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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

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 December 5, 2019

It is impossible to save one's soul without devotion to Mary...

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December 5

 

It is impossible to save one's soul
without devotion to Mary
and without her protection.

Saint Anselm, Doctor of the Church


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Saint of the day

SAINT OF THE DAY

St. Sabas

His uncle’s wife treated him so harshly that when he was e...

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St. Sabas

Sabas was born in Cappadocia, the son of an army officer, who transferring to Alexandria, took with him his wife and left Sabas with his brother-in-law, who was also left in charge of the estate. His uncle’s wife treated Sabas so harshly that when he was eight he ran away to another uncle, Gregory, his father’s brother. As guardian of the boy, Gregory thought he should also run the estate, and trouble ensued. Upset, Sabas, who was of a quiet disposition, ran away again, this time to a monastery.

At the age of thirty, he obtained leave to live as a hermit five days of the week, and later retired into further solitude in the desert towards Jericho. After four years in the wilderness, hearing of his holiness, disciples began to flock to him, and, eventually, a monastery was established. St. Sabas was ordained a priest in 491 to minister the sacraments to his monks.

After the death of Sabas' father, his mother moved to Palestine and lived under her son’s direction. With the money his mother brought, he built three hospitals and a monastery.

In 511 when the holy abbot was seventy years old, Elias the Patriarch of Jerusalem sent him to Emperor Anastasius who was supporting the Eutychian heresy and persecuting the orthodox bishops.  But Anastasius was obdurate and contrived to have Elias deposed, exiled and replaced. For several years Sabas traveled, preaching and bringing those who had strayed back to the true faith and right living.

In his ninety-first year, he again traveled to Constantinople, this time to iron out trouble that had arisen in connection with a Samaritan revolt. This time he was successful and had the good will of Emperor Justinian who wished to lavish funds on his monastery. Instead, Sabas asked for a remission of taxes in favor of the Palestinians in consideration of what they had suffered on account of the Samaritans.

Back at his monastery, and feeling himself ailing, he appointed his successor and then spent four days in silence preparing to meet his Maker. On the evening of December 5, 532 he departed to Him Whom he had served since his boyhood.

Weekly Story

WEEKLY STORY

One year, there was a famine, and most people were obliged t...

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The Heavenly Baker

In the time when Saint Catherine of Siena walked the streets of her quaint medieval town, she sometimes stayed at the house of a widow-friend, Alessia, to avoid the distractions of her noisy home.

One year, there was a famine, and most people were obliged to buy long stored wheat. The bread made from this wheat had a sour after-taste. But as the new harvest came in, and there was fresh wheat to buy, Alessia remarked to St. Catherine:

“Mother, this old wheat makes sour bread, so as the Lord has had pity on us, I will throw away the little that I still have.”

“You wish to throw away what the Lord has given us for our food?” replied Catherine, “at least give it to those who don’t even have that.”

“O, I feel guilty giving from the old wheat…I’d rather give from the new, fresh batch,” remonstrated Alessia.

Saint Catherine then asked that she give her the flour and some water, for she wished to make bread for the poor of Our Lord.

As Catherine worked, not only did she produce an astounding number of loaves from so little flour, but turned them out so fast that Alessia and her maid couldn’t believe their eyes.

Served at table, everyone was amazed how delicious and sweet these loaves were. “We haven’t tasted better!” they exclaimed. 

Moreover, when taken out to the poor and to the Friars, the bin kept giving without emptying.

Sometime later, on hearing of this miracle, St. Catherine’s confessor, Blessed Raymond of Capua, sensed that there was something “more” to this story, and pressed his spiritual child to tell him all.

So Catherine explained that as she had approached the flour box, she had seen the sweet Lady Mary standing there with several angels and saints graciously offering to help her make the bread.  So Mary Most Holy began to work the dough with Catherine, and by virtue of those immaculate hands not only was the wheat made sweet, but the number of loaves multiplied. 

“The Madonna herself gave me the loaves as she made them,” related Catherine, “and I passed them onto Alessia and her maid.”

“No wonder,” writes Blessed Raymond in his biography of Saint Catherine, “that that bread seemed so sweet , since it was made by the perfect hands of the holy queen, in whose most sacred body, the Trinity made the Bread that came down from heaven to give life to all unbelievers.”

And the same writer asserts that years after in Siena, people still treasured pieces of this blessed bread as relics. 

 

Taken from The Life of Saint Catherine of Siena by Blessed Raymond of Capua - By Andrea F. Phillips

 

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