St. Cecilia’s Council of Catholic Women

The National Council of Catholic Women acts through its members to support, empower, and educate all Catholic women in spirituality, leadership, & service

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Let us turn to St. Juan Diego on his feast day, and pray for a true heart of humility like his own. For ourselves and the whole world.

National Council of Catholic Women

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Join us in praying the St. Andrew Christmas Novena! Beginning today and ending on Christmas day, this prayer is prayed 15 times each day for the duration of the Novena.

Read more at: https://www.praymorenovenas.com/st-andrew-christmas-novena

Pray As You Go

Today is the first #Sunday of #Advent.
Join us in #prayer to begin the season: https://pray-as-you-go.org/player/prayer/2020-11-29

Pope Francis Minute

Start preparing now for Advent!
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Dallas Deanery Council of Catholic Women

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The Feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary commemorates the story of Mary as a child in the temple being dedicated to doing and living the will of God.

What will you do today to live as the Blessed Virgin lived?

Great idea!

Our 2020 Woman of the Year! Congratulations Bertha Moreno!🎊

Pope Francis Minute

Married couples, listen up!
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Let us remember Who it is that we follow!

National Council of Catholic Women

Today is the #feast of All Souls. Let us all pray for our departed loved ones today - and throughout November! https://www.catholic.org/saints/allsouls/

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Remember the sufferings of Christ, the storms that were weathered…the crown that came from those sufferings which gave new radiance to the faith…All saints give testimony to the truth that without real effort, no one ever wins the crown. //Thomas Becket

On this "holy evening," the vigil of the Solemnity of All Saints, we celebrate the holy men and women who are recognized in the Catholic Church as residing in Heaven.
Let's celebrate by sharing our favorite saint in the comments!

Ask A Catholic Nun

Have you ever been to a Christmas Concert with the Daughters of St Paul? Like you, we'll be HOME FOR CHRISTMAS, but that gives us something to sing about in our first-ever Virtual Concert! IT'S FREE!

This year, you can be there with us. Mark your calendar for Thursday, DECEMBER 3 at 8pm EST and save the link: https://www.youtube.com/c/DaughtersofStPaul!

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We all know the Greatest Commandment, but how well are we living it?

Friends, we are called to love God with everything. Our whole being. Heart. Mind. And Soul.

Which do you struggle most with?

[10/25/20]   Covid-19 is hitting way too close to everyone's home. With a sad heart but with strong faith in the Heavenly Father, today I kneel down in prayer, asking for a full recovery of those with Covid-19 and in pain, and Lord I'm asking You to protect & cover us with your healing hands and precious blood . Please protect and strengthen the elderly, homeless, unemployed, sick, frontliners and caregivers who are exhausted but not giving up.

May I request you to put this prayer message on your status, for at least one day. Let us be united in praying for one another.
May God bless us!

In Jesus mighty name....
Amen. 🙏🏽

Positive Outlooks

Holy Spirit Catholic Church

We are the Lord's, and every day we receive from Him is a gift. Use today well!

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If you struggle with fear:

Do not fear what may happen tomorrow. The same loving Father who cares for you today will care for you tomorrow and every day. Either He will shield you from suffering, or He will give you unfailing strength to bear it. Be at peace, then, and put aside all anxious thoughts and imaginings. //St. Francis de Sales

Friend, you only need a little more courage than fear. God's got you.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Join Archbishop José H. Gomez of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, #USCCB President, bishops, priests, and Catholics across the country in praying a virtual rosary in a moment of unified prayer for America, asking Our Lady to bring healing where there is injury and unity where there is discord. usccb.org/rosary-america #RosaryForAmerica

Catholic Relief Services

Join us in saying the peace prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi on his feast day.

Holy Spirit Catholic Church

Adult Faith Formation, virtual classes!!
Formación de Fe para Adultos, ¡clases virtuales!

