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|Saint of the Day – May 1 St Joseph the Worker Foster-father/father of Jesus Christ, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Prince and Patron of the Universal Church Also Patron of Catholic Church,.......... Awestruck.tv

"The Chapel of the Visitation in the Church of Gesù Nuovo in Naples is dedicated to Saint Giuseppe Moscati, where he is buried. Known for his deep faith and for being a miracle-worker, Saint Giuseppe Moscati was the first doctor to be canonized by the Catholic Church in 1987. His feast day is celebrated on November 16."

"The Chapel of the Visitation in the Church of Gesù Nuovo in Naples is dedicated to Saint Giuseppe Moscati, where he is buried. Known for his deep faith and for being a miracle-worker, Saint Giuseppe Moscati was the first doctor to be canonized by the Catholic Church in 1987. His feast day is celebrated on November 16."

El Atocha - Christ Child with Angel

El Atocha - Christ Child with Angel

Brompton Oratory - London, U.K. Built in 1884, in the Italianate Baroque style, the Brompton Oratory is an exact imitation of the Church of the Gesu in Rome and sports some genuine Italian fittings. These unique, eye-catching treasures predate the building which also boasts an ornate, colourful ceiling, curving up to a 50-foot vaulted dome. The first Roman Catholic Church to be built in London after the Reformation.

Brompton Oratory - London, U.K. Built in 1884, in the Italianate Baroque style, the Brompton Oratory is an exact imitation of the Church of the Gesu in Rome and sports some genuine Italian fittings. These unique, eye-catching treasures predate the building which also boasts an ornate, colourful ceiling, curving up to a 50-foot vaulted dome. The first Roman Catholic Church to be built in London after the Reformation.

Quote of the Day – 6 March    “If there be a true way  that leads to the  Everlasting Kingdom,  it is most certainly that  of suffering, patiently endured.”    St Colette#mypic

Quote of the Day – 6 March “If there be a true way that leads to the Everlasting Kingdom, it is most certainly that of suffering, patiently endured.” St Colette#mypic

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