Category Archives: Works of Mercy

St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe, August 14, 1941

St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe was executed in the Nazi German concentration camp at Auschwitz seventy-five years ago today for being a Catholic priest. He was a Conventual Franciscan friar and Guardian (leader, administrator) of Niepokalanow, then the world’s largest friary … Continue reading

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Prairie Hoof Farm

It seems like there’s been a flurry of meritorious GoFundMe campaigns during this Lenten/Easter season. Well, there’s another worthy campaign that I am bringing to your attention… PLEASE… if you can.. support Prairie Hoof Farm by Kevin and Mary Ford … Continue reading

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Help One Dying Veteran Have a Home

The other day I blogged about my wife’s efforts to help the homeless, in Tents for the Homeless. Now I’m exhorting you to consider another Work of Mercy: Miki Odendahl, a good online friend of mine from whom I’ve learned … Continue reading

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Please help a Marine Corp widow

The other day I blogged about my wife’s efforts to help the homeless, in Tents for the Homeless. Today is another day in which I’ll be exhorting you to consider another Work of Mercy Stephanie Price, Marine widow. Stephanie and … Continue reading

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I see… people in need of intercessory prayers

OK, that’s not quite as pop culture-iconic like the movie line, “I see dead people,” but that’s what I’ve been seeing over these past few years. What? All right, here goes: Ever since I relocated to western New York State … Continue reading

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