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Our Lady of Akita is the Catholic title of the Blessed Virgin Mary associated with a wooden statue venerated by faithful Japanese Catholics who hold it to be miraculous.
The image is known due to the Marian apparitions reported in 1973 by Sister Agnes Katsuko Sasagawa in the remote area of Yuzawadai, an outskirt of Akita, Japan.
The messages emphasize prayer (especially recitation of the Holy Rosary) and penance in combination with cryptic visions prophesying sacerdotal persecution and heresy within the Catholic Church.
The weeping statue of Our Lady of Akita was videotaped by TV Tokyo Channel 12 in December 1973. The blood type of the statue and its sweat and tear type were found to be types B and AB, respectively. It is pictured here.
11 dicembre: S. Damaso I papa ❄️
(Papa dal 01/10/366 al 11/12/384)
Spagnolo di origine, ma probabilmente nato a Roma, Damaso divenne Papa nel 366, dopo la pace costantiniana. Si adoperò affinché la catacombe non cadessero in rovina e non fosse perduta la memoria dei martiri. Man mano che ne rintracciava le tombe, le ornava di poetiche epigrafi di sua composizione. Ma non fu solo archeologo e letterato. Agì con fermezza di fronte al rappresentante del potere civile, l'imperatore, e commissionò a san Girolamo la traduzione in latino della Bibbia. Morì nel 384.
(Si ricordano anche:
San Masona di Merida vescovo,
San Pablo di Merida vescovo,
San Fivetino di Redon monaco,
Santa Mirabilia di Gesù Pidal y Chico de Guzmán vergine carmelitana,
San Daniele lo Stilita sacerdote,
Santi Vittorico e Fusciano martiri...)
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This week, Abiding Together continues their Advent mini series (follow link in bio) on the Fellowship of the Feminine Genius and they interview the lovely Ali Hoffman!
Ali is also known as “theoodlesofdoodles” on Instagram where she creates beautiful quotes and art and is also a full time youth director. We chat with Ali about women being able to celebrate one another’s gifts and live in community over competition and much more!
One Thing They Love This Week:
Sr. Miriam’s One thing – Art piece Bouguereau- Song of the Angels
Michelle’s other one thing – Love is Christmas – Sara Bareilles
Heather’s One Thing – Matt Maher “Jingle Bells”
Ali’s One Thing – Prayer from her favorite priest: “Praise You Jesus, Thank You Jesus, Love You Jesus!”
What does it look like to relate as community instead of as competitors?
What do people need to safely share their gifts with other people without feeling threatened or insufficient?
What is one thing that God is speaking to you this Advent?
How can I grow in my friendships and offer love more freely?
Do you believe like Mary that God will fulfill His promises?
How can you slow done this Week of Advent?
Quote to Ponder:
“Advent is a time for this arising.” – Catherine Doughtery
Scripture of the Week – Luke 1:39-56
“At that time Mary got ready and hurried to a town in the hill country of Judea,where she entered Zechariah’s home and greeted Elizabeth. When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the baby leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit. In a loud voice she exclaimed: “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the child you will bear! But why am I so favored, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? As soon as the sound of your greeting reached my ears, the baby in my womb leaped for joy. Blessed is she who has believed that the Lord would fulfill his promises to her!”
We're coming off a WILD #NFL weekend! Our buddy @jonwiener is covering it all tonight. Tune in to the Jon Wiener Show for a recap of an exciting week 14. Listen live on The Zone 105.9 from 6:00-7:15 p.m.
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It's my birthday 🎂🎊🎉🎈. Truth be told...I didn't think that I would live this long. I always thought that I would have gone out in a blaze of glory during the war in Iraq. But that did not happen. I came back...alive...and with all of my original body parts.
Why, though? That's something I have pondered for years as I went through a decade-long period of readjustment. And in all honesty, I'm still readjusting a little.
When I wake up, I often asked myself, "why am I still here?" "What is this Plan, " I ask. Don't get me wrong. I'm thankful that I'm still here. And I'm also thankful that I have a fully functioning healthy body with a fast metabolism and an unusually strong immune system that doesn't get ill, and it heals itself at an alarmingly rapid rate. I am thankful for this genetic mutation that I have. It is a blessing.
But now that I've been around time; I going to use this time to figure out why and what His Plan is.
Had to do the wod alone today. But I still had the support of @goslo and @jbarroso52 (who was recording) You could tell by my faces that I didn't want to do it 😂
But... exercise will make you feel better, boost our mood, and confidence. It helps your body to have a high pain tolerance, works to improve brain power, concentration, helps with depression and anxiety. The list goes on and on but you get the picture. So take some time for yourself and get that body moving! Oh and the sound is off because you don't need to hear what we tell each other 😂😂😂😂 #saintswin#whodat#rockinmysaintsshirt#saints