The Catholic Moms Group of Pittsburgh, in cooperation with the priests of the Pittsburgh Oratory, is pleased to offer an hour of Eucharistic adoration specifically for families, 10-11AM on Mondays. An outgrowth of the successful perpetual adoration made available in the William R. Donnelly Chapel of St. Philip Neri at the Ryan Catholic Newman Center, [...]
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–May 25–Philip’s Miraculous Gifts PHILIP’S great and solid virtues were crowned and adorned by the divine Majesty with various and extraordinary favours, which he in vain used every artifice, if possible, to hide. It was the good-pleasure of God to enable him to penetrate His ineffable mysteries and to know His marvellous providences by means [...]
–May 24–Philip’s Care for the Salvation of Souls WHEN he was a young priest, and had gathered about him a number of spiritual persons, his first wish was to go with them all to preach the gospel to the heathen of India, where St. Francis Xavier was engaged in his wonderful career—and he only gave [...]
–May 23– Philip’s Patience PHILIP was for years and years the butt and laughing-stock of all the hangers-on of the great palaces of the nobility at Rome, who said all the bad of him that came into their heads, because they did not like to see a virtuous and conscientious man. This sarcastic talk against him [...]
–May 22–Philip’s Cheerfulness PHILIP welcomed those who consulted him with singular benignity, and received them, though strangers, with as much affection as if he had been a long time expecting them. When he was called upon to be merry, he was merry; when he was called upon to feel sympathy with the distressed, he was equally [...]