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Author Janet Moore
Janet Moore can’t think of a better way to begin this journey into this Extraordinary Year of Mercy then to follow along as Flynn unpacks encyclicals of Mercy, the Sacraments, the Pascal Mystery, the Divine Mercy Messages, Image and Devotions, and the Divine Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist – demonstrating how they actualize God’s unending “Mercy Full” Love for us.
Janet Moore prays that St. Bartholomew will intercede for us in dark and evil times and help us remain strong and steadfast in our trials.
Janet Moore reminisces: “I was good at playing with my kids when they were young, but…how often I forgot or was too overwhelmed to enjoy and play with my teens?” Here she reminds moms why it’s important to take the time, no matter what age the child is.
Janet Moore shares the power of the Rosary as a devotional prayer.
Janet Moore offers a prayer for parents who have experienced struggles in their marriage and families.
Janet Moore reflects on the story of Jesus being turned away from a town after freeing two demoniacs from posession. Jesus not only saved us, but showed us how to live in harmony with our nature, for we are not mere animals, but human persons made in the image and likeness of God, in Whom, we were created! Therefore, when we follow Christ, we are most truly ourselves.
In a world that reviles and mocks God and acts as though He does not exist, we have a great need for all Christians to be united in faith! Janet Moore shares her testimony for our Faith and Hope in Jesus, ALIVE IN THE EUCHARIST.
A glory and a freedom that we can experience even on earth, especially in the Eucharist and Holy Communion, when He again rends the heavens and comes down to live inside of us – proclaiming to our souls, “It is finished!”
Want a simple, easy, and yummy way to celebrate Easter with your family? Regardless of age, all members of your family will enjoy this tasty, meaningful breakfast item. They are unbelievably yummy, easy, quick and fun for little ones to help with — and end up looking like an empty tomb! So they provide a great way to celebrate and speak of the meaning of Easter at the same time!
As the God Man, Jesus endured such cruelty and felt every physical and emotional blow, and yet being Love Himself, He could not NOT love — and so even as He was being abused, he loved and forgave his attackers (Read: He loved me and forgave me – and each of us!) immeasurably… completely …. forgiving each of us whom He created out of love, even as they (I, we) abused, mocked, ridiculed and blasphemed Him by our sinful, selfish ways!
The Rosary encourages taking time to ponder and reflect on the life of Christ. To call to mind Our Savior – Jesus – in His Incarnation, Life, Death, Resurrection and Ascension and Glory in Heaven, with the aid of Scripture and His Blessed Mother’s help and prayers.
Janet Moore offers a Catholic perspective on the new film “Old Fashioned”.
What a wondrous gift you were (are) to Mary…
The Father couldn’t have asked Mary to carry the Messiah if you had not been there.
Many times, our hearts and minds are so filled with trying to provide a perfect Christmas for our families, that the season of Advent — a time meant to be filled with prayerful quiet and joyful anticipation of Christ’s birth — has been completely derailed and lost…