed under “Readings and Prayers” in the Menu tab. God bless!

  5. Ann McErlean says:

    Please send me emails when masses are broadcast online-daily and Sunday. In English, please.

    Thank you.
    Ann McErlean

  6. frances parsons says:

    I want to see mass on line

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