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NEW! Father's Day

 Castle tower wallpaper

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Knight holding a banner saying "Credo" wallpaper

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Statue of a knight leading a charge on a horse - wallpaper

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Painting of the Holy Family with the caption "Saint Joseph, Model of Fathers, Pray for us" -Wallpaper

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Wallpaper of a banner of a lion on a red background

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Wallpaper - a man's hands holding a rosary

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Wallpaper of a statue of Saint Joseph holding the child Jesus with the caption "Saint Joseph, Model of Fathers, Pray for us!"

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Wallpaper of a painting of St. Joseph holding baby Jesus with the caption Saint Joseph, Model of Fathers, Pray for us!

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Wallpaper of a sword laying on a wooden table with chainmail

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Fatima

Fatima Wallpaper 1 - Statue of Our Lady of Fatima with Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary in the background

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Fatima Wallpaper - Our Lady of Fatima with Bell tower in background. "In the end my Immaculate Heart will triumph!"

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Fatima Wallpaper - colored drawing of Our Lady of Fatima appearing to the three shepherd children

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100th Anniversary of Fatima Apparitions Wallpaper - Candlelight procession with Statue of Our Lady of Fatima being carried with white roses

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Fatima Wallpaper - Arial view of the Candlelight procession

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Fatima Wallpaper. Night photograph of the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary

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Fatima Wallpaper - Photograph of the crying statue of Our Lady of Fatima. "These mysterious tears show Our Lady of Fatima crying over the modern world, as Our Lord once cried over Jerusalem. Tears of most tender affection, tears of deep pain

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Fatima Wallpaper - Statue of the three shepherd children, "My God I believe, I hope, I adore, and I love Thee. I ask pardon for those who do not believe, do not adore, do note hope, and do not love Thee" - The Angel of Portugal

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 Our Lord

Wallpaper - Image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. "In this most sweet Heart of Jesus, is found all virtue, the source of life, perfect consolation, the true light that enlightens every man." - Dominic of Treves

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Wallpaper image a monstrance with the Blessed Sacrament. " Be still and know I am God."

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Wallpaper of the Sacred Heart of Jesus on a red background - " O sacred Heart of Jesus, fountain of eternal life, Your Heart is a glowing furnace of Love. You are my refuge and my sanctuary. - Saint Gertrude

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Holy Trinity wallpaper - For there are three who give testimony in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost. And these three are one. - 1 John: 5:6

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Our Lady

Our Lady of Sorrows with Candles Wallpaper

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Immaculate Heart of Mary on blue background Wallpaper. "I am not only the Queen of Heaven, but also the Mother of Mercy - Our Lady to Saint Faustina

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Seven Sorrows of Mary Wallpaper - "The Seven sorrows of Mary - The Prophecy of Simeon (Luke 2:34-35) or the Circumcision of Christ, The Flight into Egypt (Matthew 2:13) The Loss of the Child Jesus in the Temple (Luke 2:43-45) Mary Meets Jesus on the way to Calvary, Jesus dies on the Cross (John 19:25), Mary Receives the Body of Jesus in Her Arms (Matthew 27:57-59), The Body of Jesus is placed in the Tomb (John 19:40-42)

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Immaculate Heart of Mary with the Child Jesus Wallpaper

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Assumption of Mary Wallpaper "Thou art all fair, O Mary, and stain of Original Sin is not found in Thee." Ecclus. iv. 7

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Our Lady of Lourdes Wallpaper - "I am the Immaculate Conception" - Our Lady of Lourdes, Feast day February 11

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Saints

Saint Joan of Arc wallpaper - "I would rather die than do a thing which I know to be a sin."

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Saint Therese of Lisieux Wallpaper - I will send down a shower of roses from the heavens. I will spend my heaven by doing good on earth."

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 General

Saint Chapelle Wallpaper

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Saint Chapelle Wallpaper  with Our Lady of Fatima on the foreground. "Thank you"

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American Flag on clouds wallpaper with Our Lady of Fatima in the foreground.

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Tomb of the unknown soldier, Arlington wallpaper

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Waterfall with red, white and blue lights wallpaper with Our Lady of Fatima

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Autumn forest wallpaper with Our Lady of Fatima

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Church interior wallpaper

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Church interior wallpaper 2

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Notre Dame Wallpaper (exterior)

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Chair of Saint Peter Wallpaper - "Thou Art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church." Mat. 16:13-18. The Chair of St. Peter the Apostle, feast day February 22nd

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Christmas

Christmas Wallpaper - Christmas tree with gifts under it. "O Christmas tree, how sturdy God hath made thee. Thou bidds't us all place faithfully Our trust in God, unchangingly.

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Christmas Wallpaper - Nativity scene - "O Holy Night"

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 Lent 

Lent Wallpaper - Christ meets His mother on the way of the cross. Purple background

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Lent Wallpaper - Outdoor crucifixion statue with Our Lady, St. John, and Mary Magdalene at the foot of the cross

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 To Download Wallpaper:

IE and Firefox users:

1. Select which wallpaper you wish to download.
2. Click on the size of the wallpaper you would prefer.
3. Then right click on the full image that comes up and select "set as background" as shown below. 

