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We have been invited by the School Sisters of Notre Dame (St. Louis) to join with religious congregations, friends, family, associates, and co-workers in a collaborative “Day of Prayer” on November 3rd – Election Day in the United States.
In this post, three simple resources are offered in regard to Catholic Social Teaching. You are invited and encouraged to use any or all to prompt reflection on the importance of Catholic Social Teaching in our political and voting decisions.
Saint Pius V established this feast in 1573. The purpose was to thank God for the victory of Christians over the Turks at Lepanto—a victory attributed to the praying of the rosary. Clement XI extended the feast to the universal Church in 1716.
We Will See the Sun Rise Again.
Dorothy Day was an admirer of Thérèse (she even named her own daughter Teresa), seeing in her that “however politically or socially involved a person may be, the love that motivates him or her is far more important than exterior accomplishments.”
Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael.