Saturday, February 25, 2012

Lean your head on Mary's heart: The power of Mary!

Lean your head on Mary's heart: The power of Mary!: "But the power of Mary over all the devils will especially shine forth in the latter times, when Satan will lay snares against her heel: th...

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Raising (& Teaching) Little Saints | Catholic Homeschooling and Traditional Catholic: Lent Day One: Unplugged Living

Raising (& Teaching) Little Saints | Catholic Homeschooling and Traditional Catholic: Lent Day One: Unplugged Living: Lent Day One: Unplugged Living Our family is in the middle of packing for a big move across three states North of us so when I thought of...

Lean your head on Mary's heart: Our Mediatrix!

Lean your head on Mary's heart: Our Mediatrix!: Calling Mary a mediatrix might sound exotic and even daunting. But mediatrix simply means, according to the dictionary, a woman who is a med...

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Lean your head on Mary's heart: From Mary's hands to us.

Lean your head on Mary's heart: From Mary's hands to us.: Leo XIII says, "It may be affirmed that, according to God's will, nothing comes to us without going through Mary's hands. Just as no one can...

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Lean your head on Mary's heart: A prayer from the Angel

Lean your head on Mary's heart: A prayer from the Angel: In his book, Fatima for Today , Fr. Andrew Apostoli, C. F. R. said, "The Body and Blood with which Jesus feeds us in the Most Blessed Sacra...

Monday, February 13, 2012

Lean your head on Mary's heart: First post: Lean your head on Mary's heart

Lean your head on Mary's heart: First post: Lean your head on Mary's heart: Just recently, a couple of days before the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, I told a friend who was traveling that if she was worried or couldn...

Saturday, February 4, 2012

View from the Domestic Church: Endorsement from Fr. Benedict Groeschel

View from the Domestic Church: Endorsement from Fr. Benedict Groeschel

A Catholic Woman's Book of Prayers Review

Review from Karen Edmisten:

A Catholic Woman's Book of Prayers (just like Donna-Marie's Catholic Prayer Book for Mothers) is another great "take along" book. Substantial, prayerful, but slim and handy to keep in your purse. You can always count on Donna-Marie when you need a Mom-Boost


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Thank you very much, Karen! May God bless you and yours!


This book (as is all of my others) is available at my website: www.donnacooperoboyle.com

View from the Domestic Church: Review: Bringing Lent Home with Mother Teresa

View from the Domestic Church: Review: Bringing Lent Home with Mother Teresa