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Maria é mais abençoado porque ela abraça a fé em Cristo do que por ela concebe a carne de Cristo.  St. Augustinho    

Maria é mais abençoado porque ela abraça a fé em Cristo do que por ela concebe a carne de Cristo. St. Augustinho

http://caballerodelainmaculada.blogspot.com/2010/05/oficio-de-la-ascencion-del-senor.html

http://caballerodelainmaculada.blogspot.com/2010/05/oficio-de-la-ascencion-del-senor.html

Natividad de Nuestro Señor / Grabado tomado de un misal del siglo XIX / http://gloria.tv/album/xsRqLuUGfAU/media/pXKRgsgRUaH

Natividad de Nuestro Señor / Grabado tomado de un misal del siglo XIX / http://gloria.tv/album/xsRqLuUGfAU/media/pXKRgsgRUaH

Advent / Christmas

Advent / Christmas

MYOM: Make Your Own Monstrance. There is power in the Eucharist. So much so that St. Clare of Assisi miraculously turned away an attack by soldiers just by showing them the Sacred Host in a monstrance.  Art Activity: Color and cutout a monstrance with two Hosts. Add a stand so it can sit up.  Materials: • Coloring pages printed on card stock, crayons, glitter, scissors, glue  http://www.massexplained.com/kids-mass-crafts-3/

MYOM: Make Your Own Monstrance. There is power in the Eucharist. So much so that St. Clare of Assisi miraculously turned away an attack by soldiers just by showing them the Sacred Host in a monstrance. Art Activity: Color and cutout a monstrance with two Hosts. Add a stand so it can sit up. Materials: • Coloring pages printed on card stock, crayons, glitter, scissors, glue http://www.massexplained.com/kids-mass-crafts-3/

Line art....so much theology in such a small area!

Line art....so much theology in such a small area!

The name “Jesus”, in Greek, is written ιησους , transliterated as “ihsous” and pronounced iēsous. However, in Hebrew, the name “Jesus” is written ישוע which is transliterated as “yeshu‘a” and pronounced yeshūa.Finally, in Latin, the Holy Name is written Iesus which gives us the English “Jesus”). The insignia “IHS” comes from the Latinized version of the Greek ιησους, [ In Greek capitals this would be ΙΗΣΟΥΣ or IHSOUS in Latin letters] taking the first three letters in capitals IHS(ous).

The name “Jesus”, in Greek, is written ιησους , transliterated as “ihsous” and pronounced iēsous. However, in Hebrew, the name “Jesus” is written ישוע which is transliterated as “yeshu‘a” and pronounced yeshūa.Finally, in Latin, the Holy Name is written Iesus which gives us the English “Jesus”). The insignia “IHS” comes from the Latinized version of the Greek ιησους, [ In Greek capitals this would be ΙΗΣΟΥΣ or IHSOUS in Latin letters] taking the first three letters in capitals IHS(ous).

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