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How the Rosary Leads us to Christ

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The Rosary is known as a Marian prayer, but at its heart it is a meditation on the Incarnation and the work of Our Lord. In the Rosary, we contemplate Christ's life, death and Resurrection so completely that Pope Paul VI described it as a "compendium of the entire Gospel". Discover how the Rosary can lead us closer to Jesus in this blog.

St Thérèse of Lisieux – Saint of the Day – 1st October

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When Thérèse was finally accepted in the Carmelite convent, she discovered that it was far from the romantic life she had expected. While she realised that she was imperfect herself, she also had to suffer a lot from jealousy and pettiness of her sisters in the convent. What made her a saint is the way in which she dealt with this.

St Thérèse of Lisieux: An Example of Patience

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How can we endure the great suffering that may come our way if we cannot cope with the small annoyances of life? The great Carmelite saint, and Doctor of the Church, Thérèse of Lisieux (1873-1897), shows us that the way to great sanctity is the little way, the overcoming of little faults, motivated by love.

St Jerome – Saint of the Day – 30th September

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Having retired for a while to Syria to live as a hermit, St Jerome learnt Hebrew at the hands of a rabbi. He was later commissioned by Pope Damascus to revise the Latin version of the Bible. He went to Bethlehem to concentrate on this work, together with the writing of Scriptural commentaries and theological works.