Friday, September 01, 2006


2006 Catholic Website Award for Resources

Welcome to our blog, Faith of the Fathers. This is a multiblog site, as each of our topics as you see listed to the right on the “Links” sections, has it's own unique blog page. You may click on any topic to read the articles written there. The topics are on Apologetics, Our Lady, Saints of the Faith, Prayer Requests, and more. The Church Under Attack category is a collection of articles of our opinions on a variety of subjects. The Saint Quote of the Day, is a collection of different quotes from the various Saints of the Church. New effective September 5, 2005, we have permission from Vatican Information Services to include their news releases on our blog. This will be on the Pope Benedict XVI page. This Holy See Press Office bulletin covers a synthesis of the Holy Father speeches and activities, Holy See Press Office press releases, activities of the Curia Romana, audiences, etc.

We have written articles based on our own readings and experiences in the Roman Catholic Faith, and have written them in a conversational format. Although the articles are far from scholarly, we hope that they will put an edge on the readers appetite for knowledge, and encourage both Catholic and non-Catholic visitors to investigate more fully on their own, and give all a better understanding of Roman Catholicism, the Faith of the Fathers.

We hope you enjoy our blog, and are informed from your visit with us, and will come back again!

Sunday, August 20, 2006

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Saturday, April 01, 2006

Faith of the Fathers

The prayer below, by Father John A. Hardon, best represents what we hope to accomplish, and what we hope to be in our mission on our journey of Faith through this blog.


Teach me, my Lord, to be kind and gentle in all the events of life, in disappointments, in the thoughtlessness of others, in the insincerity of those I trusted, in the unfaithfulness of those on whom I relied.

Let me put myself aside, to think of the happiness of others, to hide my pains and heartaches, so that I may be the only one to suffer from them.

Teach me to profit by the suffering that comes across my path. Let me so use it that it may mellow me, not harden or embitter me; that it may make me patient, not irritable; that it may make me broad in my forgiveness, not narrow, proud and overbearing.

May no one be less good for having come within my influence. No one less pure, less true, less kind, less noble for having been a fellow traveler in our journey toward eternal life.

As I go my rounds from one task to another, let me say, from time to time, a word of love to You.

May my life be lived in the supernatural, full of power for good, and strong in its purpose of sanctity.



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