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Meet St. Cyril of Alexandria | Socials with the Saints

Have a Social with the Saints! Enjoy tea & treats at home as we meet St. Cyril of Alexandria, Doctor of the Church who had a major role in theological debates of early Christendom.

Hear his story, and be inspired to know & love God more, thanks to the example of St. Cyril.

How-To

1. Meet St. Cyril of Alexandria
At the time listed, watch the video below (or via our social media).

2. Discussion
Listen as we discuss how St. Catherine can inspire us in daily life. Use the audio player below (or your favorite podcast app).

3. Live with Hope!
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Miss the premiere time? All media will be available on-demand afterwards.

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Washington, DC – Immaculate Heart Chapel

Come on an audio pilgrimage with Deacon Tom & Mary Jane Fox to the Immaculate Heart Chapel, located in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C.

During our time together, our Hosts discuss the following:

  • Is this the only chapel located in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception?
  • Where in the Basilica is the chapel located?
  • What is the connection to St. Anthony Mary Claret to the Immaculate Heart of Mary?
  • Much more!

Image captured from National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception website


Listen to this program now:


Jewel for the Journey:

“If you put all the love of the mothers into one heart it still would not equal the love of the Heart of Mary for her children.” – St. Louis de Montfort


Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary:

Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, and tender Mother of all people,
I consecrate myself to you and to your Immaculate Heart,
and recommend to you my family, my country, and the whole human race.
Please accept my consecration, dearest Mother, and use me as you wish
to accomplish your designs upon the world.
O Immaculate Heart of Mary, Queen of Heaven and earth,
rule over me, and teach me how to allow the
Heart of Jesus to rule and triumph in me and around me,
as it has ruled and triumphed in you. Amen.


A Closer Look at the Immaculate Heart Chapel:

Image captured from National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception website


Where is the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception?


To listen to our audio pilgrimage to Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C., click here.

The Ultimate Fruit | Meet Mary

Nazareth – Church of St. Joseph & St. Joseph the Worker

Come on a journey with Deacon Tom and Mary Jane Fox, to Nazareth in the Holy Land! You will hear how Nazareth was at the time of Jesus and how it is today. Virtually walk with them through ancient Nazareth and visit the Church built over the home of Joseph.  Learn more about this man, Joseph who was the chaste spouse of Mary, the Mother of God, and the foster father of Jesus, the Son of God.

During this program, they will also discuss:

  • The history of the Church of St. Joseph.
  • The significance of this holy site.
  • Joseph’s obedience.
  • Much more!

Listen to this program now:


Spiritual Exercises for this Year of St. Joseph:

  • Read Pope Francis’ Patris Corde
  • Read John Paul II’s Guardian of the Redeemer
  • Display a Statue, Image, or Icon of St Joseph in your home with a perpetual candle burning by it. Place your intentions there at “his feet”. Entrusting him to watch over you and your intentions.
    • Include the names of your deceased loved ones and friends. He is the patron Saint of the Dying.
    • Joseph as a powerful intercessor before Jesus & Mary for the salvation of souls.
  • Pray to St. Joseph daily.
  • Make an Act of Consecration to St. Joseph.
  • Make an appointment with the Holy Family each week. Spend at least an ½ hour or preferably an hour in Adoration of Jesus in the Eucharist if possible; or at home. Include time with Mary and Joseph as well….asking their guidance to help you grow in holiness.

Jewel for the Journey:

“Devotion to St. Joseph is one of the choicest graces that God can give to a soul, for it is tantamount to revealing the entire treasury of our Lord’s graces. When God wishes to raise a soul to greater heights, he unites it to St. Joseph by giving it a strong love for the good saint.” – St. Peter Julian Eymard


Closing Prayer to St. Joseph (The Memorare):

Remember, O most chaste spouse of the Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who implored your help and sought your intercession were left unassisted. Full of confidence in your power I fly unto you and beg your protection. Despise not O Guardian of the Redeemer my humble supplication, but in your bounty, hear and answer me. Amen.


A Closer Look at the Church of S. Joseph:


Where is the Church of St. Joseph?

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