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"In the world you will have distress, but do not be concerned; I have overcome the world"  (John 16: 33)

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May the Lord Jesus Christ be with you to defend you; within you to heal you; before you to lead you; behind you to guide you; above you to bless you!

 


Welcome! This web site is dedicated to you with the hope that it will enrich your life of and in prayer. 

Comments and suggestions are greatly welcome and may be submitted to Lisa through amdg@feastofsaints.com.

You may also send your own prayers/poems for possible use on the Prayers from Pilgrims Page.

What is the Feast of All Saints?

The feast of all saints is Jesus Christ. He is the banquet of the saints. He is the one who delights and nourishes and provides all fulfillment. And the way to the feast is prayer. That is why this site is dedicated to prayer.

If you are looking for detailed information on particular saints, please refer to the links noted on this website. There are several excellent sites that are dedicated to saintsí biographies.

As for this site, let us pray!


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Cure' of Ars - On Prayer

My children, you have a small heart, but prayer enlarges it and renders it capable of loving God. Prayer is a foretaste of heaven, a flowing out of a touch of paradise. It never leaves us without sweetness. It is a honey, which descends in the soul and sweetens everything. The troubles melt before a well said prayer like the snow before the sun.

Prayer is a fragrant dew; but it is necessary to pray with a pure heart to smell this dew. See my children, the treasure of a Christian is not on the earth, it is in heaven. Well! Our thought ought to go where our treasure is. Man has fine obligation, that of praying and of loving... You pray, you love: that is the happiness of man on the earth. Prayer is no other thing than a union with God.

When one has a heart pure and is united to God, one feels in oneself a balm, a sweetness which intoxicates, a light which dazzles. In this intimate union, God and the soul are like two pieces of wax melted together; they can no longer be separated. It is a very beautiful thing, this union of God with his little creature. It is a happiness that one is not able to understand. Prayer makes time pass with great speed, and so agreeably that one doesn't notice its duration. The more one prays, the more one wishes to pray.  (Saint John Vianney)


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