inritus:

Italy, 1945. Photographed by Toni Frissell.

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outward-signs:

Father (Maj.) Edward J. Waters, a Catholic priest, prays the Mass for sailors and soldiers due to hit the beach at Normandy with the first assault wave. (Army photo)  

 

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by-grace-of-god:

The Word Incarnate - Anthony VanArsDale

maryooh:

Iraqi Christian children gather inside the Church of the Virgin Mary for prayers, amid Iraq crisis, in the town of Bartala, east of the northern city of Mosul.

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“I will praise thee, O Lord my God, with all my heart, and I will glorify thy name for evermore.”

he-shewed-me-a-little-thing:

bonaememoriae:

I chose to go to art school so I know I’m not going to get tons of spiritual support, but I’m feeling pretty isolated in the religion category.

So far, I know 1 Catholic…

Well, of course, I messed up tumblring and I will continue here:
*ahem* Hey hon :)
I don’t have much…

Thanks so much for this! I’m actually starting RCIA at the Cathedral here in Chicago, so I hope to meet people and make friends there. And I’m so glad you said that about older friends! I always feel strange because most of the people I see on a regular basis and really trust with my friendship are anywhere between 8 to 30 years older than me (former teachers, upperclassmen, etc.) But I suppose it’s better to have older friends than to settle for people my age who don’t do me much good. (That makes me sound either incredibly arrogant or super anti-social, I am neither. And I do have friends my age, really good ones!) But if the company I keep is Catholic, or at least supportive and accepting of my faith, then their age doesn’t really matter. Thanks again, God bless! <3

How do/did you guys keep your faith in college/high school?

I chose to go to art school so I know I’m not going to get tons of spiritual support, but I’m feeling pretty isolated in the religion category. 

So far, I know 1 Catholic…