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Hunho Hunho is offline

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  1. Shin
    Dec 25, '12 8:29 pm
    Shin
    I pray you have a Merry Christmas!
  2. Grace Angel
    Sep 30, '10 9:26 pm
    Grace Angel
    Dear Hunho, please keep me covered in prayer will be going to Rome for a conference this weekend. am delivering a paper and workshop. Keep posting to all our friends.
    GraceAngel (Anne)
  3. Shin
    Oct 7, '09 3:32 pm
    Shin
    'Mary is the heart of the church. This is why all works of charity spring from her. It is well known that the heart has two movements: systole and diastole. Thus Mary is always performing these two movements: absorbing grace from her Most Holy Son, and pouring it forth on sinners.'

    St. Anthony Mary Claret

    www.saintsquotes.net

About Me

  • About Hunho
    Biography
    Male, married, one daughter (33).
    Religion
    Catholic (formerly Methodist)
    Interests
    Ecclectic hoarder of obscure tidbits of knowledge and connections (i.e., scholar)
    I'm here for:
    Faith questions, Faith Building
  • Signature
    "Man is created to praise, reverence, and serve God our Lord, and by this means to save his soul."
    Saint Ignatius of Loyola

    "A religion without mystics is a philosophy."
    Pope Francis

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  • Last Activity: Jul 21, '14 8:57 am
  • Join Date: Mar 19, '05
  • Referrals: 0

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