Chrome users: 

1. Select which wallpaper you wish to download.
2. Click on the size of the wallpaper you would prefer.
3. Then right click on the full image that comes up and select "Save image as…”
4. In the pop-up box, give the image any name you want and click “Save.” 
5. Your image will download to a box at the bottom left of your screen. Click that box.
6. Right click the image that pulls up and select “Set as Desktop Background”.
7. If the size of the resulting desktop wallpaper is too large or too small for your screen, repeat the above with a different size until you have your best size.

 

Quote of the day

DAILY QUOTE for December 12, 2019

“Am I not here who am your mother? Are you not under my sh...

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December 12

 

“Am I not here who am your mother?
Are you not under my shadow and protection?
Am I not your fountain of life?
Are you not in the folds of my mantle, in the crossing of my arms?
Is there anything else that you need?”

Our Lady of Guadalupe to St. Juan Diego


Protest & Offer Reparation for this "Christmas" BLASPHEMY

Saint of the day

SAINT OF THE DAY

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Putting an end to the horrific practice of extensive human s...

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Our Lady of Guadalupe

In February of 1519, Hernán Cortéz, a Spanish General, landed in Aztec Mexico with a contingent of armed men. By August of 1521, with the help of native allies, he had conquered the country.

Putting an end to the horrific practice of extensive human sacrifice to satanic idols, he sent for Spanish missionaries to begin the work of evangelizing Mexico. Coming up against the natural obstacles, the work was arduous, and progress slow. The fact that some Spaniards suppressed the natives did not help. As a revolt brewed, the saintly Don Juan de Zumárraga, first bishop of Mexico, appealed to heaven for help.

On December 9, 1531, one of Mexico’s first converts to Christianity, a middle-aged native named Juan Diego, was making his usual way into Mexico City to attend Holy Mass. As he passed a hill called Tepeyac, he heard music, then a sweet voice that called his name, “Juan, Juan Dieguito…”

Following the sound of the voice calling to him, he climbed the hill and came face to face with a beautiful lady in an aura of light who said she was “the ever Virgin, Mother of the true God”. Speaking in Nahuatl, she asked him to convey to the bishop that she wished a church built on the spot where she stood.

Juan Diego obeyed but Don Zumárraga did not believe him. Two more times the lady appeared with the same request, and, finally, the prelate asked for a sign as a proof of the apparition’s authenticity.

On relating the bishop’s request, the Blessed Virgin bid Juan Diego climb to the top of the hill, and to gather the flowers he would find there. Doing so, the good man was amazed at seeing an abundance of Castillian roses, unseasonal in December.

Gathering the blooms in his tilma (a whitish cape), he returned to the lady who re-arranged them with her own hands.

When Juan released the flowers before the bishop and his retinue, a brilliant image of the Blessed Virgin appeared on his tilma before the astonished eyes of all.  On his knees, Bishop Zumárraga contemplated the wonder, also moved at the sight of the Castillian Roses, the sign for which he had secretly asked.

In an apparition where Our Lady healed Juan Diego’s dying uncle, she referred to herself as, “she who crushes the serpent,” in Nahuatl, “Coatlaxopeuh”, interpreted as “Guadalupe”. Though there are other interpretations, the latter seems most plausible as the cult of “Quetzalcoatl”, the “Serpent-god” was prominent in pre-Christian Mexico.

As news of the stupendous miracle spread, so did the Catholic Faith.  As the natives flocked to Juan Diego’s tilma with their sorrows and joys, plaints and petitions, Mary’s silent sweetness, love and purity effectively won over the hearts of the Mexican people.

To them, she was – and is to this day – “their queen”, La Guadalupana.

Not only had the exalted lady appeared to one of them, but she had also adopted their own ruddy semblance, conveying to them that she was queen by wearing the Aztec royal turquoise, yet not divine as her head was bowed. That she was of the faith of the Spaniards they knew by the small black cross at her neck, the same as on Cortéz’ soldiers’ helmets.   So, once more, led by the Mother, all of Mexico came to the Son. In a few years, nine million accepted Baptism.

The sacred tilma is venerated to this day in the shrine built on the site of Tepeyac in Mexico City. The icon has miraculously defied the test of time, as the natural fibers of the cloak normally last twenty years. Not only are image and cloth intact, but other inexplicable facts continue to astonish science.

Weekly Story

WEEKLY STORY

Allow me to live, work, suffer, be consumed and die for Thee...

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Prayer to the Immaculate Conception

Allow me to praise Thee, O most holy Virgin Mary, with my personal commitment and sacrifice.

Allow me to live, work, suffer, be consumed and die for Thee, just for Thee.

Allow me to bring the whole world to Thee.

Allow me to contribute to your ever-greater exaltation, to Thine greatest possible exaltation.

Allow me to give Thee such glory that no one else has ever given up to now.

Allow others to surpass me in zeal for Thine exaltation and me to surpass them, so that by means of such noble rivalry, your glory may increase ever more profoundly, ever more rapidly, ever more intensely as He Who has exalted Thee so indescribably, above all other beings Himself desires.   Amen

By Saint Maximilian Mary Kolbe

 

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