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This little rhyme might show you how to say—
O Good Saint Anne, I am named for you, Will you make me good and Holy and true?
When Our Lady looks down from Heaven. To admire your princely repose. She says to the angels around her,
Look at the morning Anna Maria, Look at the bright blue sky! These are the reflections, Anna Maria, Of beauties that are on high.
Agnes Mary you are so sweet, Your little hands, and your little feet. Your little mouth, and your big eyes,
I know how dear my God can be, Who thought in all eternity, An exquisite plan of darling Anne And all the sweetness that is she. From Divine Alchemy
This is an audio companion to the Syllabus of the St. Augustine Institute. There are six lively talks covering the purpose of the Institute, its program, philosophy, and
Peter, a little nobleman of heaven Pays tribute today to number seven. Seven for the sacraments he
I know that Mariam Is a child of light; She smiles at the morning And frowns at the night. From Divine Alchemy
This must be going to be a good day, For Leonard wasn’t stubborn and didn’t delay, And even Peter
This commentary of Chapter 20 of Saint John is on Christ’s resurrection and manifestation to his disciples. This is the next to the last chapter of Saint John’s Gospel and it is the story of the Resurrection and the appearances of
My Guardian Angel brave and true I am happy to be named for you. I am glad to find That in my mind Each thought must be angelic too.
When almost all has been done or said There is no better place for the hat than the head. From Divine Alchemy
When Jesus filled the sky of Tabor With His glory once released, A voice was heard to tell from heaven Why God is now appeased: “This is my beloved Son In whom I am well pleased. ”
(Not a literal translation) My heaven is to find my Savior and Lord. A prisoner of love in my Heart to adore