St. Cecilia Catholic Parish - Dallas

St Michael (Who is like God?)
Gabriel (Strength of God)
Raphael (Medicine of God)

Heavenly King,You have given us archangels to assist us during our pilgrimage on earth.

Saint Michael is our protector; I ask him to come to my aid, fight for all my loved ones, and protect us from danger.

Saint Gabriel is a messenger of the Good News; I ask him to help me clearly hear Your voice and to teach me the truth.

Saint Raphael is the healing angel; I ask him to take my need for healing and that of everyone I know, lift it up to Your throne of grace and deliver back to us the gift of recovery.

Help us, O Lord, to realize more fully the reality of the archangels and their desire to serve us.

Holy angels, pray for us. Amen.

National Council of Catholic Women

Save the Date! October 8th at 8 PM, eastern! The 100 Year History Book Virtual Launch Party! Trivia challenge and prizes! Stay tuned to this spot (and check your emails) for specific information on the Zoom party. #centennial #booklaunchparty #trivia

National Council of Catholic Women

Please join us for the September 16, 2020 Member Call led by Kathy Bonner who will be discussing Domestic Violence and preparations for Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October 2020). Learn what you can do in your parish and community! September 16th at 4:45 pm (PT), 5:45pm (MT), 6:45 pm (CT), and 7:45 pm (ET). Call in number: 515-606-5163 Access Code: 703993#
ALL ARE WELCOME!

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

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It is Well (cover)
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National Council of Catholic Women

It is here our History book just arrived in the office. If you preordered you should have it in a few weeks. If you didn’t order yours today go to
https://nccw.z2systems.com/np/clients/nccw/giftstore.jsp.

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Today we celebrate the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, a day to reflect on Mary’s remarkable life and honor her great gifts. Religious scholars and theologians, like Sr. Elizabeth Johnson in "Truly Our Sister," note that Mary was born in Nazareth, a tiny Galilean town of about 1,600 people. She was a brown skinned, first-century Jewish woman who belonged to a peasant family. She lived in poverty, unable to read or write, and her daily life and labor were hard. Yet she stands as one of the most celebrated women in history, the Mother of Jesus and the Mother of the Catholic Church.
On this feast day, we remember the life and death of Mary. We celebrate Mary’s bravery and willingness to say YES when asked by the Angel Gabriel to become the mother of Jesus. We recall the love shared between Mary and Jesus as she urged her son to help a friend at a wedding and he did. We marvel at her unflinching courage to endure the pain of watching the Roman Empire torture and crucify her son while never leaving his side. We rejoice, as she did, when the glory of the resurrection was revealed confirming God never abandons us.
On this feast day, we call on Mary to protect the young mothers, the children, and all vulnerable people struggling with the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic that has brought communities to a precipice. This includes the families of the more than 160,000 Americans who have died from the virus as well as the families grappling with new infections every day here and around the world. We ask Mary to be with the millions of low-wage workers here in the U.S., disproportionately in Black and Brown communities, as they struggle to put food on their tables and keep a roof over their heads.

We also summon the courage of Mary to continue our work to ensure Congress passes legislation to protect families like hers - the most vulnerable, the often forgotten. God’s love of those struggling in poverty is clear: Mary, a lowly, brown, peasant woman became the mother of God’s son. This is a holy paradox and a great lesson for those who seek to follow Jesus.

Let us commit today to fight for the bold and comprehensive legislation our people need to maintain their health, their dignity and their ability to thrive. Let us push past the forces of the State who fail to see, recognize or respond to the needs of those in poverty. Their willful indifference and deception condemns the vulnerable to misery and death.

On the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, let us follow in Mary’s footsteps.

Holy Mother Mary, pray for us.

National Council of Catholic Women

Every month on the 13th, NCCW hosts a #Rosary Call. Everyone is welcome! The August NCCW Rosary Call will be August 13th at 4:45 pm (PT), 5:45pm (MT), 6:45 pm (CT), and 7:45 pm (ET).

Call in number for ALL calls: 515-606-5163 Access Code:
703993#

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