Posts From Fr Richard Heilman

Day 54, Novena for Our Nation – No Cross, No Crown!

DAY 54 – OUR LADY OF VICTORY, PRAY FOR US NO CROSS, NO CROWN! No cross, no crown. No pain, no gain. No guts, no glory. St. James summons us

Day 53, Novena for Our Nation – The Precepts

DAY 53 – OUR LADY OF GOOD HELP, PRAY FOR US THE PRECEPTS The Precepts of the Catholic Church are a description of the absolute minimum actions required of Catholics

Day 52, Novena for Our Nation – Power of Prayer

DAY 52 – OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE, PRAY FOR US POWER OF PRAYER The heroes of our faith are the warrior saints who have gone before us. God worked mightily

Preparing for Nineveh 90

NOW, is a wonderful time to, in essence, “warm-up” for Nineveh 90. For example, maybe take this time to ease into your exercise program that will begin on February 13.

Day 51, Novena for Our Nation – “Seeking Harmony”

DAY 51 – OUR LADY OF FATIMA, PRAY FOR US SEEKING HARMONY There are actually three wounds that ravage souls and bring spiritual death to them by turning away from

Day 50, Novena for Our Nation – Go Weapons Hot!

DAY 50 – OUR LADY OF AMERICA, PRAY FOR US GO WEAPONS HOT “Go Weapons Hot” is a military command that means to make whatever preparations are necessary so that

Holiness = Low-Maintenance

St. Paul said, in today’s second reading, “…you who have been sanctified in Christ Jesus, called to be holy.” If you boil it all down, everything we do at our parishes

Communion on the Tongue Is an Apostolic Tradition

Statements from Popes, Saints and Church Councils: St. Sixtus 1 (circa 115): “The Sacred Vessels are not to be handled by others than those consecrated to the Lord.” St. Basil

Day 49, Novena for Our Nation – Living a Supernatural Life

DAY 49 – MARY, QUEEN OF PEACE, PRAY FOR US LIVE A SUPERNATURAL LIFE Surveys by Gallup, the National Opinion Research Center, and the Pew Organization conclude that spiritually committed

Day 48, Novena for Our Nation – King: Shock Troops

DAY 48 – MARY, QUEEN OF THE FAMILY, PRAY FOR US SHOCK TROOPS KING: As Jean-Baptiste Chautard recounts in his book The Soul of the Apostolate, Pope St. Pius X was