Sunday, June 29, 2008

Feast of St. Peter and Paul..........June 29th

O God,
this day is sacred because of the martyrdom
of your apostles Peter and Paul.
May your Church follow the
teachings of these two saints
in every respect, for from them she received
the faith in the beginning.
Through our Lord.

Latin words mean, "But we preach Christ crucified."


Prayerflowers said...

Dearest Micki,
Thank you so much for this precious picture and the meaning it holds for our church and our hearts. The words for today are perfect.

I am so blessed to have you & Kay's site to go to everyday. I love coming here and seeing what Jesus put into your little hearts to share with us.

God bless you and keep you Sweet friend is coming this morning to pick me up for mass. This will be my second attempt.

I will think of Sts Peter & Paul and how they gave their lives...I can certainly offer my pain.
Love and hugs (sending my guardian angel over to you for a big hug)
p.s. Everytime I think of her name the nun that raised me comes to my mind...Sister Pauline and used to call her mommy.

StBlog said...

Amen .. I second the praise from prayerflowers ... I continue to visit and love the beautiful images.

liturgy said...

More at

Micki said...

Prayerflowers - It is always a treat to know you stopped by. Isn't it wonderful that we can all lift up our hearts in prayer. I hope these cardscontinue to inspire you. (I tried to hold onto your angel but he had to rush back to you.) :-)

Stblog (J?) - Hello my "old" friend (we are not talking age here). So good to have you pop in again....thank you for your kind words.

Liturgy - Success to you in starting up a new blog.

Anonymous said...

I was here too early on the 29th to see the new card, which is GORGEOUS. May God reward the artist!

As you probably know, after checking the scriptural citatino, the Latin words mean, "But we preach Christ crucified."


Micki said...

John - Once again, I'm sure the other viewers of the blog, join me in being thankful for your translations. Makes the picture more powerful and meaningful.

I wasn't familiar with the word
"citatino" .....only know that it has something to do with the act of quoting, according to my dictionary :-)

Anonymous said...

Sorry, Micki. I didn't proofread my previous comment. I transposed two letters, making "citation" into "citatino." John

Micki said...

John - Yes, now that's the word that has something to do with the act of quoting. Thanks :-)