Articles Tagged ‘Our Lady of Kibeho’

12th Sunday: Objective truth and the saving Word

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Who is this that darkens counsel by words without knowledge? (Job 38:1) We do well to consider the meaning of this question, posed by God in the dialogue with Job. The book of Job is a reflection or dialogue on the problem of evil and the suffering of the just in this world. As such, this book addresses the question of human suffering—specifically, the suffering of the just and the innocent. It gives voice to a question often asked: Why do the ... (Continue reading)

Why we should pray the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows of Mary

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"I'll pray the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows of Mary for you," I assured a friend who had just revealed some upsetting news. "It seems appropriate." I had never prayed the Rosary of Seven Sorrows before and didn't know anything about the devotion to our Lady of Sorrows but I had recently bought the special rosary because I thought it was pretty. A prompting in my heart assured me this was the right thing to do and, determined to keep my ... (Continue reading)

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