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Saturday Song

Not really a song per se, but a song, two songs really – as part of a video about the Rosary. I really like this video and the other May Feelings video that was part of Monday’s post, called 50 Reasons to Pray the Rosary.

Whatever you pray, just pray. As I read on my friend Ginny Kubitz Moyer’s blog the other day, “Pray as you can,” he once said, “not as you can’t.”  (These words from English abbot John Chapman.)

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2 Responses

  1. I liked this even more than the “50 Reasons.” Thanks, Fran!

  2. Thanks Mau! It is pretty good stuff… I just try to bring it to the people of IC and beyond!!

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