Second Sunday of Advent


Today is the second Sunday of Advent! The second candle that we light today is the candle of PEACE. Wishing you all a wonderful and peaceful Sunday!


Morning Prayer


In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ I will begin this day.

I thank you, Lord, for having preserved me during the night. I will do my best to make all I do today pleasing to You and in accordance with Your will. My dear mother Mary, watch over me this day. My Guardian Angel, take care of me. St. Joseph and all you saints of God, pray for me.

O Jesus, through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I offer You my prayers, works, joys and sufferings of this day for all the intentions ofYour Sacred Heart, in union with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass throughout the world, in reparation for my sins, for the intentions of all my relatives and friends, and in particular for the intentions of the Holy Father.

I wish to gain all the indulgences attached to the prayers I shall say and the good works I shall perform this day. Amen.



“Love Being Catholic” Christmas Gift idea!

This signature “Love Being Catholic” long sleeve tee is a great Christmas gift for that special Catholic in your life. (Or buy one for yourself!) What a comfy way to share your love and joy for your Catholic faith! (Order this week and it will arrive in time for Christmas.)

I got mine in the mail yesterday – love it!

In Christ, 


Love Being Catholic – Christmas Gift idea! $2.00 off each mug – Happy Advent!

Dear Love Being Catholic Friends,

I’ve had many request for items that would make cute Christmas gifts for family, your child’s religion teacher, co-workers and friends – so thought Cyber Monday would be a great day to launch this signature “Love Being Catholic” mug. What better way to drink coffee or tea as your say your morning prayers! Order today – thank you for your support!

In Christ,


Archbishop Fulton Sheen

Jesus carrying lamb

“When God takes someone from us, it is always for a good reason. When the sheep have grazed and thinned the grass in the lower regions, the shepherd will take a little lamb in his arms, carry it up the mountain where the grass is green, lay it down, and soon the other sheep will follow. Every now and then our Lord takes a lamb from the parched field of a family up to those Heavenly Green Pastures, that the rest of the family may keep their eyes on their true home and follow through.” Archbishop Fulton Sheen