Sunday, May 11, 2008

Mary, Our Mother

I need almost no excuse to re-post this video. Remember, Christ gave us His Mother to be our mother as He hung on the cross, suffering for our sins.


Marilena said...

Happy mothers day to the most wonderful mother of them all, the Holy Immaculate Mother, Mary! and happy mothers day to you. God bless you.

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Thanks, Marilena!

AutumnRose said...

That's lovely ~ thank you!
I tagged you today:
I must get that Horlicks in the post soon, too ~ sorry for the delay!
:) AR xx

Rebecca said...

So I found a site you might find funny (or hate, haha)... there's a great site called "stuff christians like" that is a humorous take on the wacky things evangelical christians do, which i naturally find HILARIOUS. but then i stumbled across a site that is a play on that called "stuff catholics like ( and thought you would find it equally amusing (examples: "making saints" and "seeing non-catholics wear catholid stuff"). let me know if you like it : )

-your favorite niece from baltimore

kee said...

Hello there,
I came across your lovely website while I was looking for a picture of the statue that cured St Therese on this day in 1883. I hope you don't mind, but I put it on my blog for today. I thought you might like to know that today is the anniversary of the day a young St Therese was cured.

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Thanks, AutumnRose!

Rebecca, I've run across Stuff Catholic's Like Blog before and it is hilarious! I can't argue with the statement of purpose: "This blog is about stuff Catholics like. Some of the stuff, like felt banners, Catholics shouldn’t like but do for reasons they will have to explain to God."

--Your favorite Aunt from Baltimore :)

Kee--thanks for stopping by. I didn't know this was the anniversary of St. Therese's cure. Stop by again!

Anonymous said...

Oh my ... how beautiful ... there are tears in my eyes. What a privilege to have this lovely Lady as our Mother -- what a gift she is to all of us.

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

I agree, Anon! Thanks for stopping by!

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