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LOM 70

LOM 70



St. Andrew Christmas Novena

St. Andrew Novena

St. Andrew Novena


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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Thanksgiving Holiday

In November Charisletter - Catholic Center for Charismatic Renewal Newsletter
Archdiocese of San Antonio

Celebrating the Thanksgiving Holiday is an opportunity for us to look back and see what the Lord has done for us, with us, and through us.

From the very beginning our ancestors knew that without God we could do nothing.

We must ensure that the real meaning of the feast is in thanksgiving to God for all the blessings he has bestowed on us throughout the year.

We thank you Lord for your goodness, your love and all that we have received this last year.

We also thank our Blessed Mother for having given us her only begotten Son, who in turn gave us his Holy Spirit.

He is with us always!

All Glory, honor and praise to Jesus the Lord!