IDAHO LAY DOMINICANS
BLESSED MARGARET OF CASTELLO CHAPTER
For prayer for your intentions and for information, please contact:
THE LINK FOR
DISTANCE MEMBERS IS
APRIL 2014 CHAPTER MEETING
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church
1122 W Linden St, Caldwell
10:30 o'clock a.m. -- Morning Prayer & Rosary
Meeting Schedule and Reading: (Curriculum Page)
You are invited:
Northwest Dominican Retreat - "Angels Among Us"
May 23-25, 2014, St. Benedict's Lodge
MacKenzie Bridge, Oregon
REMEMBRANCE PROJECT, HOMEDALE, IDAHO
Inquiring about becoming a Lay member of the Order of Preachers? Click
Interested in attending the Chapter's monthly
Review 2014 meeting schedule. Click
FIRST YEAR FORMATION
On Blessed Margaret of
Castello. Her Novena.
Devotions to St. Dominic [Our Lady
of Grace Monastery (1956)].
The Life of St. Dominic,
by Rev. Pere H.D. LaCordaire.
St. Rose of
For more information:
A fresco by Simone Martini in the Spanish chapel of
Santa Maria Novella in Florence
To see the article, Click
St. Dominic receives the rosary from the Blessed Virgin
according to a vision of St. Catherine of Siena
OF THE HOURS:
The primary Dominican web page
Some Items of Interest from Dominican writers
The Seven Principles Essential to Protestantism by Fr. Bartholomew de la Torre, O.P.
The Three Ways of the Spiritual Life by Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.
Some Items of Interest from Opus Dei
How to Read Holy Scripture
Writings of Saint Josemaria Escriva
A Priest Forever
Loyalty to the Church
Passionately Loving the World
The Supernatural Aim of the Church
Some General Items of Interest
FAITH AND PRIVATE JUDGEMENT by John Henry Newman
The Church from DIVINE INTIMACY by Fr. Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen, O.C.D.
More Catholic links
What is Truth? From Crisis Magazine, True and False Tolerance
Passionate Latins? The passion flower...
Dominicans seen about town...
Spotted all over town, Lucy Kobusingye is one of our inquirers...
Blessed Margaret of Castello materials
Abortion holocaust monument: Cemetery of the innocents
Pope Benedict XV (1914-1922), himself a Dominican Tertiary, said; "Among
the means of holiness most useful and opportune for the defense and progress
of Christian faith and morals in our day, we recognize the Dominican Third
Order as one of the most eminent, easy and secure."
For further information on Lay Dominicans in Idaho, or
for information about becoming a Lay Dominican, please call John Keenan,
OPL at (208) 375-2532 or Mark Gross OPL at (208) 373-0102.
Or, you may contact John by email at
john [at] keenan.org,
or Mark at mgross [at] integrity.com.
To Praise * to Bless * to Preach
ORDER OF ST. DOMINIC,
INC, also known as IDAHO LAY DOMINICANS,
STATE OF IDAHO
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