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"Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do." - Blessed John XXIII

"Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do." - Blessed John XXIII

Brasão do pontificado do Papa Francisco (Foto: Escritório de Imprensa da Santa Sé/AFP)

Brasão do pontificado do Papa Francisco (Foto: Escritório de Imprensa da Santa Sé/AFP)

Pope John XXIII    saw him when he came to Chicago in the 70's or was it 80's  downtown was  under a spell - really was beautiful

Pope John XXIII saw him when he came to Chicago in the 70's or was it 80's downtown was under a spell - really was beautiful

Beato Papa Juan Pablo II  Encuentra todo sobre su vida y santidad en www.aciprensa.com/juanpabloii

Beato Papa Juan Pablo II Encuentra todo sobre su vida y santidad en www.aciprensa.com/juanpabloii

Pope Benedict XVI (before he was Pope) with a cat. He loves cats, and always fed the strays near the Vatican.

Pope Benedict XVI (before he was Pope) with a cat. He loves cats, and always fed the strays near the Vatican.

St. Notburga, Patroness of poor peasants and servants in the Tyrol. Born in Rattenberg, in the Tyrol, she was the daughter of peasants. At eighteen she became a servant in the household of Count Henry of Rattenberg When Notburga repeatedly gave food to the poor, she was dismissed by Count Henry’s wife, Ottilia, and took up a position as a servant to a humble farmer. Feastday, September 14

St. Notburga, Patroness of poor peasants and servants in the Tyrol. Born in Rattenberg, in the Tyrol, she was the daughter of peasants. At eighteen she became a servant in the household of Count Henry of Rattenberg When Notburga repeatedly gave food to the poor, she was dismissed by Count Henry’s wife, Ottilia, and took up a position as a servant to a humble farmer. Feastday, September 14

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