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Grace Force Podcast Episode 95: Prayers Are Working. A Momentum Has Begun!

Prayers Are Working. A Momentum Has Begun! We were excited to have Cathy Gilmore come on the Grace Force. Cathy is an advocate for what promotes faith, energizes virtue, and

I Can’t Abandon Them. I Have No Choice

I Can’t Abandon Them. I Have No Choice. (Retreat meditations) I am very good friends with some of the priests being persecuted, and I am becoming friends with more of

Grace Force Podcast Episode 94: Dr. Dan Schneider – No Fear – Improvise, Adapt, Overcome

Dr. Dan Schneider – No Fear – Improvise, Adapt, Overcome In the midst of the utter chaos, violence and deepening darkness that our world is facing, the need to be instruments

Act of Reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus goes back at least to the 11th century, but through the 16th century, it remained a private devotion, often tied to devotion to

We Are All Called to Be God’s Shock Troops!

Sacrifice – Sacrum Facere, means “to make holy.” When someone consciously sacrifices himself, this is the most substantial move toward making himself holy. Sacrificing his self means letting go of his

If I Was President of the United States

The struggle now going on for the world will never be decided by bombs or rockets, by armies or military might. The real crisis we face today is a spiritual

Tonight! Holy Hour to Pray for the USA & Mask Burning Party!

Dear Family, Please, please, please consider joining us this tonight, June 3, 6pm – 7pm at St. Mary of Pine Bluff for a Holy Hour of Adoration to pray for

Grace Force Podcast Episode 93: Fr. Dwight Longenecker – Confronting the Heart of Darkness

Confronting the Heart of Darkness Fr. Dwight Longenecker explains his fascinating journey to the Catholic priesthood: “I was brought up in an Evangelical home in Pennsylvania. After graduating from the

Padre Pio Power! Sacred Heart Novena for Our Nation, June 2-10

When someone asks you to pray for them, why not pray with “Padre Pio Power”? When I heard that the prayer below (written by St. Margaret Mary Alacoque) was the