Tuesday, February 17, 2009

*True Light of Jesus..........February 17





The Mother of God, the most pure Virgin
carried the True Light in her arms and brought Him
to those who lay in darkness.

We too should carry a light for all to see
and reflect the radiance of the True Light
as we hasten to meet Him.

St. Sophronius

6 comments:

Meldelen said...

This holycard is a reproduction of the "Virgin of the Veil" of Italian painter Carlo Dolci.

See the colourful version: http://www.stjathenaeum.org/gallery_images/madonna_child.jpg

Fábio Graa said...

Hello. I'm Fabio from Brazil. Forgive any mistake of grammar at this message.

Here, we have the custom of giving a premium to the our favorites blogs. And I indicated your blog. The premium's name is "Blog de Ouro" that means "Golden Blog".

Please, visit the link
http://anjosdeadoracao.blogspot.com/2009/02/fiquei-muito-feliz-por-ter-o-blog-anjos.html

God bless you.

Anonymous said...

Dearest Micki,
I pray for you everyday!
I check out the holy card of the day first thing when I get to work! I just love reading the posts, too. It is like the way the world should be! Honoring and loving friends through the holy spirit. It is like a warm fuzzie everyday!:) I am in the process of conversion to the Church, so I am very excited and optimistic anyway and this is just another beautiful blessing.
Again, thanks as always for your generosity and dedication to this ministry!
Hugs to you from across the net!
:) Ally

Micki said...

Meldelen -Thank you for letting us allknow who the artist is. I'll go check the colored picture too.

FAbio - I haven't checked your blog yet but you can be sure I will. Thank you.


Ally - Your words are like hot chocolate to my stomach...so warm and filling.
I will pray for your entrance into the church....will it be this Holy Saturday 2009? I'm blessed to know you through the internet. God Bless.

Irene said...

Ally --

Welcome Home!

Anonymous said...

Meldelen, your URL (Internet address) was truncated, but I was able to find the painting at www.stjathenaeum.org. Here is a link to it.

Welcome, Fabio. Thank you for honoring Micki, who deserves it!

God bless you, Ally.
John