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    O God, Master of this passing world, hear the humble voices of your children. The Sea of Galilee obeyed your order and returned to its former quietude; you are still the Master of land and sea. We live in the shadow of a danger over which we have no control. The Gulf, like a provoked and angry giant, can awake from its seeming lethargy, overstep its conventional boundaries, invade our land and spread chaos and disaster. During this hurricane season, we turn to You, O loving Father. Spare us from past tragedies whose memories are still so vivid and whose wounds seem to refuse to heal with the passing of time. O Virgin, Star of the Sea, Our Beloved Mother, we ask you to plead with your Son in our behalf, so that spared from the calamities common to this area and animated with a true spirit of gratitude, we will walk in the footsteps of your Divine Son to reach the heavenly Jerusalem where a storm-less eternity awaits us. Amen. Originally dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Audrey in 1957. - Fr. Al Volpe, Cameron Parish, LA

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Prayer to End Abortion

  • Prayer to End Abortion
    Lord God, I thank you today for the gift of my life, And for the lives of all my brothers and sisters. I know there is nothing that destroys more life than abortion, Yet I rejoice that you have conquered death by the Resurrection of Your Son. I am ready to do my part in ending abortion. Today I commit myself Never to be silent, Never to be passive, Never to be forgetful of the unborn. I commit myself to be active in the pro-life movement, And never to stop defending life Until all my brothers and sisters are protected, And our nation once again becomes A nation with liberty and justice Not just for some, but for all, Through Christ our Lord. Amen!

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October 18, 2007



Recipe please!!!!!


Oma is sooooooo proud of you. I'm so glad that you don't mind handling lizards. Oma thinks they are sooooooo cute and neat. I always cringe when I think of anyone or anything mistreating lizards. They hurt no one and help by eating pesky moquitoes! Oma taught your mom and your uncle to respect lizards and to handle them gently. They are so much fun to watch. They r-o-l-l their eyes and look at you sideways and then if you're r e a l l y quiet, they'll begin to creep slowly and sometimes stick out their colorful skin under their chin. They will also stay around and keep coming out near the same spots over and over again as long as you are gentle and not scare them.
Love you,
Oma :)


Love it, Cay! Who said these sweet babies of ours could get SO old! Malachy is 6 on Saturday! Annie's turn is coming up..........and her baby look is so suddenly gone.

You are SUCH a good momma!

Go.....renew you self.

All is well at home....or will be. ;)


What wonderful pictures of your fun together. I second the request for the recipe.

Ann Y

Cay, I love bread pudding and have never in my life made it! Would you share your recipe? It looks like yours has peaches. I've had apple and plain and I buy it (only once in while)from a local small supermarket that makes it daily.


We love bread pudding....but we love lizards even more!

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    God our Father, Open our hearts to your Presence. Open our minds to your Guidance. Open our lives to your Love, Through the intercession of Our Lady Bless us, bless our family and our home. Make us an instrument of your peace And a sign of your presence. Unite us to your Son, Jesus, in such a way That all who see and know us may see and know Jesus. By our unity to Him on Earth, Unite us to Him Forever in Heaven. With faith and confidence We ask this in the Name of Jesus Christ, Your Son, our Lord. Amen.

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