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Offline Nandarani

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St. Joseph, and a special community in Massachusetts
« on: September 29, 2018, 07:18:30 PM »
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  • Here is a way of praying his Chaplet that is full. and promising to be satisfying. 

    Here is an unexpected heretofore unknown to me thriving traditional Catholic community, with quite a history from its inception through its development... of following 'not my will but Thine' - described in detail using writing that is engaging.... in a surprising place, Lawrence, Massachusetts, found when searching for a way to connect with St. Joseph. 

    There is a thriving Third Order Dominican association, too.  My opinion is based on a little research, that this is the only traditional Third Order group that has really stepped up to the plate and called a spade a spade, to mix metaphors.  I guess it is appropriate that such a group be Dominican, and have a website full of detailed explanations for all concerned about the state of the real Roman Catholic Church.

    St. Joseph:

    I called and the chaplet will be on its way for a donation which I can send after I see it.  I think it will be a fruitful chaplet.


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