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Saturday Vigil 06:00 pm, 07:30 pm
Eves of Holy Days 06:00 pm
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The Wilton Justice Group

Call to Action!

March 27th, 2018|0 Comments

Call to Action! The Wilton Justice group organised two events during Lent, both calling us to action. The

Saint of the Day
  • Saint Paul of the Cross

    Saint Paul of the Cross originally named Paolo Francesco Danei, was born on 3 January 1694, in the town of Ovada, Piedmont, between Turin and Genoa in the Duchy of Savoy in northern Italy. He is considered to be among the greatest Catholic mystics of the eighteenth century. The post Saint Paul of the Cross appeared first on uCatholic.

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  • Pope: The prayer of Christians must be the breath of the Church

    In a previously unpublished work, Pope Francis highlights the role of prayer in the Christian life. The text is contained in a new book entitled La Preghiera. Il respiro della vita nuova, (Prayer: the breath of the new life) published by the Libreria Editrice Vaticana (LEV), the Vatican publishing house; an extract appears in Avvenire, the daily paper of the Italian Bishops’ Conference. “La Preghiera” gathers together several of the Pope’s discourses on prayer, in particular his comments on the “Our Father”, and features a preface by the Orthodox Patriarch of Moscow, Kirill. The book will be released in Italy and France on 24 October.

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