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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

Prince of Peace Wallpaper Thumbnail

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Advent Candle Wallpaper

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Bethlehem Wallpaper

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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 July 28, 2021

My confidence is placed in God who does not need our help fo...

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July 28

 

My confidence is placed
in God who does not need our help
for accomplishing His designs.
Our single endeavor should be
to give ourselves to the work and to be faithful to Him, and
not to spoil His work by our shortcomings.

St. Isaac Jogues


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Saint of the day

SAINT OF THE DAY

St. Samson of Dol

In Cornwall, he converted a number of idol worshipers by mir...

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St. Samson of Dol

St. Samson is counted among the seven founding saints of Brittany. He was born in Wales, his father being the son of Amon of Demetia and Anne of Gwent, daughter of Meurig, king of Glamorgan and Gwent.

Early in life his education was entrusted to St. Illtud, the abbot of Llandtwit Fawr.

Seeking an even more austere life than this school provided, Samson moved to the island monastery of Caldey where he became a model of virtue. There, he succeeded St. Pyr as abbot.

Later, his father Amon and an uncle joined him in the monastic life. At one point he made a visit to Ireland, and on his return, with his father and uncle retired to a hermittage.

But his peace did not last. He was again made abbot, and was subsequently consecrated bishop by St. Dubricius. After a vision instructing him to travel beyond the sea, he sailed for Cornwall, converting a number of idol worshipers by miraculously restoring a boy who had been thrown by a horse.

He founded a couple of churches, after which he sailed for Brittany possibly visiting the Scilly Islands, one of which is named after him.


In Brittany he traveled extensively preaching and teaching, and working many miracles. A town in Guernsey bears his name. He founded two monasteries, one in Dol and another in Normandy. While visiting Paris he attracted the notice of King Childebert who is said to have appointed him bishop of Dol. Samson died peacefully among his monks in the year 565.

Photo by: Humphrey Bolton

Weekly Story

WEEKLY STORY

In the Secret of the Rosary, St. Louis de Montfort relates t...

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The Rosary and the Possessed Girl

In his book, The Secret of the Rosary, St. Louis de Montfort relates that a Dominican, Father Jean Amat, was once giving a Lenten Mission in the Kingdom of Aragon, Spain, when a young girl, possessed by the devil was brought to him.

Father Amat began the exorcism. After several unsuccessful attempts, the priest had an idea; taking his Rosary, he looped it around the girl’s neck. 

No sooner had he done this, the girl began to squirm and scream and the devil, shouting through her mouth shrieked, “Take if off, take off; these beads are tormenting me!”

At last, moved to pity for the girl, the priest lifted the Rosary beads off her neck.

The next night, while the good Dominican lay in bed, the same devils who possessed the young girl entered his room. Foaming with rage, they tried to seize him, but he had his Rosary clasped in his hand and no efforts from the infernal spirits could wrench the blessed beads from him.

Then, going on the offensive and using the Rosary as a physical weapon, Fr. Amat scourged the demons crying out, “Holy Mary, Our Lady of the Rosary, help me, come to my aid!” at which the demons took flight.

The next day on his way to church, the priest met the poor girl, still possessed. One of the devils within her taunted him, “Well, brother, if you had been without your Rosary, we should have made short work of you…”

With renewed trust and vigor, the priest unlaced his Rosary from his belt, and flinging it around the girl’s neck commanded, “By the sacred names of Jesus and Mary His Holy Mother, and by the power of the holy Rosary, I command you, evil spirits, leave the body of this girl at once.”

The demons were immediately forced to obey him, and the young girl was freed.

“These stories,” concludes St. Louis de Montfort, “show the power of the holy Rosary in overcoming all sorts of temptations from the evil spirits and all sorts of sins because these blessed beads of the Rosary put devils to rout.”

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In the Secret of the Rosary, St. Louis de Montfort relates that a Dominican, Father Jean Amat, was once giving a Lenten Mission in the Kingdom of Aragon, Spain, when a young girl, possessed by the devil was brought to him.

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